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Science Hall at Building No.1

No. Ref. Country Name Affiliation Title of Paper
K-1 e354 Japan Tetsuya Ishida
The University of Tokyo
Modeling of coupled mass transport and chemical equilibrium in cement-solidified soil contaminated with heavy metal ion
K-2 e559 Japan Takafumi Sugiyama
Hokkaido University
Durability of fly ash concrete in salt-laden environment
K-3 e560 Japan Kenichiro Nakarai
Hiroshima University
Effect of pozzolan on cement-bentonite interaction in nuclear waste management
K-4 e120 Japan
Masahiro HYODO
Tottori University
A study on strength of self-disintegration vegetation base mixing unused resource and expansive admixture

AV Conference Room at Building No.1

No. Ref. Country Name Affiliation Title of Paper
O-1 e397 United States
Aleksandra Radlinska
Pennsylvania State University
Shrinkage characteristic of alkali-activated slag cements
O-2 e515 United States
Sulapha Peethamparan Clarkson University
Characterization of alkali activated slag gel using nano-indentation
O-3 e54 Japan
Nobuaki OTSUKI
Tokyo Institute of Technology
Chloride penetration profiles in existing harbor structures

Room A at Building No.1

No. Ref. Country Name Affiliation Title of Paper
1 e145 Japan Hiroshi Jinnai
Taisei corporation
Trend of utilizing silica fume in concrete and Japanese industrial standard (JIS A 6207)
2 e386 Iran
Ali A. Ramezanianpour
Amirkabir University of Technology
Influence of a low-activity slag and silica fume on the fresh properties and durability of high performance self-consolidating concrete
3 e393 Iran
Mahmoud Nili
Bu-Ali Sina University
The relationships between setting time and early age strength of concrete containing silica fume, fly ash and slag
4 e546 Japan Tatsuhiko Saeki
Niigata University
Oxygen and chloride ion diffusion in concrete using silica fume, blast furnace slag and fly ash
5 e130 Iran
Hesam Madani
Kerman Graduate University of Technology
The aggregation status of nanosilicas and silica fume, used in cementitious mixtures

Room B at Building No.1

No. Ref. Country Name Affiliation Title of Paper
1 e25
Japan
Masahiro Nomura
Central Nippon Highway Engineering Nagoya Corp.
Evaluation of maintenance methods for ASR-damaged structures in Hokuriku district, Japan
2 e119
Japan
Tomoshige Kamotani P.S.Mitsubishi Construction Co.,Ltd
Repair performance of re-injecting of lithium-nitrite-containing solution and grout on corroded PC tendons due to antifreeze agents
3 e121
 Japan Tatsuya NIHEI
Railway Technical Research Institute
An exprerimental study on the performance  of reinforced concrete members subjected to repeated huge earthquakes damage and repair
4 e168
Taiwan
Chi-Ping WANG
Feng Chia University
Experimental study on residual bond strength between post-installed rebar and concrete after elevated temperatures
5 e332
Czech Republic
Cervenka Jan
Cervenka Consulting Ltd
Design of sustainable reinforced concrete structures assisted by numerical simulations

Room C at Building No.1

No. Ref. Country Name Affiliation Title of Paper
1 e50 Kuwait
Jacob S. Wurtz
Kiewit Power Engineers
An investigation of the effects of aggregate replacement with pottery cull in concrete
2 e164 Japan Hiroshi Asai
Sumitomo Mitsui Construction Co.,Ltd.
Mechanical properties of prestressed ultra high strength concrete beam with a molten slag as fine aggregate
3 e283 Japan Yoshiyuki SATO
Iwate Prefectural Government
Applicability of sewage sludge ash (SSA) for paving materials: a study on using SSA as filler for asphalt mixture and base course material
4 e304 Japan
Shuo Yang
Kyushu University
Distribution of chloride in municipal solid waste incineration bottom ash
5 e427 Thailand
Rattapoohm Parichatprecha
Naresuan University
Mechanical properties of cement-bonded composite board produced from aseptic carton waste

