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Researcher Details
 
Name: Professor R Mair
Organisation: University of Cambridge
Department: Engineering
Current EPSRC-Supported Research Topics:
Building Ops & Management Construction Ops & Management
Energy Efficiency Ground Engineering
Structural Engineering Urban & Land Management

Current EPSRC Support
EP/L016095/1 EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Future Infrastructure and Built Environment(P)
EP/L010917/1 Innovation and Knowledge Centre for Smart Infrastructure and Construction - Collaborative Programme Tranche 2(P)
EP/K018221/1 Tunnelling-induced settlement damage to masonry structures: Centrifuge testing and computational modelling(C)
EP/K000314/1 Innovation and Knowledge Centre for Smart Infrastructure and Construction - Collaborative Programme Tranche 1(P)
EP/I019308/1 Innovation Knowledge Centre for Smart Infrastructure and Construction(P)
Previous EPSRC Support
EP/F034350/1 Energy Efficient Cities(C)
EP/D076870/1 Smart Infrastructure: Wireless sensor network system for condition assessment and monitoring of infrastructure(C)
EP/E003338/1 Micro-Measurement and Monitoring System for Ageing Underground Infrastructures (Underground M3)(C)
EP/D040000/1 Smart Foundations with Distributed Fibre Optics Technology(C)
GR/T18660/01 PLATFORM: New technology & new horizons in geotechnical research & development(C)
GR/S05663/01 The Effects of Tunnelling on Piled Foundations(C)
GR/R98150/01 Insitu Assessment of Contaminant Containment Systems(C)
GR/R08506/01 Soil Conditioning In Tunnelling, Pipejacking & Microtunnelling(P)
GR/N25954/01 THE DESIGN OF FLEXIBLE LININGS FOR THE REHABILITATION OF SEWER PIPES(P)
GR/M88280/01 (JIF) CENTRE FOR GEOTECHNICAL PROCESS AND CONSTRUCTION MODELLING(P)
GR/M96360/01 THE MECHANISMS OF TUNNELLING-INDUCED GROUND MOVEMENTS THEIR PROGRESSIVE EFFECTS BUILDINGS & THEIR MITIGATION(P)
GR/L83820/01 INVESTIGATION OF GROUND LOADING APPLIED TO AN OLD LONDON UNDERGROUND TUNNEL(C)
Key: (P)=Principal Investigator, (C)=Co-Investigator, (R)=Recognised Researcher