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Staff engaged in construction technology research

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EE Marco Corradi Staffprofile 255Dr Marco L Corradi
Senior Lecturer in Civil Engineering
MSc, PhD
In 1998 he graduated (MSc) from the University of Perugia. In 1997/99 he worked at ISRIM (Istituto Superiore di Ricerca e Formazione sui materiali speciali per tecnologie avanzate) as a research engineer.... more>>


EE Alirezamaheri Staffprofile 255Dr Alireza Maheri
Programme Leader for MSc Renewable and Sustainable Energy Technologies
I joined Northumbria University in 2009. Prior to that, I was a member of the Aerospace Vehicle Architecture and Design Integration Research and Teaching Group, Department of Aerospace Engineering, University... more>>


EE Adelaja Isreal Osofero Staffprofile 255Dr Adelaja Israel Osofero
Lecturer in Civil Engineering
PhD (DIC), MSc, BSc Dr. Osofero is a Lecturer in Civil Engineering and specializes in the field of behaviour and design of structures and clean energy research. His primary research interests involve experimental testing and... more>>


Ee Alan Richardson255Dr Alan Richardson
Industrial experience – Managing director of Elliott Richardson Ltd. General construction new build, civil engineering, remedial damp and infestation treatments and shopfitting refurbishment 1973 –... more>>


EE Thucvobranch Staffprofile 255Dr Thuc Vo
Lecturer in Civil Engineering
PhD MEng BEng
Dr Vo joined Northumbria University as a lecturer in Civil Engineering in 8/2013 after being with Airbus’ Advanced Composite Training and Development Centre and Glyndŵr University as Lecturer –... more>>


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