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1. Sustainable Construction Materials and Structures
2. Durability of Construction Materials
3. Maintenance and Life Cycle Management of Concrete Structures
4. Others

Ref. Country Name Affiliation Title of Paper
e205 Bangladesh Prof. Tarek Mohammed
University of Asia Pacific (UAP) Sustainable Development of Concrete Construction Works in Bangladesh [Session in Honor of Prof. Hamada]
e444 India Dr. Anjan Chatterjee Conmat Technologies Private Limited Concrete Repair Materials from Clinkerless Fly Ash Based Formulations Containing Inorganic and Organic Polymers
e87 India Dr. Manu Santhanam IIT Madras Evaluation of Superplasticizer Performance in Cement Paste and Concrete [Session in Honor of Prof. Gettu]
e419 Indonesia Mr. Yohannes Lim PT. Sika Indonesia Use of Chemical Additive for Production of Portland Cement Based Binder with Less CO2
e100 Japan Dr. Hidemitsu Koyanagi Taisei Corporation Development of Comprehensive Environmental Performance Evaluation System for Finishing Materials
e421 Japan Dr. Masaki Tamura Kogakuin University The Case study on Evaluation of Total amount of CO2 Emissions During Transporting Whole Building Materials into Construction Site
e333 Japan Dr. Toshio YONEZAWA Takenaka Corporation High-Slag Cement and Structures System for Substantial Reduction of Energy and CO2
e308 Japan Mr. Hikotsugu HYODO Taiheiyo Cement Corporation Evaluation of Effect of Aggregate Properties on Drying Shrinkage of Concrete
e245 Japan Mr. Kuniaki SAKURAI Obayashi Corporation Influence Of Consistent Material Properties And Mix Proportions of Concrete on The Segregation Resistance of Fresh Concrete
e247 Japan Mr. Takeshi TORICHIGAI Kajima Corporation The Newly Sustainable Concrete Reducing CO2 Emissions Below Zero Level by Carbonation Curing
e384 Mexico Mr. Arturo Gaytan Covarrubias American Concrete Institute - Mexico Chapter Mexican Standard of Sustainable Building: Voluntary Instrument for Improvement Environmental Performance of Building in Mexico
e6 United Kingdom Ms. Shaikha AlSanad The University of Manchester The Impact of Glazing Selection on Energy Performance for An Office Building in Kuwait

Ref. Country Name Affiliation Title of Paper
e53 Australia Dr. Daniela Ciancio
University of Western Australia
Rammed earth: an overview of a sustainable material [Session in Honor of Prof. Gettu]
e447 Australia Dr. Vivian TAM University of Western Sydney
Development of Optimal Mixing Approach for Recycled Aggregate Concrete
e438
Australia Mr. Jiting Xie UNSW Canberra
Study on the effects of curing temperatures and periods on geopolymerisation process of fly ash-based geopolymers
 e453 Australia Mr. Mohammad Shakhaout Hossain Khan University of New South Wales at the Australian Defence Force Academy The Stability of Ettringite in Concrete Containing Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag
e440
Australia Mr. Muhammad Junaid UNSW
Performance of Ordinary Portland and Geopolymer Concrete after Exposure to Elevated Temperatures
e491 Australia Ms. Yifei Cui UNSW@ADFA Bond Performance of Steel Bar and Fly Ash Based Geopolymer Concrete
e371
Austria Prof. Norbert RANDL
FHK Gem.PS - Carinthia University of Applied Sciences
Sustainability Aspects of Different UHPC Recipes
f539
Bangladesh Dr. Warda Bint Ashraf
Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology
Application of High Volume Rice Husk Ash in Concrete
e211
Bangladesh Mr. Ranadhir Das
Save the Children Intrnational Limited
Development of Green Brick for Making Low Cost Houses
e202
Bangladesh Prof. Tarek Mohammed
University of Asia Pacific (UAP)
Recycling of Demolished Concrete as Coarse Aggregate ・Part 1
e203
Bangladesh Prof. Tarek Mohammed
University of Asia Pacific (UAP)
Recycling of Demolished Concrete as Coarse Aggregate ・Part 2
e209
Bangladesh Prof. Tarek Mohammed
University of Asia Pacific (UAP)
PRODUCTION OF HIGH STRENGTH CONCRETE USING LOCALLY AVAILABLE AGGREGATES IN BANGLADESH 
e210
Bangladesh Prof. Tarek Mohammed
University of Asia Pacific (UAP)
Flexural Performance of RC Beams Made with Recycled Aggregate
e538
Brazil Prof. Givanildo Azeredo
Federal University of Paraíba-UFPB
Self-Compacting Concrete Obtained by the Use of Kaolin Wastes
e377
Brazil Prof. Malik CHERIAF Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina
Microstructure, mineralogy and environmental evaluation of cementitious composites produced with red mud waste
e374
China Mr. Pengkun Hou Chongqing University Effects of nanoSiO2 and nanoCa(OH)2 on the properties of HVFA cementitious materials
e259
China Prof. Chi Sun POON The Hong Kong Polytechnic University CO2 Curing Pretreatment for Improvement of Recycled Aggregate
e261
China Prof. Chi Sun POON The Hong Kong Polytechnic University An effective way to incorporate nano-TiO2  in photocatalytic cementitious materials   
e14
China Prof. Deju Zhu Hunan University Strain Rate Effect on Tensile Behavior of AR-Glass Fabric Reinforced Cementitious Composite
e199
Czech Dr. Vlastimil Bilek ZPSV a.s. Sustainability of concrete elements from concrete with ternary binders
e83
France Dr. Aveline Darquennes ENS Cachan - LMT Cracking Sensibility of Slag Cement Concrete at Early Age
e82
India Dr. Murali Jagadeswaran Indian Institute of Technology Madras Viscoelastic – non-Newtonian Transitory Response of Cement Paste and Superplasticizer Combinations  [Session In Honor of Prof. Gettu]
e123
India Dr. Prakash Parasivamurthy Dayananda Sagar College of Engineering
STUDY ON SUSTAINABLE  CONCRETE USING SILICA FUME AND STONE DUST
e65
India Dr. SAKTHIVEL B. JERUSALEM COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
THIN CEMENTITIOUS COMPOSITES REINFORCED WITH NON-CORROSIVE MATERIALS FOR STRENGTH, DURABILITY AND SUSTAINABILITY
e494 India Dr. SAKTHIVEL P. B. JERUSALEM COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING Impact Performance Study of Sustainable Cementitious Slab Elements Reinforced with Non-Corrosive Polyolefin & Stainless Steel Fibers in Hybrid Form
e23
India Mr. Mohit Singh Thapar university
Performance of cane reinforced concrete
e353
India Ms. JERLIN REGIN St. Xavier's Catholic College of Engineering
Development of coconut shell concrete as a light weight concrete
e512 India Ms. Smitha Gopinath CSIR-Structural Engineering Research Centre Drop Weight Impact Analysis of Fabric Reinforced Concrete
e78
India Ms. SUJITA KUMARI IIT ROORKEE
OPTIMIZATION OF CEMENT CONTENT IN CONCRETE USING ADDITIVES
e488 India Prof. Abhijit Mukherjee Thapar University Bacterial Calcification for Enhancing Properties of A Low Embodied Energy Soil-Cement Block
e11
Iran Dr. Dali Bondar Technical Bureau of Water (T.B.W.) at Ministry of Energy
THE USE OF ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORK  TO PREDICT COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH OF GEOPOLYMERS 
e12
Iran Dr. Dali Bondar Technical Bureau of Water (T.B.W.) at Ministry of Energy
Geo-polymer Concrete as a New Type of Sustainable Construction Materials
e422
Iran Dr. Jamshid Esmaeili University of Tabriz
Experimental Study on the Effect of Different Powders on Strength, Flowability, Setting time and Slump loss of Self-Consolidating Repair Mortars
e393
Iran Dr. Mahmoud Nili Bu-Ali Sina University
The Relationships between setting time and early age strength of concrete containing silica fume, fly ash and slag
e403
Iran Mr. Jamil Kasaei University of Tabriz
Effect of Polypropylene Fibers on Hardened Properties of Pervious Concrete
e469 Iran Ms. Reza Naghdi Zanjan Evaluation of Autogenous Shrinkage of High-Performance Concrete
e68
Israel Mr. Yaniv Knop Ben Gurion University of the Negev
Development of "Green" cement, based on partial replacement of Clinker with limestone powder [Session In Honor of Prof. Olek]
e501 Italy Dr. Stefania Manzi University of Bologna Effect of Adhered Mortar of Recycled Concrete Aggregates on Long Term Concrete Properties
f534 Italy Prof. Antonio Telesca University of Basilicata Calcium sulfoaluminate cements from chemical gypsum and other industrial by-products
e215
Italy Prof. GABRIELEl FAVA UNIVERSITA' POLITECNICA DELLE MARCHE
COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH AND LEACHING BEHAVIOR OF MORTAR PREPARED BY USING CEMENT AND WOOD ASH Gabriele Fava, Tarun R. Naik, Giacomo Moriconi.
e343
Japan Dr. Shigeru TAKAHASHI Japan Cement Association
THE STATE OF CONSERVATION OF ENERGY AND USAGE OF WASTES IN CEMENT PLANTS IN JAPAN
e256
Japan Dr. Takatsune KIKUTA TOHOKU UNIVERSITY
EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON COMBINED EFFECTS OF FIBER MIX ON TENSILE PROPERTIES OF HYBRID FIBER REINFORCED CEMENTITIOUS COMPOSITES
e471 Japan Dr. Tetsushi Kanda Kajima Technical Research Institute Experimental Investigation for Improving Shrinkage Cracking Resistance of BFS Blended Cement Concrete Exposed to Hot Environment
e140
Japan Dr. Yusuke BABA BASF Japan Ltd.
Fundamental Properties of Low Viscosity Self Compacting Concrete with Superplasticizer that Contains Innovative Viscosity Modifying Admixture
e274
Japan Mr. Akihiko HAYASHI Hiroshima University
Differences in the Desorption Properties of Heavy Metals from Cement Hydrates in Various Chloride Solutions
e89
Japan Mr. Irfan Prasetia Kanazawa University
The Mitigating Effect of ASR Expansion in Pc Girder and Pca Product Using High-Quality Fly Ash
e122
Japan Mr. Keisuke TAKAHASHI UBE Industries
Development of Injection Grout Containing Classified Fly Ash and its Application in Repair and Rehabilitation Methods
e315
Japan Mr. Khawaja Adeel Tariq Saitama University
Behavior of Cement Treated Sand under Large Deformations
e279
Japan Mr. Makoto YAMADA Tohoku Univeresity
Evaluation of Self-Healing Capability to Enhance Durability with Different Types FRCC
e46
Japan Mr. Shohei KIMURA Mitsubishi Materials Corporation
Study of Environmental Friendly Concrete Using Ground Granulated Blast-Furnace Slag Blended Cement with Limestone Powder
e271
Japan Mr. Sukmin KWON Tohoku Univeresity
Experimental study on mechanical properties of ultra high performance hybrid fiber reinforced cement-based composites
e319
Japan Mr. Takuya NAKAZAWA Tokyo Institute of Technology
Rheological Property and Microstructure of High Strength Cement with Blast Furnace Slag Considering Packing Fraction of Particles
e334
Japan Mr. Wataru SASAKI Sumitomo Mitsui Construction Co., Ltd.
Development of High-Strength Fiber Reinforced Concrete for Highly Durable Bridge Structures
e166
Japan Mr. Yotaro INOUE JFE Steel Corporation
Properties of hydrated hardened solids made of iron and steel slag exposed in sea area for 5 years
e60
Japan Ms. Ayumi SATOH Gifu University
Mechanisms for Enhanced Adhesive Performance of the Interfacial Layer between Patched Repair Materials and Concrete Substrate
e253
Japan Ms. Kanako MORI Taiheiyo Cement Corporation
Performance of ternary blended cement systems suitable for ultrahigh strength concrete
e549 Japan Prof. Hidenobu Tokushige Akita University Internal and Surface Damage of Porous Concrete Containing Natural Zeolite Subjected to Freezing and Thawing Action
e21
Japan Prof. Kazuyuki Torii Kanazawa University
The Effective Utilization of Good-quality Flyashes Producing from Centrifugal Separation System in Ready-mixed Concrete Mixtures in Hokuriku District [Session In Honor of Prof. Hamada]
e145
Japan Prof. Shigeyoshi NAGATAKI Tokyo  Institute of Technology
Trend of Utilizing Silica Fume in Concrete and Japanese Industrial Standard (JIS A 6207)
e544 Japan Prof. Tatsuhiko SAEKI Niigata University Oxygen and Chloride Ion Diffusion in Concrete Using Silica Fume, Slag and Fly Ash
e408
Japan Prof. Yoshiharu HOSOKAWA University of Miyazaki
Basic Study on Effective Utilization of Newly Volcanic Ash from Mt. Shinmoedake into Concrete 
e159
Lebanon Dr. Elie Awwad Freelancer
Concrete Masonry Blocks Reinforced with Local Industrial Hemp Fibers and Hurds
e506 Malaysia Dr. Aamer Rafique Bhutta Universiti Teknologi Malaysia Strengthening RC Beams using Kenaf Fiber Reinforced Polymer Composite Laminates
e530 Malaysia Dr. Aamer Rafique Bhutta Universiti Teknologi Malaysia Study on Dry-Wet Cyclic Resistance of Geopolymer Mortars Using Blended Ash from Agro-Industrial Waste
e16
Malaysia Mr. Shervin Motamedi UiTM - University Technology Mara
POSSIBLE INDUCED ENHANCEMENT OF PFA ON GEOTECHNICAL PARAMETERS TO DECLINE ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARDS
f536 Netherlands Guang Ye Delft University of Technology Rice Hush Ash (RHA) as smart Materials to mitigate autogenous shrinkage in  high (ultra-high) performance concrete [Keynote Lecture]
e483 New Zealand Mr. Libo Yan The University of Auckland Compressive and Flexural Behaviour of Natural Flax Frp Tube Confined Coir Fibre Reinforced Concrete
e514 Poland Dr. Tomasz PONIKIEWSKI Silesian University of Technology The Rheological and Mechanical Properties of Self-Compacting Concrete with High Calcium Fly Ash
e71
Poland Prof. Michal Glinicki Institute of Fundamental Technological Research, Polish Academy of Sciences
Strength and Permeability of Concrete with CEM II and “CEM V” Cements Containing High Calcium Fly Ash [Session In Honor of Prof. Olek]
e523 Portugal Prof. Joana Sousa-Coutinho University of Porto Non Conventional Additions from Agricultural Waste
e182
Sweden Prof. Bjorn Lagerblad Swedish Cement and Concrete research Institute
Quality of fine materials from crushed rocks in sustainable concrete production
e93
Thailand Mr. Gritsada SUA-IAM Phranakhon Rajabhat University
Effect of limestone powder on the workability of self-compacting concrete incorporating high volume rice husk ash
f558 Turkey Dr. Cenk Karakurt Bilecik University Effect of Blended Cements with Natural Zeolite and Industrial By-Products on ASR of Concrete
e516 United Kingdom Dr. Agnieszka J Klemm Glasgow Caledonian University Combined Effect of Polymeric Fibres and Sap on the Performance of Repair Mortars
e99
United Kingdom Dr. Eshmaiel Ganjian Coventry University
Low carbon foot print binders for paving blocks
e548 United Kingdom Dr. Jun Ren University College London Effect of Separate Addition Methods of Lignosulfonate Superplasticiser on the Rheological Behaviour of Alkali Activated Slags
e107
United Kingdom Dr. Mohamed Osmani Loughborough University
Strength of recycled concrete made from plasterboard and glass reinforced plastic waste
e399
United Kingdom Dr. Sunday Nwaubani Anglia Ruskin University
Properties of Low-Carbon Cements Based on Low-Alumina Waste Slags and Phosphorgypsum Dihydrate
e181
United Kingdom Mr. Adel Abdollahzadeh University of Cambridge
Characterisation of Reactive Magnesia-PC-Slag Pastes
e76
United Kingdom Mr. Fei Jin University of Cambridge
Effect of the characteristics of MgO on the hydration of MgO-activated granulated ground blast-furnace slag paste
e113
United Kingdom Mr. Sevket Bostanci Kingston University
Contribution of composite cements in reducing embodied CO2
e106
United Kingdom Prof. Hassan Al Nageim Liverpool John Moores University
New Cementitious materials for sustainable construction
e489 United Kingdom Prof. Marios Nicou Soutsos Queen's University Belfast Research and Development of Sustainable Construction Products  [Session In Honor of Prof.BASHEER]
e75
United Kingdom Prof. Peter Claisse Coventry University
Progress with CEM-Zero
e375
United States Dr. Charles Weiss USACE Engineer Research & Development Center
Bio-inspired Layered Aggregate Concrete with Increased Flexural Strength
e526 United States Dr. Narayanan Neithalath Arizona State University Hydration and Property Development in Ternary Blends Containing Limestone Powder  [Session In Honor of Prof. Olek]
e379
United States Mr. Christopher Moore USACE Engineer Research & Development Center
Field Demonstration of Chemically-Bound Soil Technology Incorporating Local Materials and a Geopolymeric Binder
e7
United States Mr. Kemal Celik University of California, Berkeley
A comparative study of self-consolidating concretes incorporating either high volume natural pozzolan or high volume fly ash
e373
United States Ms. Shiho Kawashima Northwestern University
Influence of sonicated nanoCaCO3 in high volume fly ash cementitious materials [Session In Honor of Prof. Gettu]
e51
United States Prof. Alex Shin Louisiana State University and Southern University
Coefficient of Thermal Expansion for the Concrete Containing Fly Ash and Slag
e382
United States Prof. David Trejo Oregon State University
Morphological Transformation of Rice Husk Ash Using Chemical Processes: Influence on Early-Age Characteristics
e242
United States Prof. Katie Kuder Seattle University
Mechanical Performance of High Cement Replacement SCC for Composite Structural Applications
e38
United States Prof. nader Ghafoori University of Nevada Las vegas
IMPACT COMPACTED NON-CEMENT CONCRETE CONTAINING COAL COMBUSTION BY-PRODUCTS
e39
United States Prof. nader Ghafoori University of Nevada Las vegas
VIBRATORY-PLACED NON-CEMENT CONCRETE CONTAINING FLUIDIZED BED AND PULVERIZED COAL COMBUSTIONS RESIDUES
e515 United States Prof. Sulapha Peethamparan Clarkson University Characterization of Alkali Activated Slag Gel Using Nano-indentation [Session In Honor of Prof. Olek]
e518 United States Prof. Sulapha Peethamparan Clarkson University Role of Activator Type and Dosage on the Reaction Kinetics of Alkali-Activated Slag Pastes  [Session In Honor of Prof. Gettu]
e294 United States Prof. TARUN NAIK Univ. of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
DEVELOPMENT AND DEMONSTRATION OF HIGH-CARBON CCPS AND FGD BY-PRODUCTS IN PERMEABLE ROADWAY BASE CONSTRUCTION
e500 Viet Nam Dr. DONG VAN DAO University of Transport and Communications Investigation in Damage Behaviours of Geopolymer Mortar after Heating in Elevated Temperatures 

