Laura Mas, student of 2nd year of evening baccalaureate of the Lleó XIII School, is the winner of the research work organized by the School of Roads with the collaboration of the College of Roads, Canals and Ports of Barcelona.
In the Lleó XIII School we love to show off our students and today it is the turn of Laura Mas, a student of 2nd year of evening baccalaureate who has been the winner this year of the 4th edition of the research work awards organized by the School of Roads.
The research paper is entitled “Why did the Tacoma Narrows Bridge fall?” and deals with the case of the Tacoma Narrows Bridge and its surprising and famous collapse. In the work, an exhaustive search has been conducted on the structuring of bridges, the different types and their characteristics to have some basic foundations.
Yesterday the award ceremony took place. We share with you a couple of photographs of the ceremony with her tutor Manuel Villarroya and the director of the Higher Technical School of Civil Engineering, Canals and Ports of Barcelona (ETSECCPB) of the UPC, Esther Real.
You can find more information about the collapse of the Tacoma Narrows Bridge at the following link: https://youtu.be/XggxeuFDaDUPer