Dr Dunant holds a PhD in Material science. His background in concrete durability has led him to develop an interest in design and efficient use of materials. He is now currently working on two projects, both centred on making better use of steel in construction. The first explores the barriers to steel reuse, an important potential source of carbon and energy savings. The second project looks at the design process in construction and the role of material efficiency in building conception.
Dr Cyrille Dunant
|Regularity and optimisation practice in steel structural frames in real design cases||Cyrille F. Dunant Michał P. Drewniok Stathis Eleftheriadis Jonathan M. Cullen Julian M. Allwood||2019|
|A marginal abatement cost curve for material efficiency accounting for uncertainty||Cyrille F. Dunant Alexandra C.H. Skelton Michał P. Drewniok Jonathan M. Cullen Julian M. Allwood||2019|
|Options to make steel reuse profitable: An analysis of cost and risk distribution across the UK construction value chain||C. F. Dunant, M. P. Drewniok, M. Sansom, S. Corbey, J. M. Cullen, and J. M. Allwood||2018|
|How much cement can we do without? Lessons from cement material flows in the UK||W. Shanks C.F. Dunant Michał P. Drewniok R.C. Lupton A. Serrenho Julian M. Allwood||2018|
|Testing the greenhouse gas emissions reduction potential of alternative strategies for the english housing stock||André Cabrera Serrenho Michal Drewniok Cyrille Dunant Julian M. Allwood||2018|