Prof. Ippei Maruyama is well known for his contribution to the ageing management of concrete structures, preservation of historical buildings and civil structures, radiation physics and chemistry for concrete, cement chemistry, and applied geochemistry.
Assistant Prof. Miguel Azenha is well known for his contributions to the numerical and experimental study of concrete at early ages regarding phenomena such as thermo-hygral-mechanical couplings, and concrete properties evolution during hydration, creep and shrinkage, and the use of digital processes in construction.
ACES’ looks forward to working with the Expert Advisory Board in steering the project towards successfully achieving its objectives.
Warm gratitude to both for accepting this opportunity!
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