Dr David M G Taborda is a Lecturer in Geotechnics. Dr Taborda graduated in Civil Engineering at the University of Coimbra, Portugal, in 2004. During his last year of studies, he joined the Geotechnics laboratory at this institution, where he participated in research and consultancy activities for over 2 years. Dr Taborda then joined Imperial College London to undertake his PhD studies in numerical modelling of dynamic soil behaviour and liquefaction-related phenomena. At the end of 2010 he joined the Geotechnical Consulting Group (GCG) as a Geotechnical Engineer, participating in the numerical simulation of different engineering projects involving soil-structure interaction. In August 2012, Dr Taborda was appointed Lecturer at Imperial College London.
et al., 2017, Critical State-Based Interpretation of the Monotonic Behavior of Hostun Sand, Journal of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering, Vol:143, ISSN:1090-0241
et al., 2017, Energy-based evaluation of liquefaction potential under non-uniform cyclic loading, Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering, Vol:92, ISSN:0267-7261, Pages:650-665
et al., 2017, Numerical modelling of thermo-active piles in London Clay, Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers-geotechnical Engineering, Vol:170, ISSN:1353-2618, Pages:201-219
et al., 2017, Numerical investigation of multi-directional site response based on KiK-net downhole array monitoring data, Computers and Geotechnics, Vol:89, ISSN:0266-352X, Pages:55-70
et al., Liquefaction modelling of a strong motion station in Christchurch, New Zealand, 3rd International Conference on Performance-based Design in Earthquake Geotechnical Engineering (PBD-III)