Civil Engineering

Neil Hoult

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photograph of Neil Hoult

Title: Associate Professor
Office: Ellis-246

Queen's University
Kingston, ON K7L 3N6
Tel: (613) 533-3436
Fax: (613) 533-2128


PhD, Engineering, 2006

University of Cambridge, UK

MASc, Structural Engineering, 2001

University of Toronto, Canada

BASc, Civil Engineering, 1999

University of Toronto, Canada



Professor Hoult will be teaching CIVL 231(Solid Mechanics II) and CIVL 431 (Infrastructure Rehabilitation) in the Winter term. CIVL 231 builds upon fundamental courses in mechanics and deals with concepts such as Mohr's circle and virtual work. CIVL 431 investigates the reasons for rehabilitation including increased demand, deterioration and extreme events as well as potential techniques for rehabilitation such as retrofitting and monitoring.

Professor Hoult teaches two graduate courses in alternating years: CIVL 831 (Assessment and Monitoring of Infrastructure) and CIVL 835 (Assessment and Monitoring of Infrastructure).