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2020 RILEM PhD grant awardees "in" Sheffield

24 September 2020 Association
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Since 2018, RILEM awards a number of PhD students under the age of 35 from any of the countries where a special discount RILEM membership fee is applicable. This grant aims to support young researchers who could not otherwise attend the RILEM Annual Week. Due to the current pandemic, the grant this year "in" Sheffield came without the financial support to travel as the event was fully online. However, the remote participation of the awardees and the recognition of their research outcomes were ensured! Congratulations to the young minds who won the grant at the 74th RILEM Annual Week:

Ifeyinwa Ijeoma Obianyo, African University of Science and Technology, Nigeria: Morphology and strength of stabilized lateritic soil for sustainable building applications

Said Bouzit, Ibn Zohr University, Agadir, Morocco: Composite materials based on plaster and mineral additives for applications in buildings

Ali Jahami, Beirut Arab University, Lebanon: Strengthening of post-tensioned slab subjected to impact loading

John Kolawole, Stellenbosch University, South Africa: Roles of rheology in the plastic cracking of early-age concrete

Tushar Bansal, Bennett University, Greater Noida, India: Monitoring and prediction of service life and durability of concrete systems using piezo sensor and machine learning approach

Onesmus Munyao, Embu University, Kenya: Microbial influence on the physico-mechanical and microstructural properties of cement mortars

Megan Weyers, University of Pretoria, South Africa: The effect of curing regime on the material properties of ultra-high-performance fibre reinforced concrete

Leonel N. Tchadjie, University of Johannesburg, South Africa: A new approach for synthesizing ambient-cured volcanic ash geopolymer binders

Tee How TAN, University of Malaya, Malaysia: Facile fabricated fly ash and calcined kaolin based foamed geopolymer sphere for Pb(II) removal from wastewater

Anuj Parashar, IIT Delhi, India: Hydration behavior of limestone-calcined clay and limestone-slag in ternary blended cement

Yuvaraj Dhandapani, IIT Madras, India: The role of pore network parameters to link physical structure and transport properties in ternary binders involving aluminosilicate-limestone combination

José Concha, University of Bío-Bío, Concepción, Chile: Synthesis and characterization of biocapsules containing low-cost rejuvenators for asphalt self-healing

Antonia Alana Lima Pacheco, University of São Paulo, Brazil: Layered double hydroxides (LDHs) from rehydration of calcium aluminates: a study by in situ calorimetry and SAXS

Pratik Gujar, IIT Madras, India: When to coat a polymer on concrete surface

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