Adjunct Professor/MSc Admissions Tutor
Dr Malone joined the department in 1998 to manage the new MSc in Applied Geosciences. Previously, as head of the Geotechnical Engineering Office, he helped set up and steer the slope safety management system that greatly reduced the death toll from landslides in Hong Kong.
Dr Malone’s early career, after obtaining his PhD at Imperial College, was in civil engineering contracting and consulting in the UK. After 20 years of public service in Hong Kong he resumed consulting practice and latterly has advised on geotechnical problems in the Asian region (photo: landslide in 2010 at Ch 3+100 National Highway No. 3 Taiwan) and served as expert witness in Malaysia and Singapore.
His research field is the movement behaviour of large landslides.
GEOS7022 Course of Directed Studies
GEOS7024 Management (Course Coordinator)
GEOS8002 Professional Practice in Applied Geosciences
GEOS8003 Seminars on Unforeseen Ground Conditions, Geotechnical and Environmental Failures
GEOS8101 Engineering Geology and Geotechnical Design
GEOS8104 Natural hillside landslide and hazard studies (Course Coordinator)