Ref. Country Name Affiliation Title of Paper
e31
Australia
Mr. Ion Dumitru
Boral Construction Materials
Constraints in Using Manufactured Sands in Concrete Pavements in Australia
e45 Brazil Dr. Liseane Padilha Thives Federal University of Santa Catarina State THE USE OF ASPHALT RUBBER MIXTURES TO IMPROVE PAVEMENT OVERLAYS
e380 Brazil Dr. Tha〓s Mayra de OLIVEIRA FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OF JUIZ DE FORA POTENTIAL USE OF GYPSUM AS RECYCLABLE MATERIAL
e41 Brazil Mr. Bruno Burigo UNIVALI VIABILITY OF PRODUCTION OF CONCRETE WITH LOWER CONSUMPTION OF CEMENT
e8 Brazil Prof. Teresa Maria Barbosa Federal University of Juiz de Fora Ecological Concrete
e508 China Prof. Zengfeng Yan Xi'an university of Architecture and Technology Thermal Environment of Chinese Residential Buildings with Different Thermal Insulation Materials in Hot-Summer-And-Cold-Winter Zone of China
e19 Egypt Dr. Yasser Rifat Tawfic Minia university, Faculty of Engineering Fresh and Hardened Properties of a Highly Workable Concrete
e513 India Dr. JANARDHANA MAGANTI JNTUH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING Compatibility of  Sulphonated  Naphthalene  Formaldehyde and Lignosulphonates Based Superplasticizer with Portland Slag Cements [Session in Honor of Prof. Gettu]
e451 India Mr. Banti Gedam BANTI INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE AN APT MATERIAL MODEL TO PREDICT CREEP AND SHRINKAGE BEHAVIOR OF HPC CONCRETE
e504 India Mr. Rajha Rajeswaran chithan Velammal Engineering College Life Cycle Costing and Sustainability Evaluation of Fly Ash --- Ferrocement  Structural Elements
e482 India Mr. Sumanth Reddy C National Institute of Technology Strength and Durability Aspects of A Sustainable Self Compacting Concrete Made from Buidling Demolished Waste
e37 India Prof. Pandurang Jayateerth Sasturkar P.D.A. College of Engineering. Fibre Reinforced Concrete Composite Material-A New Sustainable Option for Construction to Mitigate Earthquakes
f540 Iran Dr. Mohammad Alizadeh Kharaazi Sharif University of Technology Natural Stone Waste Powder as filler for SCC
e186 Iraq Dr. Zainab Ziad Ismail Baghdad University Environmental friendly concrete using giant reed as undesirable wild species
e55 Japan Dr. Atsushi UENO Tokyo Metropolitan University Properties of Extremely Dry Concrete made with Eco-cement and Recycled Coarse Aggregate
e398 Japan Dr. Daiki ATARASHI Tokyo Institute of Technology STUDY ON CEMENT RECYCLING SYSTEM  USING SODIUM GLUCONATE
e136 Japan Dr. Hideaki SAKAI Centra Nippon Expressway Company Limited Reduction of Environmental Impacts and Enhancement of Durability by Application of Portland Blast-furnace Slag Cement to Bridges
e126 Japan Dr. Hirokazu TANAKA SHIMIZU CORPORATION Prediction of Chloride ion Penetration for Concrete Impregnated with Silane Water-repellent Material
e260 Japan Dr. Tadatsugu KAGE Building Research Institute 高炉スラグ細骨材の混合率を変化させたコンクリートの調合および強度発現に関する研究
e354 Japan Dr. Tetsuya ISHIDA The University of Tokyo Modeling of Coupled Mass Transport and Chemical Equilibrium in Cement-Solidified Soil Contaminated with Heavy Metal Ion [Session in Honor of Prof. Kawai]
e263 Japan Mr. Atsushi YATAGAI DC CO., LTD. PROPERTIES OF CONCRETE WITH BLAST-FURNACE SLAG CEMENT MADE FROM CLINKER WITH ADJUSTED MINERAL COMPOSITION
e172 Japan Mr. Keisaburo KATANO Obayashi corporation Properties and Application of Concrete Made with Sea Water and Un-washed Sea Sand
e228 Japan Mr. Takumi SAWADA Penta-Ocean Construction co., ltd. Development of Steel Slag Hydrated Matrix with Performance of Anti-Washout
e277 Japan Ms. Sonoko ICHIMARU Ritsumeikan University Proposal on New Type of Porous Concrete Coexisting with Plants
e402 Japan Prof. Ikuo HIRASAWA Chubu University An Experimental Study on the Dynamic Capacity of Steel Fiber-reinforced Concrete Columns
e553 Japan Prof. Kenichiro NAKARAI Hiroshima University Effect of Pozzolan on Cement-bentonite Interaction in Nuclear Waste Management [Session in Honor of Prof. Kawai]
e120 Japan Prof. Masahiro HYODO Tottori University A Study on strength of self-disintegration vegetation base mixing unused resource and expansive admixture [Session in Honor of Prof. Kawai]
e366 Japan Prof. Mitsuhiro SHIGEISHI Kumamoto University Pulsed Power Application to Production of Recycled Aggregate
e101 Japan Prof. Shin-ichi IGARASHI Kanazawa University Relationship between surface hardness and capillary pore structure in cement paste treated with a silicate-based surface penetrant
e555 Japan Prof. Yasutaka SAGAWA Kyushu University Properties of Concrete with GGBS and its Applications for Bridge Superstructures [Session in Honor of Prof. Hamada]
e320 Japan Prof. Yuko OGAWA Hiroshima University Effect of porous ceramic coarse aggregate on strength development of high-strength fly ash concrete
e448 Kenya Mr. Maurice Akech OTIENO Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture & Technology Sustainable Construction  Materials and Technologies  for GSM Telecommunication Industry
f537 Kuwait Mr. Osama Al-Shamali KISR Utilzation of Rubber Aggregate in Concrete Mix Application
e158 Lebanon Dr. Elie Awwad Freelancer An Analytical Model for Hemp-Reinforced Concrete
e503 Malaysia Dr. CHEEMING CHAN UNIVERSITI TUN HUSSEIN ONN MALAYSIA Interaction between Physical and Mechanical Properties of Clay Bricks Admixed with Cement - Natural Fibres
e522 Netherlands Ms. shohre shahnoori Delft University of Technology The Meaning of Local Opportunities and Limitations for the Global Evaluation of Sustainability of Materials, with the Case of Concrete
e413 Spain Prof. Enric Vazquez Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya Improvement of the durability of concrete with recycled aggregates in chloride exposed environment
e521 Spain Prof. Miren Etxeberria Universitat Politecnica de CatalunyaBarcelona Tech Application of Low Grade Recycled Aggregates for Non-Structural Concrete Production in Barcelona City
e196 Thailand Dr. Bunpote Matrajumroonkul Siam Research and Innovation Co.,Ltd. The Influence of High Alumina Cement and Natural Anhydrite towards Decorative Floor White Cement Mortar
e91 Thailand Mr. Apichit KRAJANGYAO Phranakorn Rajabhat University Low temperature cement-based brick production incorporating high alumina waste using microwave energy: microstructure and mechanical properties
f557 Turkey Dr. Abdullah Demir Dumlupınar University Utilization of Crushed Autoclaved Aerated Concrete as Aggregate in Concrete
e230 United States Dr. Bruce William Ramme We Energies ”Eco-Pad” An In-Situ Mixed High Recycled Content Concrete Pavement
e109 United States Dr. EricP Koehler Verifi Ready Mix Production Methods for Improving the Sustainability of Concrete
e49 United States Dr. John Zachar Milwaukee School of Engineering An Investigation of the Suitability of Pottery Cull for Aggregate Replacement in Concrete
e50 United States Mr. Jacob Wurtz Milwaukee School of Engineering An Investigation of the Effects of Aggregate Replacement with Pottery Cull in Concrete
e111 United States Dr. ZiadM Salameh ZSLLC Use of Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete (GFRC) for Sustainable Rehabiliation of Historic Buildings
e293 United States Mr. nicologiuseppe bini binishells Binishells; a Greener, Faster, Stronger and More Affordable Way to Build
e410 United States Mr. Samuel TYSON Federal Highway Administration SUSTAINABLE AND LONG-LIFE PRECAST PRESTRESSED CONCRETE PAVEMENTS
e296 United States Prof. TARUNR NAIK Univ. of Wisconsin-Milwaukee CO2 SEQUESTRATION IN FOAMED  CONTROLLED LOW STRENGTH MATERIALS

