Tony Jefferson

Tony Jefferson

Professor

School of Engineering

Email:
jeffersonad@cardiff.ac.uk
Telephone:
+44 (0)29 2087 5697
Location:
S/1.10

CAREER 10 years with Sir Alexander Gibb and Partners as a civil engineer and numerical analyst

22 years Lecturer/Senior Lecturer/Reader/Chair:  Cardiff School of Engineering.

Academic position sponsored by the finite element company LUSAS from 2008

RESEARCH INTERESTS Numerical modelling of quasi-brittle materials Application of micro-mechanical solutions to the numerical analysis of cementitious materials Coupled thermo-hygro-mechanical solutions for concrete The development and analysis of self-healing cementitious materials

Teaching discipline:  Architectural, Civil & Environmental Engineering

Theme: Mechanics, Materials and Advanced Manufacturing

Group: Materials for Life

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Contracts

TitlePeopleSponsorValueDuration
Integrity assessment of large concrete dams (IALAD)Dr AD JeffersonCommission of European Communities 3681601/05/2002 - 01/05/2005
Shape Memory Chords in Cementitious Composite MaterialDr AD Jefferson, Dr R LarkRoyal Society2953101/03/2007 - 28/02/2008
To develop and market a state-of-the-art software module for non-linear earthquake analysis of civil engineering structuresJefferson AKTP and Finite Element Analysis Ltd1689401/12/2014 - 26/03/2015
To develop and market new state-of -the-art facilities in the finite element program LUSAS for soil-structure interaction problemsJefferson A, Cleall PJTSB and FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS26936801/07/2013 - 30/06/2016
KTP: A coupled Thermo-Hygro-Mechanical finite element model for concrete structuresJefferson A, Gardner DMOMENTA with Finite Element Analysis Ltd26964425/03/2010 - 24/03/2013
Embedded contact surfaces in constitutive models for cementitious composite materialsJefferson ADEngineering and Physical Sciences Research Council 9315701/04/2003 - 31/03/2005
Support for Lusas reader in computational modelling of quasi-brittle materialsJefferson ADLUSAS1500001/07/2009 - 01/07/2010
Finite element simulation of concrete heat hydrationJefferson ADRoyal Academy of Engineering1492205/01/2009 - 05/07/2009
Support for Lusas reader in computational modelling of quasi-brittle materialsJefferson ADLUSAS6000001/07/2008 - 30/06/2011
Finite element modelling of structures under earthquake loadingJefferson AD, Lark RJLUSAS-Cardiff KTP20722801/12/2011 - 01/12/2014
Retrofitting and rehabilitation of reinforced concrete beams using ultra high performance concrete and basalt reinforced concrete overlayKarihaloo B, Jefferson A, Kulasegaram SBritish Council3297301/03/2014 - 29/02/2016
Materials for life (M4L): Biomimetic multi-scale damage immunity for construction materialsLark R, Gardner D, Jefferson A, Harbottle MEPSRC167202501/04/2013 - 31/03/2016
Low carbon composites for the construction industryLark R, Jefferson AD, Gardner DAlun Griffiths Contractors3300001/10/2010 - 30/09/2013
Shape memory polymer,cementitious matrix material systemLark RJ, Jefferson ADInstitute of Civil Engineers1200015/04/2009 - 15/06/2009
Shape memory polymer,cementitious matrix material systemLark RJ, Jefferson ADInstitute of Civil Engineers1293115/06/2009 - 15/06/2010
Virtual design for microfluidic encapsulation processBarrow D, Jefferson A, Kerfriden P, Phillips T (MATHS)Ser Cymru NRN Swansea AEM15000001/01/2015 - 30/06/2018

Supervised Students

TitleStudentStatusDegree
Coupled Thermo-Hydro-Chemical Modelling of Self healing Processes In Cementitious MaterialsCHITEZ AdriannaGraduatePhD
An Investigation into Flow Properties of Self-Healing Agents In Damaged Zones of Cementitious MaterialsHOFFMAN AndreaGraduateMPhil
Self-healing Cementitious MaterialsISAACS BenGraduatePhD
FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS OF SOIL-STRUCTURE INTERACTION.FREEMAN Brubeck LeeCurrentPhD
Experimental and Numerical Study of the Fracture and Self-healing of Cementitious MaterialsJOSEPH ChristopherGraduatePhD
Numerical Investigation into Moisture Transportation in Cementitious Materials for Self-HealingMA ChuansanCurrentPhD
Energy-minimizing multi-crack growth inlinear elastic fracture using the extended finite element method with application to Smart-Cut silicon wafer splittingSUTULA DanasThesis SubmittedPhD
PRECONDITIONED PARALLEL ITERATIVE SOLUTION METHODS FOR COUPLES FINITE ELEMENTS ANALYSESOWEN David HuwGraduatePhD
A MULTI SURFACE PLASTICITY MODEL FOR THE SIMULATION OF FRACTURE IN PARTIALLY SATURATED SOILBAXTER GeoffreyGraduatePhD
Bond And Cracking Of Reinforced ConcreteCHAN Hang Chi SimonGraduatePhD
Micromechanical Constitutive Models For Cementitious Composite MaterialsMIHAI Iulia CarmenGraduatePhD
TRANSIENT AND DYNAMIC THERMO/HYDRAULIC/ MECHANICAL BEHAVIOUR OF PARTIALLY SATURATED SOILWANG JingranGraduatePhD
Finite Element Modelling of Concrete at Elevated TemperaturesCOTTON John ChristianGraduatePhD
Serviceability Assessments of Masonry Arch BridgesWU LufangGraduatePhD
INTERGRAL WIDENING OF REINFORCED CONCRETE UNDER BRIDGESHOSSEINI MahmoodGraduatePhD
Retrofitting Of Reinforced Concrete Beams With CARDIFRC In Hot ClimateEWAZE MohamedGraduateMPhil/PhD
CAPILLARY FLOW OF AUTOGENIC AND AUTONOMIC HEALING AGENTS IN DISCRETE CRACKS IN CEMENTITIOUS MATERIALS.JAYAPRAKASH MonicaCurrentPhD
HIGH STRENGTH REINFORCED CONCRETE BEAMS UNDER SHEARMILLS Nicholas RoyGraduatePhD
ADAPTIVE MULTISCALE SIMULATION OF DAMAGE IN COMPOSITE STRUCTURES.BONILLA VILLALBA PedroCurrentPhD
LOW CARBON COMPOSITES FOR THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRYDAVIES Robert ElfedGraduatePhD
Numerical simulation of Cracking using Embedded Surfaces in a Three Dimensional Constitutive Model for ConcreteHEE Siew ChangGraduatePhD
A Novel Self-Healing memory Polymer-Cementitious SystemDUNN SimonGraduatePhD
SOIL STRUCTURE INTERACTIONBOWER Thomas AshleyCurrentPhD
Investigation of a Novel Self-Healing Cementitious Comp[osite Material SystemHAZELWOOD TobiasGraduatePhD
Nonlinear Finite Element Analysis of Quasi-Brittle MaterialsALNAAS Waled Farj JummaThesis SubmittedPhD