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Dr Judith Halliday is a Lecturer for the Graduate Apprenticeship Programme in Civil Engineering. She is a graduate of Civil Engineering at the University of Dundee (1997) and completed her PhD in 2002. Her PhD research investigated the potential use of waste from thermal processes, namely, cement kiln dust (CKD), incinerator fly as (IFA) and sewage sludge ash (SSA), as a cement constituent and focused on characterisation of materials, chemical hydration when used in ternary blends, strength development in mortar and determining the environmental impact. She was previously a Post-doc Research Fellow within the Concrete Technology Unit were her research focused on low carbon materials in cement and concrete manufacturing and the utilisation of recycled materials in construction.

Academic background

PG Certificate Teaching in Higher Education University of Dundee 2011
PhD Civil Engineering University of Dundee  2002
BEng (Hons) Civil Engineering University of Dundee 2:1 1997


2017 Graduate Apprenticeship Lecture, Civil Engineering, University of Dundee
2000 Post-Doc Research Fellow, Civil Engineering