The document is a summary of the discussion which took place at The University of Queensland on the 22nd of November, 2017. The Strategic Planning Workshop was convened in parallel with the launch of the ARC Future Timber Hub with the goal of bringing together Australia and New Zealand’s leading timber researchers to begin the process of establishing key research themes and identifying potential future collaborations.
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With Brisbane set to boast the world’s tallest commercial timber building and demand for the material growing, our concrete jungles could eventually give wa
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The future of sustainable building design has been the topic of discussion for researchers and industry professionals at The University of Queensland this w
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On Thursday 23rd November 2017, The University of Queensland's School of Civil Engineering hosted the Official Launch of the ARC Future Timber Hub.
9:00am 22 Jan 2018
The purpose of this course is to provide practicing engineers, architects and other building design professionals with the principles of timber design for buildings.
1:00pm 23 Nov 2017
Following the Launch, guests are invited to attend the Towards Achieving Tall-Timber’s Maximum Potential panel discussion.
9:30am 23 Nov 2017
On behalf of The University of Queensland, please join us for the official launch of the Australian Research Council (ARC) Industrial Transformation Research Hub for Advanced Solutions to Transform Tall Timber Buildings.
1 year 3 months ago
This semester the School of Civil Engineering at The University of Queensland has started imparting the course CIVL4334 – Design of Timber Structures for the first time as an elective subject at UQ.
1 year 10 months ago
EAIT’s newest Centre of Excellence, the Centre for Future Timber Structures (CFTS), was established to drive broader use of timber as a sustainable material in the Australian built environment.