ICE Publishing Awards 2011
Each year, ICE Publishing acknowledges the best work published in our journals at the ICE Awards ceremony, held at One Great George Street in London.
We award authors from both industry and academia who have produced work judged by their peers to be of exceptional quality and benefit to the civil engineering community.
Each paper is free to view on ICE Virtual Library as part of our commitment to furthering knowledge and best practice in civil engineering.
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Top three papers across all journals in 2010:
The safety of masonry buttresses, by Santiago Huerta, February, Engineering History and Heritage Award: Telford Medal
Burj Khalifa – a new high for high-performance concrete, by James Aldred, Civil Engineering, May, Award: George Stephenson Medal
UK microgeneration. Part II : technology overviews, by Iain Staffell, Philip Baker, John P. Barton, Noam Bergman, Richard Blanchard, Nigel P. Brandon, Daniel J. L. Brett, Adam Hawkes, David Infield, Christian N. Jardine, Nick Kelly, Matthew Leach, Mardit Matian, Andrew D. Peacock, Sohasini Sudtharalingam and Bridget Woodman, Energy, November, Award: Baker Medal
Design and construction of the Fabian Way bridge superstructure, by Paul A. Sanders, David K. MacKenzie and Chris J. Walker, May, Award: John Henry Garrood King Medal
Behaviour of very long cable-stayed bridges during erection, by Guido Morgenthal and Yasutsugu Yamasaki, December, Award: Overseas Prize (1)
Burj Khalifa – a new high for high-performance concrete, by James Aldred, May, Award: George Stephenson Medal
Squeezing the heat out of London’s Tube, by Matthew Botelle, Kevin Payne and Bill Redhead, August, Award: Coopers Hill War Memorial Prize
Delivering the Beijing National Aquatics Center, by Chen Wang, Hamzah Abdul-Rahman and Hui Wang, November, Award: Overseas Prize (2)
Fire fighting in high-rise buildings: the role for engineers, by Shane S.-h. Lo, November, Award: Safety in Construction Medal
Durability of light steel framing in residential applications, by R. Mark Lawson, Sunday O. Popo-Ola, Andrew G. Way, Trevor Heatley and Remo Pedreschi, May, Award: Howard Medal
Lerwick district heating scheme Shetland Islands, UK, by Neville Martin and William Spence, August, Award: Watt Medal
UK microgeneration. Part II : technology overviews, by Iain Staffell, Philip Baker, John P. Barton, Noam Bergman, Richard Blanchard, Nigel P. Brandon, Daniel J. L. Brett, Adam Hawkes, David Infield, Christian N. Jardine, Nick Kelly, Matthew Leach, Mardit Matian, Andrew D. Peacock, Sohasini Sudtharalingam and Bridget Woodman, November, Award: Baker Medal
Engineering and Computational Mechanics
Finite-size Lyapunov exponents: a new tool for lake dynamics, by György Károlyi, Margit Pattantyús-Ábrahám, Tamás Krámer, János Józsa and Tamás Tél, December, Award: Telford Premium
Engineering History and Heritage
The safety of masonry buttresses, by Santiago Huerta, February, Award: Telford Medal
Lessons from Western Australia’s goldfields water supply scheme, by Richard G. Hartley, August, Award: Telford Premium
Low-carbon housing design informed by research, by Mark Gillott, Lucélia T. Rodrigues and Catalina Spataru, June, Award: Trevithick Fund
Design and performance of retaining walls, by Howard Roscoe and David Twine, October, Award: Crampton Prize
Track displacement and energy loss in a railway embankment, by M.Hendry, D.A. Hughes and L. Barbour, February, Award: John Mitchell Medal
Deep-penetrating spudcan foundations on layered clays: numerical analysis by M. S. Hossain and M.F. Randolph, March, Award: Offshore
Discrete element simulations of direct shear specimen scale effects by J. Wang and M. Gutierrez, May, Award: Geotechnical Research Medal
Physical modelling of pile penetration in clay using transparent soil and particle image velocimetry by Q. Ni, C.C. Hird and I. Guymer, February, Award: Telford Premium
Response of stiff piles in sand to long-term cyclic loading by C. LeBlanc, G.T. Houlsby and B. W. Byrne, Award: TK Hsieh Prize
Analysis of PV D-enhanced consolidation with soil disturbance, by Prasenjit Basu, Dipanjan Basu and Monica Prezzi, November, Award: Telford Premium
Magazine of Concrete Research
Blending different fineness cements to engineer the properties of cement-based materials by Dale Bentz, May, Award: MCR Prize
Management, Procurement and Law
Increasing ‘local content’ in infrastructure procurement. Parts 1 & 2, by Jill Wells and John Hawkins, May, Award: Parkman Medal
The time evolution of scour around offshore structures, by John M. Harris, Richard J. S. Whitehouse and Tom Benson, March, Award: Halcrow Prize
Road safety community partnership in Queensland, Australia, by Jason Deller, December, Award: James Hill Prize
Structures and Buildings
Modular design for high-rise buildings, by Robert M. Lawson and Jane Richards, June, Award: Palmer Prize
Central London congestion charging: understanding its impacts, by Charles Buckingham, Tony Doherty, David Hawkett and Spyridoula Vitouladiti, May, Award: Rees Jeffreys Award
Urban Design and Planning
Housing and sustainability: demolition or refurbishment?, by Anne Power, December, Award: Reed and Mallik Medal
Waste and Resource Management
Paintcrete leachability in fresh water and marine environments, by Moncef L. Nedhi and Abu Sharim Md Arif, May, Award: Bill Curtin Medal
Remediation of contaminated industrial sites, by James Baylis and Douglas Allenby, August, Award: Telford Premium
Inorganic profiles of chemical phosphorus removal sludge, by Cynthia Carliell-Marquet, Jennifer Smith, Ioannis Oikonomidis and Andrew Wheatley, February, Award: Robert Alfred Carr Prize
Please note that Advances in Cement Research does not currently offer prizes for papers.
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