Paulo J. M. Monteiro
PRESENT Ph.D. STUDENTS
Sejung Rosie Chae: Soft x-ray imaging
Kemal Celik: Green Concrete
Guoging Geng: Durability of Concrete
Juan Carvajal Vinasco: Green Cements
Carlos Orozco: Nanotecnology of Concrete
FORMER Ph.D. STUDENTS
1. Jy-An Wang (1987): "A Modified Direct Method for the Calculation of the Elastic Properties of Composite Materials" (Prof. J. Lubliner, co-chairman).
2. Vladimir A. Paulon (1991): “Microstruture of the Aggregate-Cement Paste Transition Zone” (at University of Sao Paulo).
3. Vassilis P. Panoskanis (1992): “Rate Effect in the Constitutive Modeling of Concrete and Geomaterials Including Plasticity and Damage” (Prof. Lubliner, co-chair).
4. Virgilio A. Ghio (1993): “The Rheology of Fresh Concrete and Its Effect on the Shotcrete Process”.
5. Kuokai Shyu (1993): “Nodal-based discontinuous Deformation Analysis”.
6. Chiao-Tung Chang (1994): “Nonlinear Dynamic Discontinuous Deformation Analysis with Finite Element Meshed Block System”.
7. Kamran Nemati (1994): “Generation and Interaction of Compressive Stress-Induced Microcracks in Concrete”.
8. Kejin Wang (1994): “Expansion-Related Concrete Deterioration: Interaction Between Microstructure, Chemistry and Performance”.
9. Monica Prezzi (1995): “Analysis of the Mechanisms of Concrete Deterioration”.
10. Denise Del Molin (1995): High Strength Concrete (at University of Sao Paulo)
11. David Trejo (1997): Microstructural design and electrochemical evaluation of Fe/2Si/0.1C dual-phase ferritic Martensitic steel for concrete reinforcement
12. Kim Kurtis (1998), Transmission Soft X-ray Microscopy of the Alkali-Silica Reaction
13. Chun-Liang Lin (1999), Compressive Strength of Continuous Fiber-Reinforced Composites, Prof. Hari Dharan, co-chair.
14. Beverly P. DiPaolo (2000), An experimental investigation on the axial crush of a thin-walled, stainless steel box component, Prof. Gronsky, co-chair.
15. David J. Corr (2001), A Microscopic Study of Ice Formation and Propagation in Concrete.
16. J. Zhang (2002): Non invasive surface measurement of the corrosion impedance of rebar in concrete.
17. Hal Amick (2004), Concrete Damping Properties and Their Modifications, 2004.
18. Kome Shomglin (2004), Susceptibility of Deformed Granitic Rocks of the Santa Rosa Mylonite Zone to the Alkali Silica Reaction in Concrete, Prof. Rudy Wenk (co-advisor)
19. Nicole P. Hasparyk (2005), Investigation of concrete affected by the alkali-silica reaction, Prof. D. Dal Molin (co-advisor), University Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil.
20. Ana Paula Kirchheim (2008), Characterization of the hydration of cubic and orthorhombic tricalcium aluminate, Prof. D. Dal Molin (co-advisor), University Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil.
21. Fariborz Vossoughi (2008), Assessing Impact Resistance of Concrete-Based Materials, Prof Ostertag (co-advisor).
22. Cruz Carlos (2008), Microscopic Observations of Internal Frost Damage and Salt Scaling
23. Mauricio Mancio (2009), Electrochemical and in-situ Surface-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopic (SERS) Study of Passive Films Formed on Low-Carbon Steel in Highly Alkaline Environments, Prof. Devine (co-advisor)
24. Jae-Eun Oh (2009), High Pressure Synchrotron X-ray Diffraction of Calcium-Silicate Hydrates and Alkali-activated Inorganic Binder.
25. Seyoon Yoon (2012) Multi-scale studies of transport and adsorption phenomena of cement-based materials in aqueous and saline environment.
26. Cagla Meral (2012), The Study of Disorder in Amorphous Silica, Alkali-Silica Reaction Gel and Fly Ash by (Profs. Monteiro and Ostertag, advisors).
27. Pierre-Adrien Itty (2012), Microscale investigation of the corrosion performances of low-carbon and stainless steels in highly alkaline concretes.
28. Ju-hyuk Moon (2013), Experimental and Theoretical Studies on Mechanical Properties of Complex Oxides in Concrete.
29. Craig Hargis (2013) Advances in Sustainable Cements
30. Sungchul Bae (2014): Synchrotron X-ray Spectro-microscopy and Micro-diffraction Study on the Hydration of Tricalcium Silicate including High-Volume Fly Ash