About Mandy Korff

Dr. Mandy Korff is an expert in the field of geotechnical engineering, more specifically in soil structure interaction, deep excavations and foundation engineering.

With over 20 years of experience in Deltares, Dr. Korff mainly works in the field of foundations and underground construction, geotechnical risk management and the impact of construction/subsidence/earthquakes on structures. Many of the projects she works on, such as the Amsterdam Subway, include some sort of forensic engineering.

Mandy Korff received her PhD in 2013 from the University of Cambridge, where she worked with professor Robert Mair on the Response of Piled Buildings to the Construction of Deep Excavations. She combines her function as Strategic Advisor and member of the Deltares Science Council at Deltares with an Associate Professorship at TU Delft in the field of Geotechnical Practice.

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Working experience

  1. Deltares

    Strategic Advisor and member of the Deltares Science Council (currently 0.4 fte)

    2008 - Present
  2. TU Delft

    Associate Professor of Geotechnical Practice (0.4 fte)

  3. GeoDelft

    Foundation and Underground Engineering

    2000 - 2008

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