Research Training course on "AAM Technology" | 27-29 January 2020
THIS TRAINING COURSE IS FOR PHD STUDENTS OF THE DURSAAM PROJECT AND ANY INTERESTED RESEARCHER, INCLUDING PHD SUPERVISORS.
This is a 3-day course, formatted as a training school open to PhD students and practicing engineers. It will be specifically developed and delivered collaboratively by the consortium, and held at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT). The course gives excellent exposure to the mix formulation, structural behaviour, durability and eco-balance of AAM concrete. It will take place under the auspices of RILEM.
The course "AAM Technology" is aimed at PhD students and interested people who are dealing with this new binder technology. The aim of the course is to impart basic knowledge as well as up-to-date knowledge about specific questions of the application of binders and concretes made in practice and about how this binders and concretes behave compared to “classical” hydraulic cements and concretes, respectively. Accompanying the theoretical teaching content, the mediated knowledge will to be applied on the basis of demonstrations in the lab.
Prof. Frank Dehn - Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
Chair of Building Materials and Concrete Construction at the Institute of Concrete Structures and Building Materials (IMB), Director of the Materials Testing and Reasearch Laboratory (MPA), Member of the Presidium and Co-Chair of Techical Council of the International Federation for Strcutural Concrete (fib), Co-Chair of RILEM TC MPA - Mechanical Properties of Alkali-activated Materials, Member of National and International Standardization Commitees and Expert Boards related to Concrete, Editor-in-Chief “Structural Concrete”.
Prof. John Provis - University of Sheffield
Professor of Cement Materials Science and Engineering and Head of the Engineering Graduate School of University of Sheffield, Deputy Chair of RILEM Technical Committee 283-CAM, an invited TAC Expert of RILEM, a Voting Member of committees of BSI, ASTM and ACI, Associate Editor of the leading journals Cement and Concrete Research and Materials and Structures, and Speciality Chief Editor for the Structural Materials section of Frontiers in Materials. (...)
Prof. Guang Ye - Delft University of Technology
Associate professor in the Section of Materials and Environment of TUDelft, chair of the research group of Concrete Modelling and Materials Behavior, author/co-author of 300 journal/conference papers, editor/co-editor of 8 conference proceedings and Chapter contribution of 6 books, member of several RILEM Technical Committees like TC-ICC, TC-ATC, TC-SHC and TC-SAP, TC-DTA and fib committee of 8.10 and 8.12. (...)
27-29 January 2020
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (DE)
Address: Gotthard-Franz-Str. 3, 76131 Karlsruhe
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