Dr Yuner Huang

Lecturer

Email: 

Telephone: 

+44(0)131 6505736

Location: 

3.27 William Rankine

Engineering Discipline: 

  • Civil and Environmental Engineering

Research Institute: 

  • Infrastructure and Environment

Research Theme: 

  • Structural Engineering
Dr Yuner Huang
Dr Yuner Huang

Biography: 

Dr Yuner Huang is a lecturer in Structural Engineering at the School of Engineering, The University of Edinburgh, since July 2015. She obtained BEng (Hons) in Civil Engineering from the University of Hong Kong (2009), and received her PhD in Structural Engineering from the same institute in 2013. She teaches Detailed Design of Structures 3, Thin-Walled Members and Stability 4/5/MSc, Steel Structures 4/MSc and Structrual Engineering Design Project 4/5. 

Yuner specializes in structural engineering. Her research interests focus on material properties, buckling, and fatigue of steel structural components, including sectional properties, columns, beams, beam-columns and connections. She has rich experiences using experimental and computational (finite element) methods in solving research problems. Yuner are also leading/involved in research projects on offshore renewable energy structures, life-cycle analysis and circular economy for built environment, and structural resilience in natural disaster under climate change.

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Academic Qualifications: 

  • 2013, Doctor of Philosophy, Department of Civil Engineering, The University of Hong Kong
  • 2009, Bachelor of Engineering, Department of Civil Engineering, The University of Hong Kong

Teaching: 

  • Detailed Design of Structures 3
  • Thin-wall members and stability 4/5/MSc
  • Steel Structures 4/MSc
  • Structural Engineering Design Project 4/5

Research Interests: 

  • Applications of steel structures in renewable energy
  • Cold-formed steel structures
  • Testing and design of steel structures
  • Thin-walled structures
  • Structural stability
  • Stainless steel structures
  • Fire resistance of metal structures
  • Sustainable construction materials