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2007 Dr Faye Karababa

Local Seismic Construction Practices As A Means To Vulnerability Reduction And Sustainable Development: A Case-Study In Lefkada Island, Greece

Faye graduated from the MPhil in Engineering for Sustainable Development in its first year (2002-3) and remained in the Centre to complete a PhD. Her work investigated the structural and social vulnerability of domestic properties in communities in Lefkada, an earthquake prone region of Greece. The overall aim of the work was to reduce vulnerability as a contribution to sustainable development.

Faye has since moved to Switzerland and works in the insurance industry

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Doctoral Researcher Attends Royal Academy of Engineering Workshop

Jul 24, 2019

From the 28th – 31st May, FIBE doctoral researcher Francesca O'Hanlon attended the Royal Academy of Engineering’s Frontiers of Engineering for Development symposium. The theme of the symposium was ‘WASHing Away Inequalities’.

ESD supports ISA Lab workshop in Valencia

Jul 24, 2019

Dr Dai Morgan supported the 3rd ISA Lab workshop, hosted by Universitat Politècnica de València

Dr Tim Forman shares insights with industry in practitioner forums

Jul 05, 2019

Dr Tim Forman has been sharing insights on sustainability in the built environment in practitioner forums.

Staff appointments 2019 - Madeline Woodruff, Tim Forman

Jul 05, 2019

New appointments join the Centre for Sustainable Development in 2019

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