Ref. Country Name Affiliation Title of Paper
e495 Algeria Dr. Mohamed Dahli Universite; Mouloud Mammeri Insulation Materials with Sawdust, Olive Husk and Cardboard-Paper (Cellulose)
e32
Australia
Mr. IonDumitru Song
Boral Construction Materials
Field Trials Using Recycled Glass as Natural Sand Replacement and Powder Glass as Cementitious Materials Replacement in Concrete Pavements
e304 China Mr. Shuo Yang Kyushu University EVALUATING THE IMPACTS OF THERMAL TREATMENT AND COOLING PROCESS ON THE CHLORIDE BEHAVIOR IN MSWI BOTTOM ASH PRODUCTS
e185 China Prof. Jianzhuang Xiao Tongji University Review on Recycled Aggregate Concrete in Past 15 Years in China [Keynote Lecture]
e435 India Mr. AKSHAY MANE Maharashtra institute of technology COMPOSITION AND METHOD FOR PRODUCING HARD ECO PAVING ARTICLE
e5 Iran Dr. Javad Torkaman University of Guilan Study of  rice waste as raw material for manufacturing of fiber- cement Board
e4 Italy Dr. Chiara Guerrieri Polytechnic of Turin Characterization of compressed earth blocks using lactic casein and corn gluten meal as natural low-cost energy stabilizers
e164 Japan Dr. Hiroshi Asai Sumitomo Mitsui Construction Co.,Ltd. Mechanical Properties of Prestressed Ultra High Strength Concrete beam with a Molten Slag as Fine Aggregate
e344 Japan Dr. Kazuto FUKUDOME HAZAMA Corporation Study on the feasibility of FA-Sand premixed sand and fly-ash
e213 Japan Mr. Takayuki FUKUNAGA DENKI KAGAKU KOGYO KABUSHIKI KAISHA Study on fixing heavy metals by cementitious materials with municipal waste combustion ash, ordinary Portland cement, blast furnace slag and anhydrite
e283 Japan Mr. 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
e114 Japan Mr. Yusuke UCHIDA Tokyo Metropolitan University 廃棄プラスチック容器を用いた軽量多機能コンクリートについての研究
e459 Japan Mr. Yusuke UCHIDA Tokyo Metropolitan University A Study on Lightweight Multifunctional Concrete Made Using Waste PET bottles
e480 Japan Mr. Yusuke UCHIDA Tokyo Metropolitan University Strength Properties of Precast Concrete Member Containing Waste Pet Bottles
e90 Japan Prof. Satoru ISHIGURO Mie University Heat Control of Pavement Surface Temperature Using Recycle Material
e427 Thailand Dr. Rattapoohm Parichatprecha Srinakhariwirot University MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF CEMENT-BONDED COMPOSITE BOARD PRODUCED FROM ASEPTIC CARTON WASTE
e3 United Kingdom Dr. Alan Richardson Northumbria University Sea shells used as partial aggregate replacement in concrete
e108 United Kingdom Dr. HseinYang Kew Kingston University The Potential Use of Recycled Rubber Tyres in Concrete
e364 Czech Prof. Jiri BROZOVSKY Brno University of Technology The use of non-destructive ultrasonic pulse testing methods for evaluation of parameters of bricks
e474 Italy Dr. Maria Antonia Barucco Universita'; IUAV di Venezia Semantic Innovation: A Driver for the Innovation of Construction Materials
e429 Italy Prof. Giacomo Moriconi Università Politecnica delle Marche USE OF PHOTOCATALYTIC PRODUCTS FOR SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION DEVELOPMENT
e340 Korea Prof. Jin-Keun Kim KAIST (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) Prediction of Temperature and Aging Effects on The Properties of Concrete [Session In Honor of Prof. Gettu]
e481 Slovenia Mr. Lojze Bevc Slovenian Building and Civil Engineering Institute The Importance of Good Design, Maintenance and on-Time Repair Work for Long Service Life of Structures
e286 United State Prof. TarunR Naik University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee Geopolymer Concrete for Sustainable Developments: Opportunities, Limitations, and Future Needs

