Dr Eyo Eyo

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  • Qualifications:PhD, Msc, BEng, GMICE, AFHEA (Pg-Cert)
  • Position:Lecturer-Engineering
  • Department:FET - Geography and Environmental Management
  • Telephone:+44117 965 6261
  • Email:Eyo.Eyo@uwe.ac.uk
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About me

Dr E U Eyo  is a civil and geotechnical engineer. He is currently a Lecturer in Geotechnical Engineering in the Faculty of Environment and Technology, Department of Geography and Environmental Management, University of the West of England. He obtained his MSc degree (with distinction) in Civil and Structural Engineering from Coventry University, UK. Following his MSc degree, Eyo subsequently obtained a scholarship through the European Union/United Kingdom partnership SME KEEN project in 2016 to enable him conduct PhD research in Geotechnical Engineering at Coventry University. His research interest lies in ground improvement and, more specifically, soil mixing technology (SMT). Eyo has applied artificial intelligence (AI) through machine learning (machine learning) paradigms to ground improvement that has enabled precise and accurate design/data-driven decisions and predictions of the mechanical properties of stabilised soils. Eyo also has a couple years of industrial experience. He was a supervising quality control and quality assurance engineer at Fugro GB Marine Ltd., Wallingford, UK. He has also had about two years of prior experience working as a graduate civil engineer/PA to the project manager at D & S Construction Company Ltd. during the construction of a 66 km road and bridge project at Auchi, Nigeria. Before joining Fugro, Eyo worked as an Assistant Lecturer at Coventry University and Associate Lecturer at the University of the West of England, UK. He is currently a registered member (GMICE) of the Institute of Civil Engineers (ICE), UK.

Area of expertise

1. General Civil Engineering design & Construction (Structural, Surveying, Water resources, hydraulics, highways, geotechnics)
2. Ground Improvement Technologies
3. Soil-structure Interaction design & Modelling
4. Sustainable Materials' development and technology


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