Buzz Hall at Building No.4

No. Ref. Country Name Affiliation Title of Paper
1 e126 Japan
Hirokazu TANAKA
Shimizu Corporation
Prediction of chloride ion penetration for concrete impregnated with silane water-repellent material
2 e160 Japan
Nozomu SOMEYA
Tokyo University of science
Effect of application timing of silicate-based surface penetrants on the mass transport properties of concrete
3 e330 Japan
Hirotaka HAZEHARA
Fukuoka University
Fundamental study on the  effectiveness of nitrite for polymer-cement mortar
4 e200 Japan
Kenichi FUJISAWA
Nippon Jikkou Co.Ltd
Study of the applicability of the concrete protection method by sulfuric acid-proof mortar
5 e100 Japan
Hidemitsu KOYANAGI
Taisei Corporation
Development of an evaluation system for comprehensive environmental performance of finishing materials

Room 1 at Building No.4

No. Ref. Country Name Affiliation Title of Paper
1 e244 Sweden
Annika Gram
CBI
Obtaining rheological parameters from slump flow test for self-compacting concrete
2 e19 Egypt
Yasser R. Tawfic
Minia University
Fresh and hardened properties of highly workable concrete (HWC)
3 e30 Japan Takashi FUJII
Okayama University
Effect of chemical admixture on property of fresh mortar using sludge water
4 e245 Japan
Kuniaki SAKURAI
Obayashi Corporation
Influence of mix proportions on the segregation resistance of flowable concrete
5 e140 Japan
Yusuke BABA
BASF Japan Ltd.
Fundamental properties of low-viscosity self-compacting concrete with a superplasticizer containing an innovative viscosity-modifying admixture

Room 2A at Building No.4

No. Ref. Country Name Affiliation Title of Paper
1 e59 Japan
Akinori KOMATSUBARA
Central Nippon Expressway Corp.
The diagnosis of severely damaged RC bridge piers with fracture of steel bars due to alkali-silica reaction
2 e173 Japan
Koichi Kobayashi
Gifu University
A fundamental study on concrete deterioration caused by combined effects of ASR and frost attack
3 e218 Japan
Yukio TAKEBE
DPS Bridge Works Co.,Ltd.
Strengthening effect on prestressed concrete members affected by alkali-silica reaction (ASR)
4 e89 Japan Irfan Prasetia
Kanazawa University
The mitigating effect of ASR expansion in PC girder and PCa product by using high-quality fly ash
5 e479 Taiwan
Chun-Tao Chen
National Taiwan University of Science and Technology
Mitigation of alkali-silica reaction in mortar with limestone addition and carbonation

Room 2B at Building No.4

No. Ref. Country Name Affiliation Title of Paper
1 e439
Japan
Hideo Matsushima
Dainichi Consultant Inc
Bridge repair method in Ethiopia
2 e481 Slovenia
Lojze Bevc
Slovenian National Building and Civil Engineering Institute
The importance of good design, maintenance and on-time repair work for long service life of structures
3 e122 Japan
Keisuke TAKAHASHI
UBE Industries,Ltd.
Development of grout containing classified fly ash and its application in repair and rehabilitation methods
4 e26 Japan
Shungo Matsui
West Nippon Expressway Engineering Kansai Co.,Ltd.
Construction of bridge slab ends repair system
5 e80 Japan
Shigeru TAKAKUMA
Waseda University
Life-cycle reliability of concrete bridges in an earthquake prone region and aggressive environment

Science Hall at Building No.1

No. Ref. Country Name Affiliation Title of Paper
K-6 e289 Japan
Hikaru Nakamura
Nagoya University
Analysis of de-lamination of concrete due to rebar corrosion
K-7 e557 Japan
Ayaho MIYAMOTO
Yamaguchi University
Development of a bridge health monitoring system for short- and medium-span bridges based on bus vibration
K-8 e449 Japan
Takahiro TAMURA
Tokuyama College of Technology
Research on the practical use of a construction database for preventing cracks in a concrete structure
K-9 e407 Japan
Zhuguo LI
Yamaguchi University
Development of geopolymer concrete using ground molten slag of municipal waste incineration ash

