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Sunday, May 15th, 2016 Monday, May 16th, 2016 Tuesday, May 17th, 2016 Wednesday, May 18th, 2016

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Sunday, May 15th, 2016

18:00-19:00 Regency Ballroom FoyerReception in Exhibit AreaReception Reception in Exhibit Area (more...)

Monday, May 16th, 2016

07:00-08:00 Regency Ballroom FoyerBreakfast in Exhibit AreaBreakfast Breakfast in Exhibit Area (more...)
08:00-09:30 Regency BallroomPlenary SessionPlenary Plenary Session 1 (more...)
09:30-10:00 Regency Ballroom FoyerBreak in Exhibit AreaBreak Break in Exhibit Area (more...)
10:00-12:00 Washington AEnvironmental Impact ReductionD-1 Recent Advances on the Use of Sustainable Structural Concrete: A Materials Perspective (more...)
10:00-12:00 Washington AEnvironmental Impact ReductionD-1 Design and Application of the Precast Concrete Anchor Blocks for the TRNC Water Supply Project (more...)
10:00-12:00 Washington AEnvironmental Impact ReductionD-1 Sustainability of Rubberized Concrete as Highway Pavement Construction Material (more...)
10:00-12:00 Washington AEnvironmental Impact ReductionD-1 The Effects of Zeolite as Supplementary Cement Material on Pervious Concrete (more...)
10:00-12:00 Washington AEnvironmental Impact ReductionD-1 Optimization of Concrete for Prefabrication and Quantification of its Environmental Impact (more...)
10:00-12:00 Washington AEnvironmental Impact ReductionD-1 Minimizing Paste Content in Concrete Using Limestone Powders - Demonstration Mixtures (more...)
10:00-12:00 Washington BMaterial ScienceE-1 Effect of Using ‘Chat’ on Mechanical Properties of Concrete (more...)
10:00-12:00 Washington BMaterial ScienceE-1 Recycling of Sewage Sludge Ash (SSA) as Construction Materials (more...)
10:00-12:00 Washington BMaterial ScienceE-1 Effect of Type of Fibers and Fiber Volume on Flexural Performance of Super-Workable Concrete (more...)
10:00-12:00 Washington BMaterial ScienceE-1 Obtaining Optimum Workability using Rice Husk Ash in a Modified Cementitious System (more...)
10:00-12:00 Washington BMaterial ScienceE-1 Field Trials with Concrete Incorporating Biomass Fly Ash (more...)
10:00-12:00 Washington BMaterial ScienceE-1 Properties and Performance of Ground Glass Fiber as a Pozzolan in Portland Cement Concrete (more...)
12:00-13:30 Regency BallroomLunchLunch Group Lunch (more...)
13:30-15:10 Washington AEnvironmental Impact ReductionD-2 Evaluating the Albedo-induced Radiative Forcing and CO2 Equivalence Savings: A Case Study on Reflective Pavements in Selected U.S. Urban Areas (more...)
13:30-15:10 Washington AEnvironmental Impact ReductionD-2 Approximation Assessment of Photocatalytic Air Cleaning Pavements (more...)
13:30-15:10 Washington AEnvironmental Impact ReductionD-2 Going Green on Campus with Pervious Concrete Pavement (more...)
13:30-15:10 Washington AEnvironmental Impact ReductionD-2 Multi-Functional Concrete Inlays for Pavement Preservation and Sustainability (more...)
13:30-15:10 Washington AEnvironmental Impact ReductionD-2 Microbial Challenges for Long-lived Concrete Formulations (more...)
13:30-15:10 Washington BMaterial ScienceE-2 Investigation of Rheological Behaviour of Self-Compacting Marbled Paste (more...)
13:30-15:10 Washington BMaterial ScienceE-2 Effect of Recycled Fine Aggregate on Mortar Properties (more...)
13:30-15:10 Washington BMaterial ScienceE-2 Mechanical Properties of Pumpable Steel Fiber Reinforced Lightweight Concrete for Application in Load-bearing Walls (more...)
13:30-15:10 Washington BMaterial ScienceE-2 Effect of Fibres on High Volume Fly Ash Self Compacting Concrete (more...)
13:30-15:10 Washington BMaterial ScienceE-2 The Effects of Cellulose Ether Admixture on Fresh Cement Pastes Submitted to a Hydraulic Gradient (more...)
15:10-15:40 Regency Ballroom FoyerBreak in Exhibit AreaBreak Break in Exhibit Area (more...)
15:40-17:20 Washington AEnvironmental Impact ReductionD-3 Recycling of End of Life Concrete to New Concrete (more...)
15:40-17:20 Washington AEnvironmental Impact ReductionD-3 Material Flow Analysis of the Concrete Chain in the Netherlands (more...)
15:40-17:20 Washington AEnvironmental Impact ReductionD-3 Behavior of Confined Recycled Aggregate Concrete (more...)
15:40-17:20 Washington AEnvironmental Impact ReductionD-3 SEACON – A New Research Project Towards the Sustainability of Concrete (more...)
15:40-17:20 Washington AEnvironmental Impact ReductionD-3 Strength Performance and Life Cycle Assessment of Recycled Aggregate Concrete with Class C Fly Ash (more...)
15:40-17:20 Washington BMaterial ScienceE-3 Self-sensing Cementitious Composites with Graphene Nanoplatelets (more...)
15:40-17:20 Washington BMaterial ScienceE-3 Managing Returned Concrete – A new ASTM Specification (more...)
15:40-17:20 Washington BMaterial ScienceE-3 Early-Age Expansion of Wastepaper Sludge Ash: Reduction and Benefits (more...)
15:40-17:20 Washington BMaterial ScienceE-3 Jobsite Experiences from a Tunnel Restoration with Freeze-Thaw-Resistant SCC (more...)
15:40-17:20 Washington BMaterial ScienceE-3 In-situ Production of Nano/Micro Particles in Fresh Concrete (more...)
17:20-19:30 Regency Ballroom FoyerReception and Poster SessionPoster Session Reception and Poster Session in Exhibit Area (more...)

