PhD Research Student
Department of Engineering
Cambridge CB2 1PZ
Ouge completed her undergraduate studies at University of Manitoba, Canada in 2009 with a BSc in Civil Engineering. Upon graduation, she spent over a year working in KGS Group Consulting Engineers and Project Mangers as a Geotechnical Engineer, where she had the opportunity to work on diverse projects:
- Pointe du Bois Generating Station Spillway Replacement Project
- Red River Floodway Expansion Project
- Duff Roblin Provincial Park embankment and foundation design
- Assiniboine Park Redevelopment Project
- Winnipeg Folk Festival Site Redevelopment
She joint the Geotechnical Research Group at Cambridge University Engineering Department in October 2010 as a research student. She is supervised by Dr Abir Al-Tabbaa. She is a member of Wolfson College.
Departments and Institutes
Data mining, mapping and modelling of the performance of cement-stabilized soils
- Collection of data from a number of research-based projects worldwide involving both UCS and triaxial compression tests, performed on the same laboratory-prepared cement-treated soils
- Construction of cement-soil stabilization database
- Develop comparisons and correlations between UCS and triaxial compressive strength
- Investigate independencies between variables, as well as effects of variables on strength correlations
- Development of predictive models of cement-stabilized soils using Artificial Neural Networks (ANNs)
Other Professional Activities
Member of Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Manitoba, Canada
Wang, O. and Al-Tabbaa, A. 2012, Laboratory Measured Strength Correlations of Cement-Stabilized Soils for Design Optimization, Proceedings of the 65th Canadian Geotechnical Conference - GeoManitoba 2012, Winnipeg, Canada, Paper 127.
Khan, M. M. R., Chen, Y., Wang, O. And J. Raghavan. (2009) Fineness of Hemp (Cannabis Sativ L.) Fiber Bundle after Post-Decortication Processing Using a Planetary Ball Mill. Applied Engineering in Agriculture 25(6): 827-834.
Wang, O. (2009) Shear Strength Characteristics of Geosynthetic Clay Liners. BSc. Thesis. University of Manitoba.