Liam Butler
Liam Butler joins Lassonde as an assistant professor in the Department of Civil Engineering. Butler earned his PhD from the University of Waterloo for his research work involving recycling of old concrete structures into new concrete, which combined materials, structural experimental testing and statistical analysis. His research interests are centred on the development, investigation and implementation of sustainable and intelligent structures and material systems.
In addition, experiential teaching (and learning) has always been a focal point of his academic career.
Prior to joining the Lassonde School of Engineering, Butler was a research associate working at the Centre for Smart Infrastructure & Construction (CSIC) at the University of Cambridge and a cross-appointed group leader within the Lloyd’s Register Foundation program on data-centric engineering at the Alan Turing Institute.