Sessional Assistant Professor, Teaching Stream, P.Eng
Benard Isojeh is a registered engineer within Ontario and has experience in numerical analyses and design of engineering structures such as dams and bridges. His areas of expertise include fatigue analysis, fracture mechanics, linear and nonlinear finite element analysis, bridges, and analysis and design of composite structures. Other areas of interest include constitutive modelling and numerical analyses of concrete undergoing time-dependent deterioration.
Benard completed his Ph.D at the University of Toronto in 2017. He was also the recipient of the Institution of Structural Engineers Andrew Beeby Prize in 2012 (UK).