Ref. Country Name Affiliation Title of Paper
f541  Canada
Dr. Rishi Gupta
British Columbia Institute of Technology
Non-Traditional Pervious Concrete System to Mamnage Storm Water Run-Off in Urban Neibourhoods: a Pilot Study
e183  Canada
Ms. Amy Jenkins Swan
University of British Columbia
Sustainable Compressed Earth Blocks: Testing of and Alternative Stabilizer
e370 Canada Prof. Yixin Shao McGill University CO2 utilization in concrete [Keynote Lecture]
e378 China Mr. Bruno Christie D'Souza BASF China Company Ltd Applications of Smart Dynamic Concrete [Session in Honor of Prof. Gettu]
f535 Czech Republic Dr. Jiri Zach Brno University of Technology Possibilities of development of advanced ceramic blocks for external masonry structures of low energy and passive constructions
e152 Czech Republic Mr. Tomas Melichar Brno University of Technology Study on the utilization of waste from manufacture of cement-bonded particleboards in their re-production
e231 France Dr. Thierry CHAUSSADENT IFSTTAR Innovative solutions for the use of high sulfate content materials as aggregates for concrete
e224 France Ms. Laurie KARIM University of Paris 7 Diderot New components with PCM integrated in floors for thermal management of buildings
e153 Indonesia Prof. Tjaronge Muhammad Wihardi Hasanuddin University INFLUENCE OF WATER IMMERSION ON PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF POROUS ASPHALT CONTAINING LIQUID ASBUTON AS BITUMINOUS ASPHALT BINDER [Session in Honor of Prof. Hamada]
e221 Iran Ms. Fatemeh Alapour Amirkabir university of technology Compressive strength of fly ash geopolymer paste designed by Taguchi method
e502 Italy Dr. Stefania Manzi University of Bologna Sulfur Concrete and Durability: A Preliminary Study
e520 Italy Prof. Maria Chiara Bignozzi University of Bologna Thermal Stability and Microstructure Analysis  of Inorganic Polymer Binder Based on Italian and Australian Fly Ash  
e300 Japan Dr. Harutake IMOTO BASF Construction Chemicals Asia Pacific Effect of a newly developed hardening accelerator on the environmental impact reduction of concrete
e325 Japan Dr. Makoto TANIMURA Taiheiyo Cement Corporation Reduction of Autogenous Shrinkage of Ultra-High-Strength Concrete Containing Silica Fume-Premix Cement
e220 Japan Dr. yoshihiko TAKADA Hanshin Expressway company limited A STUDY OF MIX PROPORTION AND QUALITY CONTROL OF POROUS CONCRETE PAVEMENT USED ON URBAN EXPRESSWAY TUNNEL
e407 Japan Dr. Zhuguo LI Yamaguchi University Geopolymer concrete, innovative eco-construction material: state of the art and perspectives [Session in Honor of Prof. Kawai]
e268 Japan Mr. Nobuaki YOSHIURA Sumitomo Mitsui Construction Co., Ltd. Development of low-elasticity high-ductility fiber-reinforced cementitious composite for use in PC girder connecting slabs
e227 Japan Mr. Shinichiro TAKAI MURAMOTO CORPORATION Research on mortar added conductive property materials ; Its conductivity and absorbency for electromagnetic ray
e69 Japan Prof. Tae-Ho Ahn The University of Tokyo Development of new repair materials with self-healing capability for concrete infrastructures
e57 Japan Prof. Takeshi KATSUMI Kyoto University Recycling Materials in Geotechnical Applications [Keynote Lecture]
e477 Korea Dr. Taehoon Koh Korea Railroad Research Institute Field Performance and Durability of Eco-Friendly Prestressed Concrete Sleeper
e13 Kuwait Mr. HassanJ. Karam Kuwait Institute for Scintific research EFFECT OF USING MAGNETIZED WATER ON CONCRETE PROPERTIES
e383 Malaysia Mr. M.R Karim University Kebangsaan Malaysia On the Utilization of Pozzolanic Wastes as Alternative Resource of Binding Material
e554 Singapore Dr. Jun-Yan Wang National University of Singapore Use of Shrinkage Reducing Admixture to Improve Flexural Performance of Green Ultra Lightweight Cement Composites [Session in Honor of Prof. Olek]
e52 Singapore Dr. Volodymyr Ivanov Nanyang Technological University Biocement as Sustainable Construction Material
e389 Switzerland Dr. Alvaro Garcia Empa Influence of two types of emulsions and two types of cementitious materials on the properties of cold mix asphalt
e478 Taiwan Dr. Wen-Yih Kuo National Cheng Kung University Freezing and De-Icing Salt Resistance of Concretes Containing Organo-Modified Reservoir Sludge  
e432 Taiwan Prof. Yeou-Fong Li National Taipei University of Technology Finite element analysis and three-point bending test of BFRP bridge deck
e24 Turkey Dr. Mehmet Fatih Altan Hasan Kalyoncu University Straw bale houses: a quick solution to accommodation problem
e22 United Kingdom Dr. Alanelliott Richardson Northumbria University Crack repairs to concrete using sustainable bacterial mortar
e507 United Kingdom Mr. Hector Fabio Archila-Santos University of Bath Low Carbon Engineered Bamboo Panels for Structural Applications in Construction
e74 United Kingdom Prof. Peter A Claisse Coventry University A non-destructive test for the strength of bamboo
e397 United States Dr. Aleksandra Radlinska The Pennsylvania State University Shrinkage Characteristic of Alkali-Activated Slag Cements  [Session in Honor of Prof. Olek]
e400 United States Dr. Charles E Pierce University of South Carolina A Review of Recycled Organic Aggregate in Cement-Based Materials
e527 United States Dr. Narayanan Neithalath Arizona State University Reaction Kinetics in Alkali Activated Slag and Slag-Fly Ash Blends [Session in Honor of Prof. Gettu]
e133 United States Mr. Christopher Ryan Shearer Georgia Insitute of Technology Gel Characterization and Thermal Behavior of Co-fired Fly Ash Geopolymers

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e365
Belgium
Mr. Philip Van den Heede
Magnel Laboratory for Concrete Research
Influence of crack width limitation on the service life prediction and life cycle assessment of traditional and high-volume fly ash concrete beam structures
e433 Canada Mr. AdelR. ZAKI SNC-LAVALIN Sustainable Rehabilitation of the Princess Margaret Bridge 
e332 Czech Dr. Radomir PUKL Cervenka Consulting Reduction of damages influencing service life of concrete structures
e468 France Dr. Franck Taillandier Universite Bordeaux 1 - I2M/GCE Multicriteria Decision Analysis for the Choice of Timber in Building Structures
e62 Iraq Dr. Dallshad Khidhir BZENI University of Salahaddin Estimating Strength of SCC Using Non-Destructive Tests Combined Method
e411 Italy Dr. Alessandro Pasquale FANTILLI Politecnico di Torino Eco-Mechanical Index for Recycled Aggregate Concrete (RAC)
e273 Japan Dr. Makoto YAMAGUCHI Kumamoto University Flexural performance of bamboo reinforced concrete beams using bamboo as main rebar and stirrups
e169 Japan Dr. Senanayaka Vidhanage Thilanka Janaka Perera Saitama University Flexural Behavior of Composite Girders Consisting of Hybrid FRP and Precast Ultra High-Strength Fiber-Reinforced Concrete Slabs
e467 Japan Dr. Yusuke KURIHASHI Muroran Institute of Technology Experimental Study on Impact Resistant Capacity for Full-Scale Rc Girders Mixed with Pva Short-Fiber
e278 Japan Mr. Hiroyuki MUSHA TAISEI CORPORATION Sustainable UHPFRC Structures in JAPAN and its Durability Performance
e349 Japan Mr. Kazuhiro NISHIMURA Sumitomo Mitsui Construction Co., Ltd. Construction of precast segment bridge with consideration of biodiversity coservation  -The New Tomei Expressway Matoba Viaduct in Japan-
e246 Japan Mr. kazuhiro SAKUMA Hiroshima University SHEAR STRENGTHS OF PC BEAMS MADE WITH ULTRA HIGH STRENGTH CONCRETE(UHSC) USING POROUS CERAMIC AGGREGATE (PCA) MADE FROM ROOF MATERIAL WASTE
e214 Japan Mr. Kei MURODA Sumitomo Mitsui Construction Co., Ltd. Development and practical application of slab connection system for PC girders using low-elasticity high-ductility fiber-reinforced cementitious composite
e222 Japan Mr. Kenichi Kata Sumitomo Mitsui Construction Co., Ltd. Construcion Of A Butterfry Web Bridge(Takubogawa Bridge)
e177 Japan Prof. Noritaka MOROHASHI Nihon University Bond Properties of Field-exposed Beams with Medium-quality Recycled Coarse Aggregate and Melt-solidified Slag Aggregate
e189 Japan Prof. Takeshi OSHIRO University of the Ryukyus Technical Development of Highly Durable Pre-tension PC Beam
e251 Japan Prof. Yuping SUN Kobe University Seismic Performance and Evaluation of Fly-Ash Concrete Columns
e219 Spain Prof. JOSE TURMO UPC BarcelonaTech Improving the Sustainability of Concrete Bridge Construction [Session in Honor of Prof. Gettu]
e18 Sweden Dr. Ylva Edwards Swedish Cement and Concrete Research Institute Corroding problems at biological treatment plants - Conrete needs protection
e97 Turkey Dr. AhmetNecati Yelgin Sakarya University The Structural Behavior of Composite Beams with Prefabricated Reinforced Concrete Plate (Connection with Bolt) in Zone Negative Moment
e98 Turkey Dr. AhmetNecati Yelgin Sakarya University The Structural Behavior of Composite Beams with Prefabricated Reinforced Concrete Plate (in Zone Positive Moment)
e191 Turkey Prof. Zehra Canan GIRGIN Yildiz Technical University ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT AND COST RELATION OF CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS FOR SUSTAINABLE BUILDINGS
e235 United Kingdom Mr. Arastoo Hedayatnasab Kingston University London Assessment of Structural Performance of Equal Compressive Strength Concretes Made with Coarse Recycled Aggregate
e401 United States Dr. Upul Attanayake Western Michigan University SUSTAINABILITY THROUGH ACCELERATED BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION, DURABILITY PERFORMANCE MONITORING, AND DECONSTRUCTION

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e431
India
Ms. Kadambari Uthayasankar
Indian Institute of Technology Madras
Ssutainability Study of Highway Pavements [Session in Honor of Prof. Gettu]

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e439 Japan
Mr. Hideo Matsushima
Dainichi Consultant Inc
Bridge Repair Method in Ethiopia
e476 Philippines Prof. Andres Winston Coronel ORETA De La Salle University Life Cycle Analysis and "Structural Sustainability Index" for Housing Units in the Philippines

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 e556 Australia
Dr. Alek Samarin
Univ. of Technology Sydney
Use of Concrete as a Biological Shield from Ionising Radiation Some aspects of the Utilisation of Nuclear Energy and its feasibility and Sustainability

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 e387 Algeria
Dr. Abdelhalim BENOUIS
Universit of may 8, 1945
EFFECT OF ADDITIVES ON MORTAR担 DURABILITY
e198 Australia Mr. Farhad Nabavi University of Technology Sydney (UTS) Experimental Study on Durability of Polymer-Concrete Composites Exposed to Marine Environment
e361 Belgium Mr. Mathias Maes Ghent University Resistance of cracked concrete to chloride attack
e143 China Mr. Gu LI The University of Hong Kong Packing Density Measurement of Concrete Mix by A Wet Packing Method
e266 Egypt Dr. hanan hussein eltobgy Benha University Durability of Steel Fiber-Reinforced Concrete Filled Steel Tube Columns Under Eccentric Loads
e470 France Mr. Mathieu Preteseille IFSTTAR Fatigue Behavior in Flexure of Treated Soils
e307 India Dr. VYASARAO ANEGONDI NATTERU Ambuja cement Ltd Microfine Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag for High Performance Concrete [Session In Honor of Prof. Gettu]
e404 Iran Dr. Mahdi Mahdikhani AmirKabir Uni. of Tech. Investigation the Effects of Nano-Silica Colloidal Solutions on Fresh Properties of Self Consolidating Mortars
e386 Iran Mr. Ali Kazemian Amirkabir University of Technology Influence of Iranian low-activity slag and silica fume on the fresh properties and durability of high performance self-consolidating concrete
e450 Iran Mr. Babak Ahmadi Amirkabir University of Technology A study on the durability of cracked reinforced concrete beams exposed to chloride environment
e524 Iran Mr. Hamed Abedi Iran University of Science and Technology Effect of Design Aggregate Structure on Durability of Hot Mix Asphalt Pavements
e115 Iran Ms. SOLMAZ atarodi Amirkabir University of Technology Durability of concretes containing ground granulated blast furnace slag against sulfate attack
e229 Ireland Mr. ParaicCain Ryan Trinity College Dublin Self Compacting Concrete Durability Options for Chloride Rich Environments  [Session In Honor of Prof. BASHEER]
e204 Japan Dr. Hideaki TANIGUCHI Japan Prestressed Concrete Contractors Association CHARACTERISTICS OF CONCRETE USING GROUND GRANULATED BLAST-FURNACE SLAG
e248 Japan Dr. Morio KURITA Shimizu Corporation Environmental Durability of Hybrid FRP Girder
e311 Japan Dr. Naoko Tschiya Building Reseach Institute Quick movement of the moisture contents around the crack of the concrete under unsaturated condition
e225 Japan Dr. Takayuki FUMOTO Kinki University Influence of Powder in Fine Aggregate on Drying Shrinkage of Mortar
e484 Japan Mr. Kanemasa Nomaguchi Plastics Lining Association The Recent Progress of Protecting Engineering for Cement Concrete.
e272 Japan Mr. Kentaro KOIKE Kagoshima University Effects of moisture condition and internal water movement on penetration property of chloride ion in concrete
e252 Japan Mr. Kohei EGUCHI Kagoshima University A STUDY ON DURABILITY OF BLAST FURNACE CEMENT CONCRETE MIXED WITH METAKAOLIN-BASED ARTIFICIAL POZZOLAN IN ACTUAL MARINE ENVIRONMENT
e276 Japan Mr. Mwangi Martin Macharia Hiroshima University Application of Roof Tile Waste-Coarse Aggregate to Reinforced Concrete Beam as an Internal Curing Material
e160 Japan Mr. nozomu SOMEYA Tokyo University of science Effect of application timing of surface penetrants on the mass transport properties of concrete
e446 Japan Mr. Ryoichi KAWANAKA P.S. Mitsubishi Concstruction Co.,Ltd A study of drying shrinkage for securing durability of PC bridge
e147 Japan Mr. Tomoya YUI Tokyo Institute of Technology Degradation Behavior of Epoxy Lining Materials under Corrosive Conditions Intended for Biomass Gas Plant
e287 Japan Mr. WEI ZHANG The University of Tsukuba Local Bond Stress - Slip Model between CFRP Plate and Concrete under Fatigue Loading
e498 Japan Mr. Yasushi KOBAYASHI TOKYO ELECTRIC POWER COMPANY Evaluation for Apparent Diffusion Coefficient of Concrete including Unsaturated Region
e301 Japan Mr. Yusuke HAYASHI Shinko Wire Company Characteristics of Developed High-Strength Prestressing Strand
e66 Japan Prof. Hidenori TANAKA Gunma National College of Technology Ultimate Strength and Fatigue Life of Concrete Members Reinforced with Carbon Fiber Sheet Based on Continuum Damage Mechanics [Session in Honor of Prof. Hamada]
e240 Japan Prof. Hiroshi Yokota Hokkaido University Corrosion of Steel Fiber and Its Effect on Tension-Softening Behavior of Ultra High Strength Fiber Reinforced Concrete
e142 Japan Prof. Kenji MOTOHASHI Shibaura Institute of Technology Evaluation Methods of Concrete Carbonation Suppressive Performance of Surface Coating Materials [Keynote Lecture]
e43 Malaysia Dr. CheahChee Ban Universiti Sains Malaysia The durability properties of high performance mortar with HCWA-DSF supplementary binder
e194 Saudi Arabia Dr. MIqbal Khan King Saud University An Experimental and Numerical Study of Impact Resistance of Date-leaf Fiber Reinforced Concrete
e417 Turkey Dr. NiyaziUgur KOCKAL Akdeniz University EFFECT OF WASTE MATERIALS ON THE PROPERTIES OF MORTARS
e167 Turkey Dr. Perviz Ahmedzade Ege University Modification of Bitumen by Recycled Post-Consumer Low Density Polyethylene with Surface Activated Using Air Ion Irradiation
e47 United Kingdom Mr. FARHATI ABUBAKER The University of Sheffield Investigation of  Concrete - Clay Interaction with Regard to Thaumasite form of Sulphate Attack
e297 United States Prof. TARUNR NAIK Univ. of Wisconsin-Milwaukee HIGH-DURABILITY CONCRETE USING HIGH-CARBON FLY ASH AND PULP MILL RESIDUALS

