Professor Guy T. Houlsby
Professor of Civil Engineering
MA, DSc, FREng, FICE
First Class with Distinction, Engineering Tripos, Cambridge University (1975). Engineering consultancy (1975-77). PhD in Soil Mechanics, Cambridge (1981). Junior Research Fellow, Balliol College (1980-83), University Lecturer, Oxford University and Tutorial Fellow, Keble College (1983-91), Professor of Civil Engineering, Oxford University and Fellow of Brasenose College (1991-present).
Civil, geotechnical and offshore engineering. Offshore oil and gas industry. Renewable energy, especially offshore wind power and marine renewables. Theoretical and numerical aspects of soil mechanics.
"Principles of Hyperplasticity" , 2006 (with Prof. A.M. Puzrin)
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www.eng.ox.ac.uk/civil (Civil Engineering Research Group)
www.eng.ox.ac.uk/civil/people/gth (personal page)
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