Wind Engineering is an exciting discipline which aims to understand the both the positive and negative effects of the wind as it interacts with ‘things’.
Traditionally, these ‘things’ have tended to be narrowly defined in terms of the built environment, but we tend to consider almost anything – buildings, people, crops, debris, vehicles and even the odd cricket ball. In fact, the stranger the better. Rather unusually, we span the whole discipline from numerical modelling and physical modelling through to full-scale.
For more information about who we are and what we do, please see the links at the bottom of the page.
Post-Doctoral Research Fellows
Dr Genora Joseph
Dr Mingzhe He
Dr Francis Robertson
Dr Zhenru Shu
Syeda Anam Hashmi