Find below an overview of past and present PhD projects in the section of Civil and Architectural Engineering. The section is currently expanding and if you are interested in pursuing a PhD with us, please keep an eye on the open positions. And contact us if you wish to discuss a research proposal, as we may be able to advise on possible routes to funding.
Current PhD Projects
Timber Construction 4.0. A cyber-physical approach for advanced wood architecture
PhD by Anja Kunic, supervised by Roberto Naboni.
Circular transition of social housing: Generating environmental, economic and social co-benefits by design
PhD by Vibeke Grupe Larsen, supervised by Nicola Tollin (SDU), Morten Birkved (SDU), Peter Andreas Sattrup (DANSKEARK) and Tine Holmboe (DANSKEARK).
Capacity Building for Operationalising Urban Resilience Transition
PhD by Katarzyna Wieszczeczynska, supervised by Nicola Tollin (SDU) and Mathias Spaliviero (UH-Habitat).
From low carbon buildings to sustainable cities: Sustainability transitions in the built environment towards the un agenda
PhD by Guillermo Penagos, supervised by Jordi Morató (CATUNESCO) and Nicola Tollin (SDU).
Integration of the relationship between human health and climate change in the framework of urban resilience
PhD by Vanessa Agudelo Valderrama, supervised by Jordi Morató (CATUNESCO) and Nicola TOLLIN (SDU).
Shear Behaviour of Reinforced Concrete Beams Without and With Small Amounts of Shear Reinforcement
PhD by Frederik Autrup, supervised by Henrik Brøner Jørgensen.
Advancing Concrete Construction Through Additive Manufacturing Technologies
PhD by Luca Breseghello, supervised by Roberto Naboni.
Probabilistic Assessment of Slender Hydraulic Structures Loaded by Waves and Hydro-Static Loads
PhD by Nadieh Meinen, supervised by Bas Jonkman (TU Delft) and Raphael Steenbergen (TNO).
Completed PhD Projects
Infuence of Alkali-Silica Reaction on the Shear Capacity of Reinforced Concrete Slabs Without Shear Reinforcement
PhD by Søren Gustenhoff Hansen.
Bridge aeroelasticity and the non-flutter design principle for long span bridges
PhD by Michael Styrk Andersen.