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No. Ref. Country Name Affiliation Title of Paper
O-4
e71 Poland
Michal A. Glinicki
Institute of Fundamental Technological Research
Strength and permeability of concrete with CEM II and “CEM V” cements containing high calcium fly ash
O-5
e88 India
Manu Santhanam
IIT Madras
Influence of some admixtures in mitigating the effects of sodium and magnesium sulphate attack in cement mortars
O-6 e131 United States
Chiara Villani
Purdue University
The influence of deicing salt exposure on the gas transport in cementitious materials 
O-7 e561 Singapore
Jun-Yan Wang
National University of Singapore
Use of shrinkage reducing admixture to improve flexural performance of fiber reinforced ultra lightweight cement composites

Room A at Building No.1

No. Ref. Country Name Affiliation Title of Paper
1 e496 Japan
Fumio Mishina
Japan Concrete Erosion Prevent Association
Survey and evaluation on corrosion protection coatings for concrete structures of waste water treatment plants
2 e341 Japan
Kazuhito NIWASE
Japan Nuclear Fuel Limited
Study on the durability of the low diffusion layer for sub-surface radioactive waste disposal facilities in Japan
3 e458 Taiwan
Chi-ming Lai
National Cheng-Kung University
Energy saving evaluation of the ventilated BIPV walls
4 e10 Australia
Academician Aleksander Samarin
FTSE
Use of concrete as a biological shield from ionising radiation
5 e371 Austria
Norbert RANDL
Carinthia University of Applied Sciences
Sustainability aspects of different UHPC mixtures

Room B at Building No.1

No. Ref. Country Name Affiliation Title of Paper
1 e234
Japan Kengo HARA
Oriental Shiraishi Corporation
Development on precast PC slab with a new type of joint for reinforcing bars, combination of lap splice and mechanical anchorage
2
e269
Japan
Kazunori Era
Kyokutokowa Co., Ltd.
Suppression of ASR expansion by pressurized injection of lithium nitrite
3 e305 Japan
Choonghyun Kang
Nagoya University
Evaluation and observation of autogenous healing ability of bond crack along rebar
4
e312 Japan Masayuki ISHII
Shimane University Applicability and accuracy of structural performance verification methods for composite renovated pipes
5 e362
Japan
Michael HENRY
Hokkaido University
Analysis of cracking in high-strength cementitious materials under heating and re-curing using X-ray CT

Room C at Building No.1

No. Ref. Country Name Affiliation Title of Paper
1 e162 Japan Shoji NOJIMA
Nippon Expressway Research Institute Company Limited
Follow-up study of FRP bonding method through exposure test
2 e179 Japan
Takashi HITOMI
Obayashi co.
Study on long-term leaching behavior of low alkaline cement
3 e316 Japan
Masahiko OHNO
BASF Japan Ltd.
Durability testing of concrete containing lignin, BNS or PCE based water reducing admixtures after 5 years exposure under various conditions
4 e299 Japan
Hisao  Emoto
Yamaguchi University
Remaining life prediction and verification of an aged bridge based on field inspections
5 e178 Turkey
Hülya Kus
Istanbul Technical University
Durability assessment of external renderings on AAC based on 10-year long-term monitoring data

