Dr Ana M Ruiz-Teran is a Senior Lecturer in Structural Engineering at the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Imperial College London. Her teaching, research and professional experience are focused on the area of Bridge Engineering. She was graduated at the University of Cantabria, Spain, as Ingeniero de Caminos, Canales y Puertos (6-year MEng in Civil Engineering), specialized in Structural Engineering, with Matrícula de Honor, being awarded the First National Prize for the Top Spanish Graduate in Civil Engineering. She spent more than five years working in industry for the companies Apia XXI, and Arenas y Asociados, Ingenieria de Diseño, as a chartered bridge engineer, being involved in the design and construction of many singular bridges. She completed a PhD on innovative types of cable-stayed bridges at the University of Cantabria, with Sobresaliente Cum Laude, being awarded with the prize for the best PhD in Engineering at this institution. She was awarded the FIB Diploma 2009 for Research. Her academic career started at the University of Castilla-La Mancha, Spain, as teaching assistant, and, after completing a post-doctoral research period at Imperial College London, she was appointed Principal Lecturer at the University of East London. In 2011 she was appointed Lecturer at Imperial College London.
Her teaching experience includes both undergraduate and postgraduate courses in structural engineering. Her main research interests are related to the structural response and design criteria of innovative bridge types (such as under-deck and combined cable-stayed bridges, curved and spatial arch-bridges, and cable-supported bridges), the accidental breakage of stay cables, and the dynamic response of slender road bridges, footbridges, and railway bridges under live load. She is also Chartered Member of the Institution of Civil Engineers and Corporate Member of the Spanish Institution of Civil Engineers (Colegio de Ingenieros de Caminos, Canales y Puertos).
She is Departmental Postgraduate Senior Tutor, is responsible for the MSc programme in Concrete Structures within the Advanced Structural Engineering MSc Cluster, and Departmental Professional Institutions Liaison Officer.
Camara A, Ruiz-Teran AM, 2015, Multi-mode traffic-induced vibrations in composite ladder-deck bridges under heavy moving vehicles, Journal of Sound and Vibration, Vol:355, ISSN:1095-8568, Pages:264-283
Madrazo-Aguirre F, Ruiz-Teran AM, Wadee MA, 2015, Design criteria of under-deck cable-stayed bridges for short and medium spans, Structural Engineering International, Vol:25, ISSN:1016-8664, Pages:125-133
Camara A, Ruiz-Teran AM, Stafford PJ, 2013, Structural behaviour and design criteria of under-deck cable-stayed bridges subjected to seismic action, Earthquake Engineering & Structural Dynamics, Vol:42, ISSN:0098-8847, Pages:891-912
Sarmiento-Comesias M, Ruiz-Teran AM, Aparicio AC, 2012, Structural behaviour of inferior‐deck spatial arch bridges with imposed curvature, Journal of Bridge Engineering (asce), Vol:17, Pages:682-690
Ruiz-Teran AM, Aparicio AC, 2010, Developments in under-deck and combined cable-stayed bridges, Proceedings of Ice Bridge Engineering. Special Issue About 'bridge Engineering: Cable-supported Structures', Vol:163, ISSN:1478-4637, Pages:67-78
Ruiz-Teran AM, Aparicio AC, 2009, Response of under-deck cable-stayed bridges to the accidental breakage of stay cables, Engineering Structures, Vol:31, ISSN:0141-0296, Pages:1425-1434
Ruiz-Teran AM, Gardner L, 2008, Elastic buckling of elliptical tubes, Thin-Walled Structures, Vol:46, ISSN:0263-8231, Pages:1304-1318
Ruiz-Teran AM, Aparicio AC, 2008, Structural behaviour and design criteria of under-deck cable-stayed bridges and combined cable-stayed bridges. Part 1: Single-span bridges, Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering, Vol:35, ISSN:0315-1468, Pages:938-950
Ruiz-Teran AM, Aparicio AC, 2008, Structural behaviour and design criteria of under-deck cable-stayed bridges and combined cable-stayed bridges. Part 2: Multispan bridges, Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering, Vol:35, ISSN:0315-1468, Pages:951-962