Stephen Foster is Professor and currently Acting Dean of Engineering; he was Head of the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering at UNSW Sydney 2013–2020. He is a Fellow of Engineers Australia, Fellow of the International Federation for Structural Concrete (fib), an Honorary Member of the Concrete Institute of Australia, Honorary life member of the fib. Dr Foster has over 350 publications in the field of structural concrete. He is actively involved in the development of national and international standards and has been an educator, researcher, and engineer for more than 35 years. He is a member on Standards Australia Committee BD002 (since 2002) and made significant contributions to the development of AS 3600.
Andrew Kilpatrick practised as a structural engineer before joining the university sector. He has been actively involved in the construction, design, teaching and research of structural concrete for over 45 years. His research interests have encompassed the strength and deformation behaviour of reinforced concrete members, the strength of composite columns, shear in GFRP reinforced slabs and engineering education. He served on Standards Australia Committee BD002 for ten years and contributed to the development of AS 3600.
Robert Warner was Professor of Civil Engineering and Emeritus Professor at the University of Adelaide, prior to his retirement. His research and teaching interests have included reinforced concrete and prestressed concrete structures and engineering planning and design. He served for more than 40 years as a member of Committee BD2 of Standards Australia, which is responsible for the Australian Standard for Concrete Structures, AS 3600. He has been a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering since 1998.