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Dr Jessey Lee

AEFAC Training and Development Manager, Lecturer


Dr. Jessey Lee is a Structural Engineer specialising in structural design, prefabricated construction, engineering research and project delivery. She currently holds a dual role at Swinburne University of Technology. She is a lecturer in the Department of Civil and Construction Engineering and the Training and Development Manager at the Australian Engineered Fasteners and Anchors Council (AEFAC). 

Dr Jessey Lee has a wide range of research and development experience in steel connections, fastenings to concrete, modular construction and non-conforming building products; working together with academic institutions, government and industry organisations, local and international experts and the broader construction industry.

Research interests

Advanced Structural Engineering

PhD candidate and honours supervision

Higher degrees by research

Accredited to supervise Masters & Doctoral students as Co-Supervisor.

Fields of Research

  • Structural Engineering - 090506
  • Construction Engineering - 090502
  • Engineering Not Elsewhere Classified - 099999

Teaching areas

Advanced Structural Engineering


Also published as: Lee, Jessey; Lee, J.
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Recent research grants awarded

  • 2019: Recycled plastic for injection moulding of innovative concrete void formers *; GT Recycling Pty Ltd
  • 2018: Assessment of new anchors in super workable concrete *; Robovoid Pty Ltd Fund Scheme
  • 2018: Evaluation of capacities of anchors in specific applications *; Iccons Pty Ltd
  • 2018: Non-conformance Prevalence, Testing Capacity and Nature amongst Specific Building Product Categories *; Sustainable Built Environment National Research Centre Funding for Pre-Project Activities
  • 2018: Performance of new anchors into thin concrete panels *; Iccons Pty Ltd
  • 2018: Performance of new nails into thin steel sheets and timber *; ITW Construction Systems
  • 2017: New Timber Connector Plates *; Mitek Australia Ltd.
  • 2016: Assessment of new fastening technologies under Australian conditions *; Simpson Strong-Tie Pty Ltd
  • 2012: Development of unified methods for structural assessment of anchors (AEFAC) *; AEFAC

* Chief Investigator

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