Juan Pablo Gevaudan

Assistant Professor

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    Our research focuses on understanding the degradation mechanisms affecting the durability, mechanical, and environmental performance of modern cementitious materials. We do this by primarily investigating the time-evolution of both solid and liquid phases constituting cementitious materials as a consequence of environmental extrinsic factors as well as material intrinsic factors. We use atomic-scale spectroscopy, quantitative x-ray diffraction, 4D x-ray imaging, surface chemistry techniques, and standardized material testing to directly link data about material behavior across multiple scale (nano-to-macro scales). By doing this, we are able to bridge traditional gaps in Civil and Architectural Engineering materials and, hence, understand degradation pathways of multiple cementitious materials. 

    Researcher Defined Keywords

    • cement chemistry
    • degradation science
    • Low-CO2 concrete technology
    • sustainable materials


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