UCL Department of Civil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering


Civil Engineering MSc Offer Holders Webinar, 3/4/20

03 April 2020, 1:00 pm–2:00 pm

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Join programme director Dr Susana Lopez-Querol in this special offer holders webinar, to discuss UCL's Civil Engineering MScs. The various routes aim to equip students with the analysis and design skills professional civil engineers need, plus give a solid academic background for chartered engineership. UCL is ranked 8th in the QS World University Rankings 2020, and in the Top 50 worldwide for civil and structural engineering (QS Subject Rankings 2020).

This event is free.

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UCL Civil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering


Webinar Chatroom
Chadwick Building
Gower Street
United Kingdom

Offer holders can find out more about our Civil Engineering MSc routes with programme director Dr Susana Lopez-Querol, in this hour-long webinar. After a short presentation about the programme, you will get the chance to ask about module content, accreditation, research and career possibilities, and more. Join us at 1pm London time on Friday 3 April 2020. Log in to the webinar on the day from your phone, laptop or tablet; just remember to have your questions ready! 

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About the Speakers

Dr Susana Lopez-Querol

Associate Professor in Geotechnical Engineering and Civil Engineering MScs programme director at UCL

Susana Lopez-Querol
Dr Lopez-Querol completed her Civil Engineering MEng at the Technical University of Madrid, and her PhD in Geotechnical Engineering at the University of Castilla - La Mancha, in 2006. She was a postdoctoral researcher at Imperial College London and CEDEX, Spain. Her research interests are within geotechnical earthquake engineering, specifically the constitutive behaviour of sandy material under cyclic loading, from both experimental and numerical points of view, as well as on the effect of dynamic loadings on the foundation of offshore structures and ground improvement techniques.
Dr. Lopez-Querol is author/co-author of more than 50 international peer reviewed publications. She has supervised 5 PhD students to completion and is currently supervising 5 more. She has led c.10 research projects funded by public institutions and industry, and is a reviewer in many international journals, a member of several editorial boards, and a reviewer of research proposals for international organisations such as such as Research Grants Council (RGC) and Ministerio della Università a della Ricerca, Italy and UKNC for UNESCO.  More about Dr Susana Lopez-Querol

Nabil Berjaoui Tahmaz

Civil Engineering with Integrated Design MSc student at UCL

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Hello, my name is Nabil Berjaoui Tahmaz. I am a Civil Engineering Graduate from the American University of Beirut (AUB). I’m currently pursuing an MSc in Civil Engineering with Integrated Design. I’m 22 years old; I started my Masters here at UCL as soon as I finished my undergraduate studies at AUB. In terms of work experience, I have 3 months’ worth of construction knowledge and 1-month worth of Structural Design, both in Qatar and Lebanon. My passion is construction and field work; I have an ambition to revolutionize the industry by integrating ideal managerial and technological methods into my field of work. I came to do a Master's in Civil Engineering at UCL to improve my technical knowledge, especially in Structures and Geotechnics, to be able to play the role of an ‘ideal’ engineer who is familiar with both the managerial and the technical aspects of construction. In my free time, I go out with my friends or watch movies and documentaries.