Dr Konstantinos Tsavdaridis receives ICE fellowship
In recognition for his outstanding contributions to Civil Engineering, Dr Tsavdaridis has been elected to fellowship by the Institution of Civil Engineers, and has received Chartered Engineer status.
Dr Tsavdaridis, Associate Professor of Structural Engineering, School of Civil Engineering, was admitted to the class of Fellow and approval for registration as a Chartered Engineer (CEng) in July 2017.
He will attend a Certificate Presentation Ceremony held by the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) in December 2017 as a Chartered Fellow of the institution.
Dr Tsavdaridis is internationally known through large-scale experiments in the field of structural engineering, particularly for his work on perforated steel beams; he is holding a few international patents.
Through laboratory research, Dr Tsavdaridis is actively involved in the development and transfer into the market of new technologies in structural products that embrace resilience and sustainability.
He has also published some 90 scientific articles, journal publications, technical reports and international conference papers.
For more information about the 2017 Certificate Presentation Ceremony, visit the ICE website.