Dr Tom Dyer

Senior Lecturer in Civil Engineering

  • Tel: 01382 388118
  • Email: t.d.dyer@dundee.ac.uk
  • Dr Tom Dyer Division of Civil Engineering Fulton Building, H14 University of Dundee Nethergate Dundee DD1 4HN


Tom Dyer obtained his first degree in Materials Science at the University of Manchester. He has been employed at the University of Dundee since 1996, firstly as a Research Assistant and currently as a Lecturer. Previous to this he studied at Dundee as a member of the Concrete Technology Unit to obtain an MSc (by research) followed by his PhD. The majority of his research is concerned with the recycling of waste materials in concrete, although he has been involved in the development of admixtures and examining ways of enhancing concrete durability.

Professional Biography

  • PhD, University of Dundee, 1997
  • MSc by research, University of Dundee, 1993
  • BSc (Honours) Materials Science, University of Manchester, 1992

Research Interests

  • Recycling of by-products and waste materials in concrete
  • Reactions of cementitious systems
  • Concrete durability
  • Novel concrete admixtures
  • Biomimetic materials / nanotechnology