9th Lizzi Scholarship winner, Kelly Flanagan, with Sue Frank, TEI Rock Drills

ISM awards the Lizzi Scholarship to graduate students to attend the International Workshop on Micropiles.

The scholarship is named for Dr. Fernando Lizzi (1913-2003), the visionary leader of ISM and the inventor of the "pali radice" or original "root pile" foundation system.

Applicants must reside in the country where the workshop is being hosted, be enrolled in graduate studies, and be either proposing to conduct or currently conducting research on micropiles.

The scholarship award includes travel and accommodations expenses for attendance at the workshop, complimentary workshop registration and a selection of micropile publications. Recipients deliver a short presentation on their research.

Lizzi Scholarship Recipients

9th Lizzi Scholarship, 2023: Kelly Flanagan, Ph.D. candidate and adjunct instructor at North Carolina State University,

Interface Shear Strength Characterization between Subsea Installed Micropile Grout and Textured Rock for Micropiles Anchoring Offshore Renewable Ocean Energy Devices.

8th Lizzi Scholarship, 2019: Ben Brittain, Queensland University of Technology, Australia,

Quality Assurance of Neat-Cement Grout

7th Lizzi Scholarship, 2017: Maged Abdlrahem, Ph.D. candidate, Western University,

Lateral Performance of Hollow Bar Micropile in Cohesionless Soil

6th Lizzi Scholarship, 2014: Maciej Szczygielski, AGH University of Science and Technology,

Assessment of Soil-Micropile Interface Parameters Using 3D Numerical Modeling

5th Lizzi Scholarship, 2010: Sherif Lotfy A. Abdelaziz, Ph.D. candidate, Virginia Tech,

Utilization of Micropiles for Heat Exchange

4th Lizzi Scholarship, 2009: James Amos of Balfour Beatty Ground Engineering, U.K.,

Micropiles The Green Choice

3rd Lizzi Scholarship, 2007: Mohamed Elkasagby, University of Western Ontario, Canada,

Finite Element Analysis of the Axial Capacity of Micropile

2nd Lizzi Scholarship, 2006: Stefan Vogt, Technical University of Munich,

Buckling of Slender Piles in Soft Soils

1st Lizzi Scholarship, 2004: Shingo Morimasa of Toyohashi University of Technology,

Bearing Capacity of Foundations Reinforced with Prestressed Micropiles

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