Associate Professor Ted Donchev (CEng) has been appointed as the new Editorial Panel Chair for Forensic Engineering, succeeding Dr Wei Lee. Ted has over 15 years of structural engineering experience, and over 20 years of experience in research. His current post is at Kingston University, London, where he leads research projects in structural engineering, fire resistance of structural elements, developing of hybrid (steel/FRP) elements and RC elements with hybrid FRP reinforcement, including pre-stressing with FRP rebars. He has published over 100 papers for global conferences and journals in the field of advanced technologies in structural engineering.
Having served on the Forensic Engineering Editorial Panel since 2015, Ted brings considerable journal publishing experience. He also serves as an editorial board member for four other international journals.
On accepting the role Ted indicated his intentions to broaden the scope of the journal, including failure prevention, non-destructive testing, and innovative materials and structures. The planning of themed issues on these subjects has already begun, with more details to be announced later this year.
Forensic Engineering is a peer-reviewed international journal that publishes practice and research papers exploring the studies of constructed facilities and systems that fail to perform as intended, resulting in environmental, property, personal or economic damage. The papers describe their investigation, assessment and remediation, with a focus on forensic method. The journal also addresses the wider systems issues of climate change, commercial and contractual management, dispute resolution, research and education, and their impacts.
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