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e321  Algeria
Dr. Abdelmalek BRAHMA
University Saâd Dahlab
ON THE EVOLUTION OF ENDOGENOUS SHRINKAGE OF PORTLAND CEMENT PASTES
e187 China Prof. Zhen He Wuhan University Research on the abrasion resistance of concrete with nano-SiO2, super-fine slag and rubber powder
e223 France Ms. Bouthaina LARBI CEA, DEN, DPC, SECR, Laboratoire Link between microstructure and tritiated water diffusivity in mortars
e368 Germany Mr. Kasra Shafiei Technische Universität Berlin New Approaches for Impermeable and Acid Resistant Concrete
e388 Germany Mr. Mohamed Attia Abd Elrahman Technical University of Berlin Influence of hydrothermal conditions on the durability and microstructure of HPC containing fine fly ash
e529 India Prof. Pasla Dinakar Indian Institute of Technology Bhubaneswar Development Of High Strength High Performance Concrete  Using Indian Metakaolin [Session In Honor of Prof. Gettu]
e391 Iran Dr. Mahmoud Nili Bu-Ali Sina University The Required Air Content and Pre-hardening Time to Prevent Frost Damage of Concrete at Early Ages
e462 Iran Mr. ali pourjavadi Amirkabir University of Technology Effect of Slag Cement and Entrained Air Voids on Mechanical properties and Salt Scaling Resistance of Concrete
e130 Iran Mr. hesam madani K.N.Toosi University of Technology The aggregation status of nanosilicas and silica fume
e310 Iran Ms. Mansooreh Zamanidoost Shahid Rajaee Teacher Training University (SRTTU) Effect of Kaolin and Silica Fume烹ased Geopolymers on Mechanical Properties and Durability of Concrete
e171 Japan Dr. Kenji SASAKI NAGASAKI University Transport properties of steam curing concrete using mineral admixtures
e30 Japan Dr. Takashi FUJII Okayama University Effect of type of fine aggregate on the resistance of concrete to sulfuric acid attack
e102 Japan Dr. 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
e337 Japan Dr. Yuki SAKOI Hachinohe Institute of Thecnology Study on Drying Shrinkage of Concrete used Ferronickel Slag as Aggregate
e313 Japan Mr. Takehiro Misaka Sato Kogyo Co.,LTD 直流比抵抗によるコンクリートの養生終了時期の判断手法に関する検討 
e250 Japan Mr. YUICHI FUKUDOME Kagoshima University A Study on Chloride Binding Property of Concrete using CaO・2Al2O3 as Admixture
e345 Japan Mr. Yuya TAKAHASHI The University of Tokyo Modeling of Chloride Ion Ingress and Liquid Water Movement in Mortars and Concretes with Low Water-to-Cement Ratio
e264 Japan Prof. Masayuki TSUKAGOSHI The University of Tokushima Durability of Concrete Composites Containing Fly Ash and Blast Furnace Slag for Use in Precast Concrete Products
e95 Japan Prof. Shunsuke HANEHARA Iwate University The evaluation of salt scaling of concrete by freezing and thawing test method with small sample and the effect of magnesium salt on salt scaling
e437 Pakistan Ms. SAMIA ALI University of Engineering and Technology Utilization of industrial solid wastes in the composition of concrete
e381 Portugal Mr. Ehsan Ghafari coimbra uni Effect of Nano Materials on the Chloride Migration Coefficient of UHPC
e58 United Kingdom Dr. Yu Wang University of Salford Experimental Study of the Durability of Glass Powder Concrete
e33 United Kingdom Mr. Ashraf Hamed Mohamed Abdalkader University of Sheffield The Effect of Chloride Concentration on Thaumasite Degradation in Cement Mortar
e48 United Kingdom Mr. Jumma M Abualgasem University of Sheffield The Effect of Wetting and Drying Cycles on Thaumasite Formation in Cement Mortars
e519 United States Mr. Zuhan Xi U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission Challenges on Long-Term Performance of Cementitious Material Systems Used for U.S. Nuclear Power Plants

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e265  Egypt
Dr. Hanan Hussein Eltobgy
Benha University
Effects of Outrigger truss Systems on the Collapse Limits of Steel Towers
e466 Greece Dr. KONSTANTINOS GIANNAKOS University of Thessaly Design, Durability and Long-Term Performance of Concrete Railway Sleepers
e510 India Ms. Smitha Gopinath CSIR-Structural Engineering Research Centre Neural Network Model to Predict the Remaining Life of Corroded RC Beams
e434 India Prof. Ravindra Gettu Indian Institute of Technology Madras Influence of Portland Pozzolana Cement on the Service Life of Reinforced Concrete under Chloride Attack [Session In Honor of Prof. BASHEER]
e341 Japan Dr. Kazuhito NIWASE JAPAN NUCLEAR FUEL LIMITED STUDY ON THE DURABILITY OF THE LOW DIFFUSION LAYER FOR SUB-SURF DISPOSAL FACILITIES IN JAPAN
e415 Japan Dr. KEISUKE MATSUKAWA Tokyo Institute of Technology A Case of Concrete Mixed with Seawater
e29 Japan Dr. Takashi FUJII Okayama University DURABILITY OF CONCRETE WITH LOW-HEAT PORTLAND BLAST FURNACE SLAG CEMENT AND BLAST FURNACE SLAG FINE AGGREGATE
e127 Japan Dr. Yuya SAKAI the University of Tokyo Evaluation of mass transfer resistance of concrete based on threshold pore size derived from air permeability test
e326 Japan Mr. Shunsuke OHNISHI Osaka Gas Co., ltd. LNG貯槽用PC外槽へのスリップフォーム工法の適用に際しての耐久性評価
e110 Russia Prof. Vyacheslav R. Falikman Scientific Research Centre "Construction" THE NEW RUSSIAN CODES 撤ROTECTION OF BUILDING STRUCTURES AGAINST CORROSION�

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 e306 France
Dr. Thierry VIDAL
LMDC (Laboratoire Mat〓riaux et Durabilit〓 des Constructions)
Effect of temperature on basic creep of High Performance Concretes heated between 20°C and 80°C
e112 Japan Dr. Chikao Sannoh Hokuriku Electric Power Company THE SUPPRESSING EFFECT OF FLY ASH ON ASR UNDER OUTDOOR EXPOSURE CONDITIONS AT THE SEASHORE
e358 Japan Dr. Ippei MARUYAMA Nagoya Univ. Properties change of hardened cement paste under drying condition
e201 Japan Dr. Takahiko AMINO TOA CORPORATION Long term Effects of Partial Section Repair Method applied to PC Girder damaged by Chloride Attack
e179 Japan Dr. Takashi HITOMI Obayashi co. A Study on the long term leaching property of highly fly-ash contained silica-fume cement by dipping water test
e267 Japan Dr. Takuya HASEGAWA Hokkaido University Study on drying shrinkage strain and water transportation in concrete with finishing materials
e257 Japan Dr. Toru YAMAJI Port and Airport Research Institute STUDY ON A DETERIORATION AND DETERIORATION INDICATOR OF CONCRETE UNDER MARINE ENVIRONMENTS [Session in Honor of Prof. Hamada]
e148 Japan Dr. Yoshikazu AKIRA Toyo Construction Co. Ltd. Study on Durability and Corrosion Protection Performance of Concrete Covering Method for Port Steel Structures [Session in Honor of Prof. Hamada]
e505 Japan Mr. Evdon Luzano Sicat Hokkaido University Total Strain Behavior of Mortar under Freeze-Thaw Cycles in Consideration of the Change in Coefficient of Thermal Expansion of Frost Damage Mortar
e292 Japan Mr. Kouji Onishi UBE Industries, LTD. Study on Alumina cement based sulfuric acid resistant mortar
e316 Japan Mr. Masahiko OHNO BASF Construction Chemicals Asia Pasific Durability testing of concrete containing Lignin, BNS or PCE based water reducing admixtures after 5 years exposure under various conditions
e116 Japan Mr. Shintaro Miyamoto Tohoku University A Study on the Reaction Mechanism of Hardened Cement chemically damaged by Mixed Acids
e162 Japan Mr. Shoji NOJIMA Nippon Expressway Research Institute Company Limited Durability of Fiber-reinforced Plastic by 12-years Exposure
e165 Japan Mr. Yasutomo UEKI Nippon Steel Blast-Furnace Slag Cement Co.,Ltd 高炉セメントにフライアッシュを添加したコンクリートの養生条件と耐久性の関係
e144 Japan Mr. Yutaka OOKAME Hiroshima University Study on Long Term Concrete Deterioration Due to Sulfuric Acid Attacks
e456 Japan Ms. Maki Kusunoki Tokyo University of Science Investigation of Deteriorations of Concrete Structures in Gunkan Island.
e460 Japan Ms. Reina HORII Tokyo University of Science Behavior analysis of cementitious wall - Full-scale house under real environmental conditions at Asahikawa and Tsukuba -
e117 Japan Ms. Rita Irmawaty Kyushu University DETERIORATION OF PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAMS DUE TO  COMBINED EFFECTS OF CARBONATION AND CHLORIDE ATTACK [Session in Honor of Prof. Hamada]
e178 Turkey Dr. Hulya Kus istanbul technical university Durability assessment of external renderings on AAC based on 10-year long-term monitoring data

