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Qualifications

PhD Geotechnical Engineering, Institute of Technology Sligo. 2012

Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) Civil Engineering, Institute of Technology Sligo 2006
National Diploma in Civil Engineering, Letterkenny Institute of Technology 2004

Experience

1997/1998 Donegal County Council, Ballyshannon, Student Engineer
2003/2004 Joe Sweeney & Sons, Donegal Town, Student Engineer
2004/2005 Britton Tarmac, Student Engineer
2006/2011 Institute of Technology, Sligo, Assistant lecturer

Responsibilities

Course Leader BEng/MEng
Module Leader NG2H107, NG2S109, NG3H107

Publications

Britton, E.J. & Naughton, P.J., 2008. An Experimental Investigation of Arching in Piled Embankments. Proc. of the 4th European Geosynthetics Conference, EuroGeo4, Edinburgh, Scotland.
Britton, E.J. & Naughton, P.J., 2008. The arching mechanism in piled embankments under road and rail infrastructure Proc 1st International Conference on Transportation Geotechnics (ICTG-1), Nottingham, England.
Britton, E.J. & Naughton, P.J., 2008. An Experimental Investigation of Arching in Piled Embankments. Proc. 19th European Young geotechnical engineers conference (19th EYGEC) Gyor, Hungary.
Britton, E.J. & Naughton, P.J., 2009. An Experimental Study to determine the location of the Critical Height in Piled Embankments. Proc. GIGSA GeoAfrica 2009 Conference Cape Town 2 – 5 September 2009.
Britton, E.J. & Naughton, P.J., 2010. An Experimental Study to determine the location of the critical height in piled embankments considering the angle of internal friction. 9th International Conference on geosynthetics (9th ICG) Guaruja, Brazil.
Britton, E.J. & Naughton, P.J., 2011. The arching phenomena observed in trap door experimental model tests. Proc. Geofrontiers 2011, Dallas, Texas.

Memberships

Member Engineers Ireland (MEI)

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