Marie Curie Individual Fellow
Co-supervised with Prof. Toby Mottram (2nd Supervisor): “Investigation for long-term deformation of high-speed rail embankment”. Natalie is on sabbatical from Arup, funded by an EPSRC Doctoral Research Grant Award. Her research examines the long term effects of cyclic loading on transportation embankments.
Co-supervised with Prof. Gary Bending (2nd Supervisor).
Co-supervised with Professor David Towers (2nd Supervisor).
Co-supervised with Dr. Chaoying Wan (2nd Supervisor).
|Gang Chen (2018-2019): from Zhejiang University, China|
|Sijie Liu (2019-2020): from Zhejiang University, China|
Past Research Assistants/Associates:
Dr Qiu Song (2016-2017): "Internet of Railway Things (IoRT) - Embankment Monitoring for High-Speed Rail"
Miss Grace Roberts (2017): Coventry Shuttle - Track Feasibility Study
Miss Qianyi Wu (2017): Railway noise and vibration reduction
Past PhD students:
Dr Jing Ni, currently is a Lecturer at the University of Shanghai for Science and Technology. Dr Ni graduated in 2012, her PhD thesis was about "Application of geosynthetic vertical drains under cyclic loads in stabilizing tracks". Dr Ni received the topmost award from the International Geosynthetic Institution in 2011, where she competed with many geotechnical PhD students from all over the world, particularly from North America.
Mr Ryan Chase (2017 - 2018): "Rail Block"
Mr Adam Ahmed(2017 - 2018): "Investigation for potential tram routes of Coventry"
Miss Qinyi Wu (2016 - 2017): "User-friendly programme for vertical drains under cyclic loads" (received Project Award)
Miss Chandni Shah (2016 - 2017): "Soil creep effect subject to traffic loads"
Mr Ryan Wright (2015 - 2016): "Chemical activation of blended cements"
Mr Nadir Rutherfoord(2015 - 206): "Large-strain consolidation theory"
Group Project (2018/19): "Intelligent Transport System"