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e105  Czech
Mr. Stanislav Rehacek
CTU in Prague
The Comparison of diferent Shaped Testing Specimens Relating to the Impact Resistance of Fibre Reinforced Concrete
e17 Italy Dr. Liberato Ferrara Politecnico di Milano Assessing the self healing capacity of cementitious composites via a fracture mechanics based testing technique [Session In Honor of Prof. Gettu]
e131 Italy Ms. Chiara Villani Purdue University Gas transport in concrete exposed to deicing salts  [Session In Honor of Prof. Olek]
e461 Japan Dr. Iwao SASAKI Public Works Research Institute Effect of application and curing conditions on the performance of concrete surface coating paints
e161 Japan Dr. Kiyofumi KURUMISAWA Hokkaido university Effect of microstructure and moisture content on electric conductivity of hardened cement paste
e44 Japan Mr. Eisuke NAKAMURA Public Works Research Institute Evaluation of Non-steady-state Migration Test for Measuring Chloride Diffusion Coefficient of Concrete
e473 Japan Mr. Hirohisa KOGA Public Works Research Institute Relationship between the Surface Absorption of Concrete Cores and Durability Performance of Exisiting Structures
e455 Japan Mr. Kiwamu Niwano Tokyo University of Science Basic Study on Carbonation Suppressive Effect of Finish Materials for Concrete -  Evaluation of Air Permeability Test -
e430 Japan Mr. Takuji YAMADA Japan Paint Inspection and testing Association Evaluation Method on Bond Property of Concrete Surface Coating System
e103 Japan Prof. Hiroshi AKITA Tohoku Institute of Technology Regression function to predict tension softening curve on concrete of arbitrary mix proportion
e129 Netherlands Dr. Jeanette VISSER TNO Accelerated carbonation test: influence of the carbon dioxide concentration on the resistance to carbonation of concrete
f533 United States Prof. Lawrence Sutter Michigan Technological University New Quality Control Tests to Measure the Capacity of Coal Fly Ash for Adsorbing Air-Entraining Admixtures

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e355  China
Dr. Xiaoshuang Shi
Sichuan University
Comparing the freeze-thawing resistance abilities of concretes containing recycled coarse aggregate
e475 China Prof. Hui Li Xi'an University of Architecture and Technology Effect of Ultra-Fine Fly Ash on the Erosion Resistance of Concrete
e493 France Mr. Laurent Charpin UR Navier, ENPC Mass of Gel Flowing into the Interface Transition Zone of Concrete During Alkali-Silica Reaction
e88 India Dr. Manu Santhanam IIT Madras Influence of Some Admixtures in Mitigating the Effects of Sodium and Magnesium Sulphate Attack in Cement Mortars [Session In Honor of Prof. Olek]
e173 Japan Dr. Koichi Kobayashi Gifu University A fundamental study on concrete deterioration caused by combined effects of ASR and frost attack
e347 Japan Dr. Satoru ISHIYAMA Akita Prefectural University A Study on Chloride Penetration in Fiber Reinforced Cementitious Composite by Extrusion Molding
e323 Japan Dr. Takeo ISHIDA Hiroshima University Study on the Carbonation of C-S-H in Simulated Pore Solution
e367 Japan Dr. Tamotsu KURODA Tottori University ASR Expansion Behavior of Concrete Subjected to Direct Current
e92 Japan Dr. Yasuhiro MIKATA Osaka Institute of Technology Flexural Capacity of RC Beams Damaged by Combined Deterioration due to ASR and Corrosion
e59 Japan Mr. Akinori KOMATSUBARA Central Nippon Expressway Company Limited The diagnosis on Severely Damaged RC Bridge Pier with Fracture of Steel Bars due to Alkali-silica Reaction
e329 Japan Mr. Hiroaki MORI TAIHEIYO CEMENT CORPORATION CHEMICAL DETERIORATION OF HARDENED CEMENT PASTES IMMERSED IN CALCIUM CHLORIDE SOLUTION
e84 Japan Mr. Wakasugi Mikio Sumitomo Osaka Cement Co., Ltd. Performance of silane water repellant and flexible PCM coating applied on ASR deteriorated structures after over 20yaers
e218 Japan Mr. Yukio TAKEBE DPS Bridge Works Co.,Ltd. Strengthening Effect on Prestressed Concrete members affected by Alkali-Silica Reaction
e243 Japan Prof. Hiroshi YOKOTA Hokkaido University Effect of Unit Cement Content on Surface Deterioration and Corrosion of Rebar Suffering Combined Chloride-Induced Deterioration and Frost Damage
e314 Japan Prof. Naoshi UEDA Nagoya University Analytical evaluation of expansion and internal cracks of concrete due to ASR
e552 Japan Prof. Takafumi SUGIYAMA Hokkaido University Durability of Fly Ash Concrete in Salt-laden Environment [Session In Honor of Prof. Kawai]
e85 Poland Dr. JoannaJulia Sokolowska Warsaw University of Technology Effect of acidic environments on cement concrete degradation
e479 Taiwan Prof. Chun-Tao Chen National Taiwan University of Science and Technology Mitigation of Alkali-Silica Reaction in Mortar with Limestone Addition and Carbonation
e425 United Kingdom Dr. AgnieszkaJ Klemm Glasgow Caledonian University FREEZE/THAW PERFORMANCE OF POLYMER MODIFIED MORTARS
e40 United States Prof. nader Ghafoori University of Nevada Las vegas Mitigation Methodologies for Reduction of Alkali-Silica Reactivity

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e206 Bangladesh Prof. TarekUddin Mohammed University of Asia Pacific (UAP) Corrosion of Cement Paste Coated Steel Bars in Marine Environment
e208 Bangladesh Prof. TarekUddin Mohammed University of Asia Pacific (UAP) Carbonation Coefficient of Concrete in Dhaka City
e395 Brazil Prof. Gibson Rocha Meira IFPB Long-term study of reinforcement corrosion in concrete structures in marine atmosphere zone
e72 Germany Prof. Ulf Nuernberger University Stuttgart Stainless prestressing steels - the ultimate solution for chloride affected concrete structures
e426 India Dr. Radhakrishna G Pillai IIT Madras Effects of corrosion inhibitors on the critical chloride threshold of thermo-mechanically treated (TMT) steel [Session In Honor of Prof. Gettu]
e174 Japan Dr. Koichi Kobayashi Gifu University An experimental study on chloride ingress through fine cracks in SHCC
e56 Japan Dr. Takahiro Nishida Tokyo Institute of Technology Some Considerations for Applicability of Sea Water as Mixing and Curing Water of Concrete [Session In Honor of Prof. Hamada]
e284 Japan Dr. Takashi YAMAMOTO Kyoto University Effect of Distribution in Cross Sectional Area of Corroded Tensile Reinforcing Bars on Load Carrying Behavior of RC Beam
e146 Japan Mr. Amry Dasar Kyushu University Reinforced Steel Corrosion Resistance by Covering Marine Aquatic Organism Layer
e289 Japan Prof. Hikaru NAKAMUR Nagoya university Development of life cycle simulation method to evaluate deterioration due to rebar corrosion [Session in Honor of Prof. Kawai]
e275 Japan Prof. Isao Ujike Ehime University A study on improvement of durability performance of concrtete by using fly ash
e359 Netherlands Mr. Zhengxian Yang Delft University of Technology Aminoacids modified hydrotalcites as a novel smart additive of reinforced concrete for anticorrosion applications
e350 Pakistan Mr. Idrees Zafar Hokkaido  University STUDY ON THE CORROSION STATE OF REINFORCEMENT IN FLY ASH CONCRETE
e531 Saudi Arabia Dr. FAHAD M ALMUTLAQ SABIC Technology and Innovation Corrosion Behavior of Reinforcing Steel in Cement Mortars Containing EAF Dust
e352 South Africa Mr. SUVASH CHANDRA PAUL UNIVERSITY OF STELLENBOSCH Chloride induced corrosion in cracked reinforced strain hardening cement-based composite (R/SHCC)
e376 South Africa Prof. Gideon van Zijl Stellenbosch University Modelling corrosion resistance in strain hardening cement-based composites (SHCC)
e192 Taiwan Prof. Wei-Ting Lin National Ilan University Corrosion Behavior of Polyolefin Fiber Cement-based Composites Containing Supplementary Cementitious Materials
e420 United Kingdom Dr. Homayoon Sadeghi Pouya Coventry University CORROSION DURABILITY OF HIGH PERFORMANCE STEEL FIBRE REINFORCED CONCRETE

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f532 Czech Prof. Radim CAJKA Technical University Ostrava Tensile Stress and Crack Elimination in Concrete Floors and Foundations
 e197 India
Dr. Rakesh Kumar
Central Road Research Institute
Suitability of Concrete Reinforced with Synthetic Fiber for the Construction of Pavements
e472 Japan Dr. Mitsuo Ozawa Gifu University Expansion Energy and Hydration Products of Expansive Mortar at Different Temperatures
e360 Japan Mr. HungViet VU The University of Tokyo Water-tightness performance of crack-self healing concrete incorporating various types of granule of supplementary cementitious materials
e339 Japan Ms. Yoshie SATO SUMITOMO OSAKA CEMENT CO., LTD. Examination about the improvement of crack resistance of the concrete using blast furnace cement
e449 Japan Prof. Takahiro Tamura Tokuyama College of Technology Research on practical use of the construction database for preventing the crack of a concrete structure [Session in Honor of Prof. Kawai]
e542 Netherlands Mr. Haoliang Huang Delft University of Technology Self-healing of cracks by using calcium hydroxide solution in slag cement based materials
e154 Poland Dr. Dominik Robert Logon Technical University of Wroclaw HYBRID REINFORCEMENT IN SRCC SAFE CEMENT COMPOSITES
e239 Poland Dr. Dominik Robert Logon Technical University of Wroclaw THE RHEOLOGICAL AND MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF THE SRCC COMPOSITES
e390 Switzerland Dr. Alvaro Garcia Empa Induction Heating of Dense Asphalt Concrete
e233 Turkey Dr. Kursat Esat ALYAMAC Firat University Investigation of Fracture Parameters of Self-Compacting Concrete Produced with Marble Powder by Peak-Load Method
e270 United States Dr. Ahmed M Abdel-Mohti Ohio Northern University Examination of Load Distribution Factors for Various Bridge Types

