The International Symposium on Advanced Materials Application is a prestigious international conference to promote current groundbreaking research findings in the field of materials science and engineering.
Participating student Joe Allison recounts how the team from Leeds Beckett performed - despite the winter storms causing a few problems along the way.
Sketch books of three students were chosen as being exemplary in their year group. The winning Civil Engineering students were invited to Curtins Leeds office for a working breakfast and be presented with their prizes.
It is always nice to see alumni returning back to the university to help educate and inform our currently masters students.
With the right mindset and desire to progress, an apprenticeship will enable you to springboard both your academic studies and your working life, providing a solid foundation for the rest of your career. Hear from Oliver Gibbs about his experience as an apprentice on the BSc (Hons) Civil Engineering - Design Engineer course.
School of Built Environment, Engineering and Computing partnership with YORhub goes from strength to strength
School of Built Environment, Engineering and Computing's digital knowledge transfer network, thinkBIM, works with YORhub to assist students with final year dissertations.
In June, a team of Leeds Beckett University students won the Engineering for People Design Challenge Grand Prize for their concept of building a women’s’ community hub in Tamil Nadu, India, using locally sourced natural and affordable materials.
There is growing concern in the UK regarding climate change and the effects that increasingly unpredictable and extreme weather is having on the places we live and work. The latest Constructing Excellence Yorkshire and Humber seminar explored the role construction has in combating this and featured presentations on a flood protection scheme in York and a coastal defence scheme in Runswick Bay, Scarborough. The School's Head of Subject for Construction, Surveying and Project Management, Mark Wilson, chaired the event and has written his thoughts below.
Leeds Beckett first-year Civil Engineering Degree Apprenticeship student, Jacob Lindley, has won Taylor Woodrow's Our Values award for delivering his own Health & Safety sessions to colleagues every day for a week.
The annual competition is organised by Engineers Without Borders UK, a charity dedicated to inspiring the engineering community to serve all people and our planet better than ever before.