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Abdulhakim Zeybek

PhD Research Student


Biography:

Abdulhakim obtained his BSc in Civil Engineering at Pamukkale University (Turkey) in 2009.He then got the Turkish Education Ministry scholarship to pursue his master and doctoral studies. He joined the Geotechnical Research Group at Imperial College as an MSc student. In his master thesis, he examined the effect of sample size on the water retention curve of unsaturated soils using Imperial College Finite Element Program. In 2013, he joined Geotechnical and Environmental Research Group at Cambridge University as a PhD student and he is afflicted to Clare Hall. He is currently PhD student with a research focus on the liquefaction mitigation technique through air sparging under the supervision of Prof Madabhushi.
Abdulhakim`s specific research interest is the mitigation of sand layers prone to liquefaction using air sparging system. He is examining the effect of entrapped air within the sand medium on the liquefaction resistance by employing a series of shaking table and centrifuge tests.

Termination details:

Abdulhakim obtained his BSc in Civil Engineering at Pamukkale University (Turkey) in 2009.He then got the Turkish Education Ministry scholarship to pursue his master and doctoral studies. He joined the Geotechnical Research Group at Imperial College as an MSc student. In his master thesis, he examined the effect of sample size on the water retention curve of unsaturated soils using Imperial College Finite Element Program. In 2013, he joined Geotechnical and Environmental Research Group at Cambridge University as a PhD student and he is afflicted to Clare Hall. He is currently PhD student with a research focus on the liquefaction mitigation technique through air sparging under the supervision of Prof Madabhushi.
Abdulhakim`s specific research interest is the mitigation of sand layers prone to liquefaction using air sparging system. He is examining the effect of entrapped air within the sand medium on the liquefaction resistance by employing a series of shaking table and centrifuge tests.