Dr Michal Drewniok
Michal is a research associate in Civil Engineering at Cambridge University Engineering Department (CUED). His background is civil engineering and he holds a M.Sc. Eng. with PhD in concrete technology pending from SUT in Gliwice, Poland. During his PhD, he worked on the technological factors which determine the self-compacting concrete formwork pressure. Since the end of 2015, he was involved in two projects, both centered on making better use of steel in construction. The first explored the barriers to steel reuse, an important potential source of carbon and energy savings. The second project looked at the design process in construction and the role of material efficiency in building conception. In March 2018, he joined the Structures Group at (CUED and started to work on the project Minimising energy in construction (MEICON) led by Dr John Orr. Prior to his current positions at CUED, Michal worked as a Site Engineer and Concrete and Production Technologist at Precast Concrete Manufacture.