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e547 Czech Republic Mr. Sarka Sachlova Charles University in Prague Microscopic Examination of Volcanic Rocks Subjected to Alkaline Leaching
e195  China
Prof. Ai Jun
Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics
Transversal Distribution Regularity of Prestressed Concree T Girder Bridge
f559 Eskişehir Dr. İlker Bekir Topçu Eskişehir Osmangazi University Life Cycle Assessment of Concrete Using Adaptive Neuro-Fuzzy Inference Systems
e184 Japan Dr. Mitsuyasu IWANAMI Port and Airport Research Institute Corrosion monitoring of steel bars in port concrete structures
e175 Japan Dr. Shinji Gomi Sunrec co.,ltd Reinforcement and Dynamics Behavior of Resin Concrete for Structural Use
e157 Japan Dr. Toshiyoshi GOTO Chuken Consultant Co.,Ltd. Development and Application of Rapid Measuring Method for Chloride Ion Content in Hardened Concrete
e428 Japan Mr. SEIJI TANOUE Keisoku Research Consultant CO. Concrete Surface Strain Measurement using Moirè Fringes
e550 Japan Prof. Ayaho MIYAMOTO Yamaguchi University Development of a Bridge Health Monitoring System for Short- and Medium- Span Bridges Based on Bus Vibration [Session in Honor of Prof. Kawai]
e528 United States Dr. Narayanan Neithalath Arizona State University Electrical Impedance based Methods for Microstructure and Property Prediction and its Comparison to Maturity Method [Session in Honor of Prof.BASHEER]

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e338  Czech
Dr. Radomir PUKL
Cervenka Consulting
Advanced reliability and degradation modeling of concrete bridges
e299 Japan Dr. Hisao EMOTO Mitsuwa Denki Co.,Ltd. Remaining Life Prediction and its Verification of Aged Bridge based on Field Inspections
e441 Japan Dr. Yasushi TANAKA Nagaoka University of Technology Life cycle cost of road bridges suffered by salt attack on the coast of Japan Sea in Niigata prefecture
e137 Japan Mr. Masaru Kawamura Hanshin Expressway Company Limited Innovative Maintenance and Asset Management for Urban Expressway Structures [Keynote Lecture]
e80 Japan Mr. Shigeru TAKAKUMA Waseda University Life-cycle reliability of concrete bridges in an earthquake prone region and aggressive environment
e79 Japan Mr. Touya HAGINO Waseda University Updating the reliability of a concrete structures subjected to carbonation
e237 Japan Mr. Yuji HATANO Hiroshima university Effects of Coarse Aggregate Content on Sulfuric Acid Deterioration of Concrete
e423 Japan Ms. Shino SUZUKI Kogakuin Univ. Protective effectiveness for structural concrete by traditional finishing plasterers and technical prospect in Reinforced Concrete Buildings
e258 Japan Prof. Hiroshi YOKOTA Hokkaido University Evaluation and prediction on performance degradation of marine concrete structures [Session in Honor of Prof. Hamada]
e463 Thailand Dr. Aruz PETCHERDCHOO King Mongkut's University of Technology North Bangkok Probabilistic Service Life Assessment of Chloride Exposed Concrete Structures Without and with Concrete Repairs
e465 Thailand Dr. Aruz PETCHERDCHOO King Mongkut's University of Technology North Bangkok Environmental Impacts due to Combined Repairs for Extending Service Life of Concrete Structures under Marine Environment 
e128 United Kingdom Ms. Colleen Green Queen's University Belfast A Review of Service Life Models in Relation to European Coastal Structures [Session in Honor of Prof.BASHEER]

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e281  Japan
Dr. kazunori SASAKI
HANSHIN EXPRESSWAY COMPANY LIMITED
CAUSE INVESTIGATION OF REINFORCING STEEL FRACTURE ASSOCIATED WITH ALKALI SILICA REACTION AND STUDY ON MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT
e322 Japan Dr. Ryosuke TAKAHASHI University of Yamanashi Shear failure behavior of RC beam with corroded shear reinforcement
e369 Japan Dr. Tetsuya SUZUKI Niigata Univesity Use of Non-Destructive Testing Method for Damage Diagnosis of concrete structures subjected to Earthquake Effects
e331 Japan Dr. Tomohiro MIKI Kobe University Tension Softening Behavior of Concrete Cracked Due to Alkali-Silica Reaction
e436 Japan Dr. Tsutomu NISHIOKA Hanshin Expressway Engineering Company Ltd A study on the reinforced concrete column with the alkali-silica reaction in Hanshin Expressway viaducts
e190 Japan Mr. Abrham Gebre TAREKEGN Yokohama National University Restoration Design for Capacity Performance Assessment of RC Slab Bridges
e262 Japan Mr. Hideyuki SUZUKI Hanshin Expressway Company Limited Maintenance management of ASR structures in Hanshin Expressway
e104 Japan Mr. Ichiro MURATA West Japan Railway Company Evaluation of Strength and Maintenance Methods for Railway Reinforced Concrete Structures with Aged Deterioration [Keynote Lecture]
e497 Japan Mr. Kiyoshi HONJO West Nippon Expressway Co., LTD Investigation of Deteriorated RC Slabs on Steel Girder by Chloride Attack of Deicing Salt
e163 Japan Mr. Norio TERADA Central Nippon Expressway Company Limited Maintenance of Prestressed Concrete Structures, based on deformation cases
e282 Japan Mr. Shu KOBAYASHI Japan Prestressed Concrete Contractors Association The Effect of Grout Filling Condition on Corrosion of Prestressing Steel
e70 Japan Mr. Tsutomu YAMAMOTO Tokyo Metro Co., Ltd Investigation on the Critical Conditions of Chloride Attack in Subway Tunnels
e288 Japan Mr. Yuki KURIHARA Japan Prestressed Concrete Contractors Association Structural Safety Assessment with Dynamic Characteristics of Prestressed Concrete Structures
e551 Japan Prof. Akira HOSODA Yokohama National University Evaluation of cover concrete quality by surface water absorption test [Session in Honor of Prof. Kawai]
e54 Japan Prof. Nobuaki OTSUKI Tokyo Institute of Technology Chloride Penetration Profiles in Existing Harbor Structures [Session in Honor of Prof. Olek]
e170 Malaysia Ms. Siew Choo Chin Universiti Teknologi Petronas The Effects of Size, Shape and Location of Openings on the Behaviour of RC Beams
e543 Sweden Mr. Guangli Du KTH Royal Institute of Technology Comparative life cycle assessment between two bridge types: concrete bridge and steel bridge
e149 Turkey Dr. Isa YUKSEL Bulent Ecevit University EARTHQUAKE BEHAVIOR OF REINFORCED CONCRETE  FRAMES SUBJECTED TO REBAR CORROSION
e124 United Kingdom Dr. Susana Dessa Aguiar Edinburgh Napier University Evaluating Structural Capacity Reductions Due to Reinforcement Corrosion in Coastal Concrete Elements
e351 United Kingdom Dr. Yingang Du Anglia Ruskin University Structural Performance of Reinforced Concrete Beam with Bond Losses
e418 United States Ms. Marcia R Silva University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Bio-deterioration of Concrete Structures in Freshwater Coastal Zone: Past, Present, and Future

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e457  Japan
Dr. Daisuke Sawaki
TAIHEIYO CONSULTANT Co., Ltd.
Determination of type of cement in hardened concrete by electron probe microanalyzer
e295 Japan Dr. Hideaki Nakamura Yamaguchi University Development of bridge inspection support systems using smartphone  [Session in Honor of Prof. Kawai]
e486 Japan Dr. Kou IBAYASHI Nagaoka National College of Technology Road Bridge Brief Inspection and Input System with Tablet Computer
e309 Japan Mr. Daisuke YAMAMOTO Kyushu university Development of test method and evaluation of test data of concrete compressive strength using small diameter core
e511 Japan Mr. Shunji UCHIMRA Daiichi Institute of Technology Development of a Vr-Based Support System for Bridge Inspection
e414 United States Mr. BrettH Pielstick Eisman & Russo Consulting Engineers Durability an Integral Component of Sustainability

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e385 Algeria
Dr. Abdelhalim BENOUIS
Universit of may 8, 1945
Investigation in characterization of concrete痴 reinforcement by ultrasounds
e348 Japan Dr. Hiroshi ONISHI Iwate University Health monitoring of RC decks with simplified impact test method
e118 Japan Dr. Hiroyuki NAKAGAWA Shikoku Research Institute Inc. Monitoring of Deterioration due to ASR using Ultrasonic Frequency Spectrum
e445 Japan Dr. Isao KURASHIGE Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry A novel nondestructive testing method to profile the air permeability distribution in the depth direction of concrete
e238 Japan Dr. Satoshi TAKAYA Kyoto University Development of Spalling Crack Prediction Model with Infrared-Thermography
e134 Japan Dr. Shinya UCHIDA Saga University A Study on Frequency Analysis methods for Concrete Thickness Estimation by Impact Elastic-Wave Method
e135 Japan Dr. Tomoaki SAKAI Applied. Research Inc. Theoretical considerations on estimation of compressive strength of concrete by means of hammer blowing
e176 Japan Dr. Yuma KAWASAKI Ritsumeikan University Toward On-Site Measurement by AE and Mechanisms of Corrosion-Induced Cracks in Reinforced Concrete due to Salt Attack
e517 Japan Mr. Kenichiro TSUYUKI Kajima Corporation Detecting Delaminations in Concrete Structures using Velocity Dispersion of Laser Generated Lamb Waves
e342 Japan Mr. Kentaro YAMASHITA TKR Inc. Application of impact response method for detecting the defects of concrete structures
e303 Japan Mr. Koki TERASAWA Kyoto University Test Method applied on One Surface to Corner defect of Reinforcing Bar in Concrete Pier with Permanent Magnet
e317 Japan Mr. Taku YOSHIKAWA Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism Research on Stress State Evaluation for Highway PC Bridge
e298 Japan Mr. Tatsuhiko SUZUKI Kyoto University Simplification of Magnetic Flux Density Method from One Surface to Corner Rupture of Multiple Steel Bars in Concrete
e64 Japan Prof. Masayasu Ohtsu Kumamoto University Estimation of Surface-Crack Depth by Stack Imaging of Spectral Amplitudes in Ultrasonic-Echo
e442 Japan Prof. Shinichi Miyazato Kanazawa Institute of Technology Investigation of corrosion rate in reinforced concrete structure [Session in Honor of Prof. Hamada]
e346 Japan Prof. yoshinobu oshima Kyoto university Chaotic characteristics of elastic waves propagating in concrete material

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e226  Japan
Dr. Toshiyuki AOYAMA
P.S.Mitsubishi Conctruction Co.,Ltd.
New Installation Technique of Line Anode for Cathodic Protection  - Test and Project - [Session in Honor of Prof. Hamada]
e94 Japan Mr. Hiroyuki Fujimoto Japan Sewage Works Agency Report on Corrosion Protection Method using Sulfuric Acid Resistant Mortar for Sewerage Facilities
e496 Japan Mr. Hiroyuki Fujimoto Japan Sewage Works Agency 下水道施設コンクリート構造物の防食被覆層実態調査による事後評価
e363 Japan Mr. Toshiaki KOBAYASHI Oriental Shiraishi Corporation A new Cathodic Protection System with the Anode of Nickel-coated Carbon Fiber Sheet for Concrete Structure
e188 Japan Mr. Yoshio SHINODA Nakabohtec Corrosion Protecting Co.,Ltd. Discussion on Cahodic Protection Effect of Steels in Salt Damage Concrete [Session in Honor of Prof. Hamada]
e216 Japan Ms. Hitomi FUDA Nakabohtec Corrosion Protecting Co., Ltd. Effect of Season of Alminum Panel Anodes on the Cathodic Protection of a Concrete Railway Bridge [Session in Honor of Prof. Hamada]
e132 United Kingdom Mr. Christian Christodoulou AECOM - lOUGHBOROUGH University Sustainable Corrosion Management Strategy for a Prestressed Concrete Bridge in the UK

