Researcher biography

Danish Kazmi is a PhD candidate in Geotechnical Engineering at the University of Queensland. He completed his Bachelor’s in Civil Engineering in the year 2015 and is highly passionate to perform meaningful research in Geotechnical field. His primary research interests lie in the application of new techniques to determine economical ground improvement solutions leading to sustainable construction. He has over 3 years of research experience in Geotechnical Engineering and successfully published more than 10 peer-reviewed papers. Danish deeply cares about the increasing pressure on planet earth due to growing anthropogenic activities and guides his research towards bringing a positive change in the environment by developing eco-friendly solutions for ground improvement. He enjoys participating in different volunteer activities and loves to spend his leisure time in visiting and observing natural sceneries.

Danish's principal advisor is Professor David Williams.