Buzz Hall at Building No.4

No. Ref. Country Name Affiliation Title of Paper
1 e138 Japan
Katsuichi MIYAGUCHI
Denki Kagaku Kogyo Kabushiki Kaisya
The status after 10 years of exposures of the PC beam specimen received damage from salt water which repaired by the desalination construction method and the re-alkalization construction method
2 e207 Japan
Takashi SASAKI
Denki Kagaku Kogyo Kabushiki Kaisya
The environmental load reduction effect by the desalination method of construction and the re-alkalization method of construction
3 e232 Japan
Makoto YAMAMOTO
Sumitomo Osaka Cement Co., Ltd.
Long term performance of cathodic protection applied on deteriorated PC girder specimen due to chloride ingress
4 e327 Japan
Satoru YAMAMOTO
The Nippon Corrosion Engineering Co., LTD.
Verification of cathodic protection criteria for chloride attacked members of a RC pier

Room 1 at Building No.4

No. Ref. Country Name Affiliation Title of Paper
1 e204 Japan
Hideaki TANIGUCHI
Japan Prestressed Concrete Contractors Association
Characteristics of concrete using ground granulated blast-furnace slag
2 e136 Japan
Kanako Yanagimoto
Centra Nippon Expressway Company Limited
Reduction of environmental impacts and enhancement of durability application of portland blast-furnace slag cement to bridges
3 e263 Japan
Atsushi YATAGAI
DC Co.,Ltd.
Properties of concrete with blast-furnace slag cement made from clinker with adjusted mineral composition
4 e398 Japan
Daiki ATARASHI
Tokyo Institute of Technology
Study on cement recycling system  using sodium gluconate
5 e51 United States
Alex Hak-Chul Shin
Louisiana State University
Coefficient of thermal expansion for concrete containing fly ash and slag
6 e459 Japan
Yusuke Uchida
Tokyo Metropolitan University
A study on lightweight multifunctional concrete made using waste PET bottles

Room 2A at Building No.4

No. Ref. Country Name Affiliation Title of Paper
1 e112 Japan Chikao Sannoh
Hokuriku Electric Power Company Co.,Ltd.
The suppressing effect of fly ash on ASR under outdoor exposure conditions at the seashore
2 e548 Czech
Aneta Šťastná
Charles  University in Prague
Microscopic examination of alkali-reactive volcanic rocks from the Bohemian Massif (Czech Republic)
3 e85 Poland
Joanna Julia Sokolowska
Warsaw University of Technology
Effect of acidic environments on cement concrete degradation
4 e102 Japan
Yogarajah ELAKNESWARAN
The University of Tokyo
Durability of cementitious materials under combined sulfate attack and leaching: development and application of a coupled physiochemical and geochemical model
5 e520 Italy
Maria Bignozzi
University of Bologna
Thermal stability and microstructural analysis of inorganic polymer binders based on Italian and Australian fly ash

Room 2B at Building No.4

No. Ref. Country Name Affiliation Title of Paper
1 e364 Czech
Jiri BROZOVSKY
Brno University of Technology
Use of non-destructive ultrasonic pulse testing methods  in evaluation of brick parameters
2 e516 United Kingdom
Agnieszka J. Klemm
Glasgow Caledonian University
Combined effect of polymeric fibres and SAP on the performance of repair mortars
3 e444 India
Anjan K. Chatterjee
Conmat Technologies Private Limited
Concrete repair materials from clinkerless fly ash based formulations containing inorganic and organic polymers
4 e201 Japan Takahiko AMINO
Toa Corporation
Long term effects of section repair method applied to PC girders damaged by chloride attack
5 e369 Japan Tetsuya SUZUKI
Niigata University
Damage estimation of freeze - thawed concrete by AE analysis in core test

Closing Ceremony

Science Hall (4F, Building No. 1)
Chair: Prof. Tarun R. Naik (University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee)

Plenary Lecture 3

Prof. Kenji Kawai
(Hiroshima University)
"Adsorption and desorption characteristics of lead in cement hydrate in lithium, sodium, potassium, and calcium chloride solutions"

Plenary Lecture 4

Prof. Jan Olek
(Purdue University)
"Durability of Plain and Fly Ash Concretes Exposed to Deicing Chemicals"

Closing address

Prof. Hirotaka Kawano
(co-Chair of SCMT3)

Prof. Peter Claisse
(Coventry University)