New paper and conference presentation

Tephra Seismites PhD student Jordanka Chaneva attended two conferences in Sydney earlier this month: the International Young Geotechnical Engineers Conference (7iYGEC), and the 20th International Conference on Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering (ICSMGE). As well as presenting a paper at 7iYGEC, she participated in a victorious debate between ‘Young’ and ‘Experienced’ engineering teams on the future of geotechnical engineering!

Jordanka’s ten-minute presentation recorded for 7iYGEC describes the results of her research testing the geotechnical properties of tephra samples from local lakes. The associated paper, ‘Geotechnical properties of liquefied pumiceous layers in lakes’, is also now available to read

Jordanka (second from left) seated with team members at the 7iYGEC debate.