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e10  Australia
Dr. Academician Aleksander Samarin
University of Technology
Use of Concrete as a Biological Shield from Ionising Radiation
e236 Iran Prof. Aliakbar Ramezanianpour Amirkabir university of technology Use of bacterial carbonate precipitation to repair silica fume-amended concrete
e487 Italy Dr. Elisa Franzoni DICAM, University of Bologna Improving Durability of Old Reinforced Concrete Structures by Impregnation
e141 Japan Dr. Hiroaki TSURUTA Kansai University Effects of Using both Silicate and Silane Type Surface Penetrant Material on Restraint to Deterioration
e200 Japan Dr. kenichi FUJISAWA NIPPON JIKKOU Co.Ltd Study of the Applicability of the Concrete Protection Method by Sulfuric Acid-Proof Mortar
e452 Japan Dr. takayuki SATO Dai Nippon Toryo CO.,LTD. Deterioration Control of Concrete Structures by Surface Coatings [Keynote Lecture]
e499 Japan Mr. keisuke INOUE Nippon Jikkou co.ltd 高湿度環境下でのコンクリート防食被覆の施工について
e285 Japan Mr. Shoichiro HASHIMOTO Kanazawa University Study on an Applicable Evaluation of Surface Impregnant based on Drying and Wetting Test
e464 Japan Ms. Maiko Misono Tokyo University of Science Evaluation of Moisture and Gas Permeability of Surface Treated Concrete Member under Accelerated Weathering Condition

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 e372 Japan
Dr. Hiroshi MINAGAWA
Tohoku University
Consideration about chloride ion diffusion coefficient estimated by electric resistivity of concrete exposed in tidal zone [Session in Honor of Prof. Hamada]
e327 Japan Dr. Satoru YAMAMOTO The Nippon Corrosion Engineering Co., LTD. Verification of Cathodic Protection Criteria for Chloride Attacked Members of a RC Pier
e249 Japan Dr. Takanori IKEDA Maeda Corporation Experimental Study on Relationship between Chloride Contents in Mortar and Electrochemical Properties of Embedded Steel Bar [Session in Honor of Prof. Hamada]
e138 Japan Mr. 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
e232 Japan Mr. Makoto YAMAMOTO SUMITOMO OSAKA CEMENT Co.,Ltd. Long Term Performance of Cathodic Protection Applied on deteriorated PC Girder Specimen due to Chloride ingress
e207 Japan Mr. Takashi SASAKI DENKI KAGAKU KOGYO KABUSHIKI KAISHA The environmental load reduction effect by the desalination method of construction and the re-alkalization method of construction
e67 Japan Prof. Takao UEDA The University of Tokushima Electrochemical remedial measure against complex deterioration due to chloride attack and ASR [Session in Honor of Prof. Hamada]

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 e330 Japan
Dr. Hirotaka HAZEHARA
Fukuoka University
Fundamental study on the  effectiveness of nitrite for polymer-cement mortar
e25 Japan Dr. Masahiro Nomura Central Nippon Highway Engineering Nagoya Evaluation of maintenance methods for ASR-damaged structures in Hokuriku district, Japan
e362 Japan Dr. Michael HENRY Hokkaido University Effect of variable heating and re-curing on fire-damaged cement paste
e405 Japan Dr. Minoru Kunieda Nagoya University Surface Repair Method of Concrete Structures by Sprayed UHP-SHCC
e81 Japan Dr. Takashi HABUCHI TOA Corporation Investigation and Repair Work for Superstructures of Jetty Deteriorated by Chloride Induced Corrosion and ASR in the Osaka Port Container Terminal [Session In Honor of Prof. Hamada]
e119 Japan Dr. Tomoshige Kamotani P.S.Mitsubishi Construction Co.,Ltd Repair Performance of Re-Injecting of LiNO2-Containing Solution and Grout on Corroded PC Tendons Due to Antifreezing Agent
e336 Japan Dr. Yasuhiko Sato Hokkaido University Bond Properties of FRP Strand sheet - Concrete Interface under Normal and Low Temperature
e305 Japan Mr. Choonghyun KANG Nagoya University Evaluation and Observation of Autogenous Healing Ability of Bond Crack along Rebar
e302 Japan Mr. Hikaru Yuji Kagoshima univercity Fundamental study on effective factors on strength properties of dry mixed shotcrete
e269 Japan Mr. Hiroyuki Uchida KONOIKE CONSTRUCTION  CO., LTD. CONTROLLING ASR EXPANSION BY LITHIUM NITRITE PRESSURIZED INJECTION METHOD
e234 Japan Mr. Kengo HARA ORIENTAL SHIRAISHI Corporation The development on precast PC slab with a new type of joint for reinforcing bars, combination of lap splice and mechanical anchorage
e26 Japan Mr. Shungo Matsui West Nippon Expressway Engineering Kansai Co., Ltd. Construction of bridge slab ends repair system
e121 Japan Mr. Tatsuya NIHEI Railway Technical Research Institute EXPRERIMENTAL STUDY ABOUT THE PERFORMANCE  OF REINFORCED CONCRETE MENBERS  REPEATED DAMAGE AND REPAIR DUE TO HUGE EARTHQUAKES
e151 Japan Mr. Yuichi Ishikawa Central Nippon Highway Engineering Nagoya Co Ltd Development of Fast Accelerated Set Concrete for Repair of Deteriorated Bridge Decks
e312 Japan Prof. Masayuki ISHII Shimane University Applicability and accuracy of structural performance verification methods for renovated composite pipes
e180 Korea Prof. Sangkeun OH Seoul National University of Science and Technology Materials and Execution methods for the Repair of Water-Leakage Cracks in Concrete Structures
e20 Libya Prof. Hakim Abdelgader Tripoli University FLEXURAL STRENGTH OF TWO-STAGE CONCRETE
e168 Taiwan Prof. Chi-Ping WANG Feng Chia University Experimental Study on Residual Bond Strength between Post-installed Rebar and Concrete after Elevated Temperatures

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e291  China
Dr. Jian Wang
Kobe University
Study on Shear Strengthening of RC Members by bonding  with UFC Panels
e212 China Dr. Jian-Guo Dai The Hong Kong Polytechnic University A comparative study on different inorganic pastes for the development of FRiP strengthening technology
e63 China Mr. Sarfraz Munir The Hong Kong Polytechnic University A comparative study on different inorganic pastes for the development of FRiP strengthening technology
e485 India Mr. Vikram Singh Thakur National Institute of Technology Structural Behaviour of Ferrocement Confined Reinforced Self Compacting Concrete (Fcrscc) under Axial Compression
e324 Japan Dr. Akihisa KAMIHARAKO Hirosaki University Repair and strengthening of RC member damaged by steel corrosion and verification of re-deterioration behavior
e545 Japan Mr. Chen Xu Kyoto University Push-out Analysis on Cyclic Performance of Group Studs Shear Connector under Non-Uniaxial Loading Action
e280 Japan Dr. Ken WATANABE Railway Technical Research Institute Strengthening of Prestressed Concrete Girders with Sheath Partially Filled with Grout
e34 Japan Dr. Kenzo SEKIJIMA Kanto Gakuin University Shear Reinforcing Effect of Continuous Fiber Rope on Reinforced Concrete Beams
e156 Japan Mr. Ryo YAMASHITA IHI Construction Service Co., Ltd. Flexural Bond Strength and Fracture Energy Tests of Concrete Joint Using Simple Beam Specimen Connected with Concrete Adhesives
e406 Japan Mr. Ryoichi TANAKA TOA CORPORATION A Study on Strengthening Method for Pier Piles using Ultra High Performance-Strain Hardening Cementitious Composite
e443 Japan Mr. Yasuhisa FUJIWARA SUMITOMO  MITSUI construction co.,Ltd Renewal of concrete lohse arch bridge
e36 Japan Ms. Thi Thu Dung NGUYEN Tokyo Institute of Technology PERFORMANCE OF PRE-TENSIONING PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BEAMS WITH RUPTURED STRANDS FLEXURALLY STRENGTHENED BY CFRP SHEETS
e454 Japan Prof. Keitetsu ROKUGO Gifu University Shear Reinforcement of RC Members using Post-reinforcing Bars
e125 Malaysia Dr. Nasir Shafiq Universiti Teknologi Petronas Optimum Strengthening Using CFRP Laminates of Large Size Openings in RC Deep Beams
e27 Mexico Dr. JorgeArturo Avila National University of Mexico (UNAM) Inelastic Seismic Behavior of a 17-Story Rc Building Located in the Soft-Soil Area in Mexico City with Normal Resistance Concrete and with High Resistance Concrete
e217 Taiwan Prof. Ching-Chang Lin Feng Chia University The Behavior of Fireproof Material Bonded CFRP Retrofitting Reinforced Concrete Beams Exposed to Fire
e61 Turkey Dr. PINAR TEYMUR Istanbul Technical University EVALUATION OF VULNERABLE REINFORCED CONCRETE FRAMES RETROFITTED WITH PRE-LOADED THIN PANELS
e546 USA Prof. Riyad S. Aboutaha Syracuse University Analytical Model for CFRP Strengthened RC Columns in Humid Conditions

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e290  Japan
Mr. Keisuke KAWAMURA
TAISEI Corporation
Seismic Retrofitting Method for Underground Reinforced Concrete Structures by embedding Plate Anchored Shear Reinforcement Bars
e35 Japan Mr. Puvanai WIROJJANAPIROM Tokyo Institute of Technology Shear resistance mechanisms of RC beams using U-shaped UFC permanent formwork with shear keys and bolts
e318 Japan Mr. Yohei Ozeki Central Nippon Expressway Company Research on the present condition and the measure against Carbonation of a highway bridge of Japan

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e525 China Mr. Bo YANG Chang’an University Quantitative Prediction Method of Energy Consumption and Air Emission for Construction Phase of Asphalt Pavement
e396 Egypt
Prof. Moshira Abdel Razek El Rafey
Prince Sultan University
Development of a sustainable building perspective in the Middle East
e28 India Mr. Mohammad Ashraf Fazili Institution of Engineers India Effect of Global Economy and Political Turbulence on Infrastructure Development in Middle East
e42 India Ms. ritu ahuja Amity university Lean And Green Construction
e394 Japan Dr. Yasuhito Sakai Hanshin Expressway Company Limited A joint initiative for recycling sludge generated by shield tunneling excavation
e155 Japan Prof. Hitoshi Tanaka Kyoto University A Green New Deal Building System with Prestressed Glue-Laminated Timber Slabs
e412 Portugal Prof. Jose Correia Silva University of Evora MARIE project: objectives and current status of development
e244 Sweden Ms. Annika Gram CBI OMPUTER-AIDED MODELING OF RHEOLOGICAL PARAMETERS FOR SELF-COMPACTING CONCRETE
e458 Taiwan Prof. Chi-Ming Lai National Cheng-Kung University Energy saving evaluation of the ventilated BIPV walls
e328 Turkey Mr. PelinKaracar Ercoskun Yeditepe University Technological Innovation Adoption Model for Construction Products
e77 United Kingdom Dr. Eshmaiel Ganjian Coventry University Properties of sonochemically treated Libyan Kaolin pozzolan clay
e73 United States Mr. AlexBrent Rollins University of Tennessee at Chattanooga MAXIMIZING COARSE AGGREGATE DENSITY BY UTILIZING FRACTIONED AGGREGATE IN PORTLAND CEMENT CONCRETE

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e139
Japan
Dr. Cheng HONG
HIROSHIMA UNIVERSITY
Study on the Hysteretic Bond Mechanisms of Plain Round Bar
e409 Pakistan Mr. AMJADALI IKRAM ISLAMABAD Causes of Schedule Overruns in Pakistani Construction Industry Projects