Professor Colin Taylor - UKCRIC Bristol Strategy Lead
Colin is Professor of Earthquake Engineering and the lead investigator for the UKCRIC Bristol project. He is interested in how the performance of complex infrastructures systems subject to natural hazards supports the resilience of citizens and their communities.
Professor George Mylonakis - UKCRIC Bristol SoFSI Science Programme Lead
George is Professor of Geotechnics and Soil-Structure Interaction and is head of the Earthquake and Geotechnical Engineering Research Group. His specialisms include geotechnical earthquake engineering, computational geomechanics, stress wave propagation, limit analysis and dynamic soil-structure interaction.
Dr Theo Tryfonas - UKCRIC Bristol Collaboratory Lead
Theo is Reader in Smart Cities with a background in cybersecurity, systems engineering and software development. His work includes secure and resilient operation of Internet of Things (IoT) applications and how these technologies can be used to deliver a more sustainable future.
Professor Anastasios Sextos - UKCRIC SoFSI Design and Delivery Lead
Anastasios is Reader in Earthquake Engineering. His research contributions are in the areas of seismic design and assessment of bridges, resilience of roadway and lifeline networks to natural hazards, resilience of school communities in developing countries and novel techniques for the preservation of cultural heritage.
Dr Adam Crewe - UKCRIC SoFSI Design and Delivery Lead
Adam is a Reader in Earthquake Engineering. His research interests are to develop a better understanding of how various types of structure respond to earthquake and other types of dynamic loading, in many cases using large scale laboratory tests to validate his theories.
Dr Patrick Tully - UKCRIC Research Project Manager
Patrick is the project manager for UKCRIC activities at the University of Bristol. He has a background in Civil Engineering and Systems Engineering and is using this experience to support both the capital elements of the UKCRIC project and developing ongoing research strategies for both SoFSI and the Bristol Infrastructure Collaboratory.