These students are connected with the Centre, either by working on the Centre’s projects or by being supervised by the Centre’s staff. Their names link through to the University’s repository where you can find project details, publications and contact information.
David Gil-Moreno (properties of Norway spruce, western hemlock, western red cedar and noble fir)
Michael Bather (grading of timber in-situ)
Amaka Onyianta (nanocellulose reinforced biopolymer composites)
Thomas Drewett “The growth and quality of UK-grown Douglas-fir” Edinburgh Napier University 2015
Gregory Searles “Acoustic segregation and structural timber production”, Edinburgh Napier University 2012
Ivor Davies “Moisture conditions in external timber cladding: field trials and their design implications“. PhD thesis, Edinburgh Napier University 2011
Aamir Khokhar “The evaluation of shear properties of timber beams using torsion test method”, Edinburgh Napier University 2011
Timothy Reynolds “Variables affecting the stiffness and distortion of Sitka spruce”, Edinburgh Napier University 2010 (published 2012)
Thomas Reichert “Development of 3D lattice models for predicting non-linear timber joint behaviour” Edinburgh Napier University 2009
Research students who worked within the SIRT network
Steven Adams “The impact of changing climate on tree growth and wood quality of Sitka spruce“. PhD thesis, University of Glasgow 2014.