Charles Bubb Postgraduate Scholarship
In memory of Charles Bubb, and made available due to the generous donation by Ken MacMillan, the Australian Earthquake Engineering Society has created a Postgraduate Student Scholarship in his name.
The scholarship aims to encourage young engineers, earthquake scientists and seismologists to become members of the AEES, to pursue a career in earthquake engineering and/or earthquake science, and to help contribute to advancing Australian earthquake monitoring and damage assessment.
The scholarship is open to Australian students of earthquake engineering or engineering seismology, to pursue post-graduate studies at approved universities leading to a Masters or PhD level qualification advancing the science and practice of earthquake engineering and engineering seismology. It will be awarded yearly where a suitable candidate exists.
Chosen projects should work towards leaving long-term support for the advancement of earthquake assessment in Australia, such as building monitoring and instrumentation, engineering, geophysical or geological studies or damage and vulnerability assessment.
The Charles Bubb scholarship includes:
- A $10,000 stipend to conduct a 12-15 month research study aligned to their proposed field of study on earthquake-related research
- Registration at the AEES conference for 3 consecutive years and part payment for travel and accommodation associated with attending the conference so that the postgraduate may profit from presenting their ongoing work and building a network within the Australian earthquake community (the candidate should present their study in the form of an AEES conference paper).
- Additional support up to a value of $5,000 for equipment and/or support for travel of a mentor to locations can be applied for to the awards committee.
- The award also includes a certificate that will be presented during the conference.
Postgraduate Scholarship Recipients
2018 Omar El-Hawat (Full Grant)
2019 Yiwei Hu (Full Grant)
2019 Chris Burton (Partial Grant)
2019 Bin Xing (Partial Grant)
Earthquake Engineering Research Scholarships
|2000||Amy Brown||Improvement of hazard analysis in the Strzelecki Ranges, South Gippsland by the identification of active faults|
|2000||Jason Chaytor||Imaging and characterization of the fault responsible for the 1989 Newcastle earthquake|
|2002||Kittipoom Rodsin||Experimental Testing of RC Soft-Storey Columns for Seismic Performance|
|2002||Trevor Allen||Comparative Study of the Australian and New Zealand response spectrum attenuation functions|
|2002||Darren Andrews||A seismic microzonation survey of the greater Hobart area|
|2003||Dominic Dowling||Investigation of appropriate technologies to improve the seismic resistance of mudbrick buildings|
|2003||Huang (Jack) Yao||Moment Resisting Beam-Circular Column Connection with Blind Bolts and Extensions|
|2003||Brzezniak et al||An improved model for regional earthquake risk assessment|
|2007||Jonathan Liang||Seismic Risk Analysis of Perth Metropolitan Area|
|2007||Jaya Kashyap||Seismic Performance of Reinforced Concrete Frames|
|2008||Maxime Claprood||Using Microtremor Survey Method to Characterise Site Effects Across the Tamar Valley, Launceston, Tasmania|
|2009||Hamid Reza Tabatabaiefar||Determining Seismic Behaviour of Mid-Rise Building Frames Under Influence of Dynamic Soil-Structure Interaction|
|2009||Lawrence Anton||Earthquake hazard of Port Moresby|
|2010||Siva Sivanerupan||In-plane seismic performance of point fixed glass façade systems|
Charles Bubb Award
Prior to his passing, the AEES committee decided to honour founder Charles Bubb by striking a medal as an award to individuals who have made a significant contribution to earthquake engineering in Australia. A medal was presented to Charles himself, and was first awarded in 2014. The recipients to date have been:
2014 Kevin McCue
2017 Michael Griffith
2019 Hong Hao