Career Path from University to Geotechnical Engineering
Tuesday, Sept. 28, 1:30-2:30 p.m.
Would you like to know how to transfer your student life to career life?
Are you going to prepare yourself to work as a geotechnical engineer?
Would you like to know what kinds of knowledge and software you need to start your career?
Are you going to be aware of geotechnical engineers’ responsibility?
Hooman Motamedi will share his experience in this talk.
Homan Motamedi earned his bachelor’s degree in civil engineering and his master’s degree in geotechnical engineering in Iran. After graduation, he worked for six years as a civil engineer in Iran. After immigration, he started working in a consulting firm as a geotechnical engineer in training and later as a geotechnical engineer.
He has over four years of experience working on various infrastructure projects in Ontario. His areas of expertise include designing shallow and deep foundations, liquefaction assessment, estimation of settlement, slope stability analysis, interpretation of CPT data, and results of consolidation and triaxial tests, finite element modeling with Plaixs 2D & 3D, and construction impact assessment.
Presented by European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers - MUN Student Chapter