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Victoria Stephenson

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  • 4 EAST SOUTH 3.07

Accepting PhD Students

20122019

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Victoria Stephenson is an engineer working in the field of built heritage and natural hazards. Her research explores the interaction of built cultural heritage with environmental hazards inlcuding floods, in order to increase understanding of the vulnerability of such structures. Her collaborations with end users and practitioners work to promote resilience and sustainability in the historic built environment. In the past she has worked with the British Geological Survey, national transport providers, and national heritage bodies The National Trust and Heritage England.

Victoria was awarded the University of Bath Prize Fellowship in Smart Buildings (2018-2020), and is currently investigating the application of mathematical frameworks to describing and measuring risk in relation to historic built environments.

Willing to supervise PhD

Historic and ageing structures

Structure-flood interaction

Vulnerability methodologies

Risk and Resilience

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A risk based approach to shelter resilience following flood and typhoon damage in rural Philippines

Stephenson, V., Finlayson, A. & Miranda Morel, L., 22 Feb 2018, In : Geosciences . 8, 2, 24 p., 76.

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Open Access
  • 5 Citations (Scopus)

    A new approach to flood vulnerability assessment for historic buildings in England

    Stephenson, V. & D'Ayala, D., 5 May 2014, In : Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences. 14, p. 1035-1048 14 p.

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  • 24 Citations (Scopus)