PhD Research Student
Cambridge CB2 1PZ
Tina completed her undergraduate Civil Engineering degree (FH Diplom) at the University of Applied Sciences in Mainz in Germany in August 2008.
She continued her academic education at the University of Dundee in Scotland. The Masters of Science in Earthquake and Offshore Geotechnical Engineering was supported by the DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service).
In 2010 Tina became part of the Doctoral Training Centre in Photonics Systems Development, which is a new research centre formed by UCL and the University of Cambridge in collaboration with industrial partners. In this framework she completed an MRes in Photonics Systems Development.
For her PhD she then specialised on Brillouin optical fibre monitoring in Geotechnical applications. She is mainly involved in the deformation monitoring of circular shafts that are being constructed for major projects in London (Crossrail and Thames Water). Tina is supervised by Prof. Kenichi Soga and Dr. Mohammed Elshafie.
Departments and Institutes
Monitoring of a secant piled wall using fibre optics sensors
SCHWAMB, T., ELSHAFIE, M., OUYANG, Y., FUENTES, R., JANMONTA, K., SOGA, K., FERREIRA, P. (2011) Monitoring of a secant piled wall using fibre optics sensors. In J. Gattermann (ed.). 8th International Symposium on Field Measurements in GeoMechanics FMGM2011 Berlin, Germany, 12-16th Sept 2011.
Bearing capacity of CHD piles compared to traditional piling techniques in sand
JEFFREY, J., BROWN, M.J., SCHWAMB, T., & BALL, J. (2010) Bearing capacity of CHD piles compared to traditional piling techniques in sand. In S. Springman, J. Laue & L. Seward (eds). 7th Int. Conf. On Physical Modelling in Geotechnics ICPMG’10 Zurich, Switzerland, 28-1st July 2010. CRC Press/Balkema, Leiden, The Netherlands. pp. 781-786. ISBN 978-0-415-59288-8.
Understanding CHD pile performance in granular soils
JEFFREY, J., SCHWAMB, T., BROWN, M.J. & BALL, J. (2010) Understanding CHD pile performance in granular soils. 11th Int. Conf. on Piling and Deep Foundations, London, UK, 26-28th May 2010. EMAP, Peterborough, UK. pp. 130-138.