Professor M Bradford, University of New South Wales, Australia


Mark Bradford is a Scientia Professor at The University of New South Wales in Sydney and is the Director of Research and founding director of its Centre for Infrastructure Engineering and Safety. He is widely known for his work in steel and steel-concrete composite structures and has been supported by a Federation Fellowship and an Australian Laureate Fellowship to conduct research in these fields of structural engineering. Over recent times, he has developed a profile in addressing the fundamental mechanics underpinning structural engineering concepts in green technologies and climate adaptation, such as deconstructable building frames, low-emissions materials in hybrid applications such as steel-timber and steel-precast geopolymer composite members, and the analysis of pavement upheaval and railway lateral buckling under heatwave conditions.

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