Hans Henning Stutz

Dr.-Ing. Hans Henning Stutz is an academic researcher at the Christian-Albrechts-University of Kiel at the Institute for Geosciences in the field of geotechnics and geomechanics. His research interests are in the field of offshore geotechnics and innovative methods in experimental soil mechanics.

Contact: Henning dot Stutz at ifg dot uni-kiel dot de  / twitter (@HansHenning_St)

Glen Burton

Glen is an early career researcher (PhD awarded march 2016) focused on experimental geomechanics. In 2013, Glen received the competitive Prime Minister’s Australia Asia Endeavour Award – Outgoing Postgraduate and completed 11 months study at the Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan.  As part of his PhD research, Glen developed a novel technique for directly controlling the degree of saturation during laboratory testing – an aspect which had previously been discounted in the literature. Glen’s industrial experience encompasses a wide range of geotechnical engineering practice including: site investigation and assessment, slope stability assessment and earth retention design, foundation engineering (shallow and deep), pavement investigation and design, earth dam investigation and design, tailings dam capping design for closure.

Contact Glen dot Burton at uon dot edu dot au