Professor Brian Uy is the Foundation Director of the Institute for Infrastructure Engineering. He was previously Head of School of Engineering and the Director of the Civionics Research Centre at the University of Western Sydney from 2007-2011. Brian was Professor of Structural Engineering and Head of the School of Civil, Mining and Environmental Engineering at the University of Wollongong from 2004-2007. He has also held academic and consulting positions at the University of New South Wales, Sydney; Imperial College of Science Technology and Medicine, London; National University of Singapore; Ove Arup and Partners (now ARUP); Wholohan Grill and Partners (now WorleyParsons) and Wargon Chapman and Partners (now Hyder). Brian is currently the Chairman of the Standards Australia Committee BD32 on Composite Structures and a member of the Standards Australia Committee BD01 on Steel Structures, BD02 on Concrete Structures and BD90 on Bridge Structures. He is also the Chairman of the Australia Division of the Institution of Structural Engineers, United Kingdom. Brian is a chartered engineer in Australia, the UK and USA and regularly provides higher level consulting advice for certification and forensic purposes. Brian has been involved in research in steel-concrete composite structures for over 20 years and has published over 500 articles including over 130 journal articles. Much of this research has been underpinned by competitive grant funding from the ARC and industry totalling over $17 million Australian dollars. Brian serves on the editorial boards of ten international journals for structural engineering. He currently serves on the American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC) Task Committee 5 on Composite Construction and the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) – Structural Engineering Institute (SEI), Technical Committee on Composite Construction.
Biography Updated on 21 September 2012