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Presentations from our international technical colloquium.

Impact of research funded by Lloyd’s Register Foundation into enhancing the safety of critical infrastructure important to society

Date of event: 3-5 September 2014
This successful international event provided a forum for sharing technical knowledge amongst our research centres, a platform for a selection of our researchers to disseminate information, communicating the quality and impact of your work on society, and a means to engage younger researchers. 

Listed below are the presentations at the event with links to short videos of each presenter and their presentation files. To access the presentations click on the tab 'Resources'.

Research funding priority 1: Structural integrity

Residual and internal stresses in materials, and their implications for safety-critical components and structures
Professor Mike Fitzpatrick, Coventry University, UK

Impact of the Foundation’s funding on the Korean shipbuilding community and suggestion for international collaboration
Professor Yonghwan Kim, Seoul National University

Marine operations and structural integrity of offshore structures
Professor Yoo Sang Choo, National University of Singapore

Modelling railway track asset management
Dr Darren Prescott, University of Nottingham, UK

Research funding priority 2: Human and social factors

A broader understanding of health and safety
Professor Helen Sampson, Cardiff University, UK

Safety management in offshore helicopter operation: the impacts of a framework for enhanced experience feedback
Dr Felipe Augusto Coutinho Nascimento, Imperial College London, UK

Enhancing the safety of critical operations: the experience of the Transport Risk Management Centre
Dr Arnab Majumdar, Imperial College, London, UK

Delivering the Foundation’s mission: Human factors research in consultancy
Doug Owen, Principal Consultant, Lloyd’s Register Consulting, UK

Research funding priority 3: Resilience engineering

Delivering safety and reliability benefits using structural health monitoring
Dr Piotr Omenzetter, University of Aberdeen, UK

Arctic operation challenges and related research
Professor Pentti Kujala, Aalto University, Finland

Enhancing the safety of nuclear decommissioning and engineering
Professor Colin Boxall, Lancaster University, UK

Strong foundations: contributions to improving the safety of offshore oil and gas platforms
Professor Mark Cassidy, University of Western Australia

Five-minute talks by early-career researchers

Safety conditions against explosive atmospheres risk in the water industry
Nieves Fernández-Áñez, Technical University of Madrid, Spain

Asset management of railway signalling systems
Raphaёlle Barbier Saint Hilaire, University of Nottingham, UK

Shale gas water demand: calculation, contextualisation and communication
Jenna Brown, University of the West of England, UK 
As Jenna was unable to attend on the day her presentation was given by Dr Enda Hayes. You can see Jenna's presentation slides by following this link Colloquium Jenna Brown presentation   

Social benefits, technological challenges and mechanical problems of offshore platforms in deep water
Baoyu Ni, Harbin Engineering University, China

Designing for the improved stability of subsea pipelines through self-burial on sandy seabeds
Scott Draper, University of Western Australia

Vibration-based damage detection in wind turbine blades
Simon Hoell, University of Aberdeen, UK

Finite element simulation of guided waves in pipelines for third party attacks
Salisu El-Hussein, University of Aberdeen, UK

Probabilistic framework for ship collosion damage models
Abayomi Obisesan, University of Aberdeen, UK

Research funding priority 4: Emerging technologies

Big Data: data-centric engineering
Professor Richard Stobart, Caterpillar Innovation and Research Centre, UK

Dr Gareth Evans, Health & Safety Laboratory, UK

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