This online course features 200 sample questions that test knowledge of key engineering fundamentals: the best possible preparation when preparing to sit the Certificate in Structural Behaviour exam.
This hugely popular series provides unique technical guidance for undergraduates, forming the foundation of any personal reference library.
These texts cover the core principles of structural design, analysis and mechanics. An invaluable resource for engineering students around the world.
The annual conference is an opportunity to network with other engineering educators in universities, discover and debate advances in teaching methodology, receive updates on the policy landscape and connect with leading industry recruiters.
This form provides a quick and easy way for you to sign up your students to Student Membership of the Institution. Joining is free, and gives your students access to great free resources.
A collection of high quality learning materials including virtual materials lab, simulators, games and more.
The UCL Drawing Gym is an exercise programme to help engineers improve their sketching and visualisation skills.
An online series covering soil mechanics, concrete, reinforced concrete and prestressed concrete from Think Up.
Information and resources to further enhance the understanding of structural concepts.
A collection of publications including The Arup Journal, The Design Book as well as research reports, magazines and other publications.
A collection of webinars from Cundall on research, initiatives and design considerations aimed at creating a more sustainable world.
The Concrete Centre provides material, design and construction guidance.
The free encyclopedia for UK steel construction information.
Alireza Behnejad developed the Design, Assemble and Dismantle (DAD) Project to give students hands-on experience of working with a physical model, helping them develop skills in design, team work, communication, and problem solving.
Six previous winners of awards at the Young Researchers Conference update us on their careers and give their thoughts on the future of research and structural engineering.