Tuesday, May 17th, 2016

07:00-08:00 Regency Ballroom FoyerBreakfast in Exhibit AreaBreakfast Breakfast in Exhibit Area (more...)
08:00-09:30 Regency BallroomPlenary SessionPlenary Plenary Session 2 (more...)
09:30-10:00 Regency Ballroom FoyerBreak in Exhibit AreaBreak Break in Exhibit Area (more...)
10:00-12:00 Washington AResilience and DurabilityD-4 Assessment of Resilience and Sustainability of Cement Based Facades for Mid-rise Commercial Buildings Exposed to Coastal and Seismic Hazards (more...)
10:00-12:00 Washington AResilience and DurabilityD-4 Context-dependence of Hazard Mitigation Strategies: Building Case Studies Around the US (more...)
10:00-12:00 Washington AResilience and DurabilityD-4 Post-impact Assessment of Reinforced Concrete Plate Load Capacity (more...)
10:00-12:00 Washington AResilience and DurabilityD-4 Design of Sustainable and Resilient Concrete Mixtures via Multi-objective Optimization (more...)
10:00-12:00 Washington AResilience and DurabilityD-4 Pavement Management Under Uncertainty: A Heuristic Approach (more...)
10:00-12:00 Washington AResilience and DurabilityD-4 Is the Concrete Profession Ready for Peformance Specifications that Provide an Alternative to Prescriptive w/c and Air Content Requirements? (more...)
10:00-12:00 Washington BMaterial ScienceE-4 Microstructural Characteristic of Alkali-activated Fly Ash Exposed to CO2-rich Environment (more...)
10:00-12:00 Washington BMaterial ScienceE-4 How Concrete Quality Impacts Sustainability (more...)
10:00-12:00 Washington BMaterial ScienceE-4 The Character?st?cs Of Boron Mod?f?ed Act?ve Bel?te (BAB) Cement And Its Ut?l?zat?on In Concrete Technology (more...)
10:00-12:00 Washington BMaterial ScienceE-4 Micro-proportioning of SCC with Crushed Aggregate: PART I Filler Particle Characterization and Properties (more...)
10:00-12:00 Washington BMaterial ScienceE-4 Performance of Calcium-Sulphoaluminate Cement for Concrete Pavements Applications: A Numerical and Experimental Investigation (more...)
10:00-12:00 Washington BMaterial ScienceE-4 Internal Curing using Perforated Cenospheres (more...)
12:00-13:30 Regency BallroomLunch and Panel DiscussionLunch Group Lunch and Panel Discussion (more...)
13:30-15:10 Washington AResilience and DurabilityD-5 Super Absorbing Polymers Increasing the Frost-thaw Resistance of Concrete Roads (more...)
13:30-15:10 Washington AResilience and DurabilityD-5 New Permeability Reducing Admixture for Sustainable Concrete (more...)
13:30-15:10 Washington AResilience and DurabilityD-5 Sustainability and Durability of Concrete Placed in Cold Weather (more...)
13:30-15:10 Washington AResilience and DurabilityD-5 An Engineering Approach for Permeability Assessment of Virtual Cement-based Materials (more...)
13:30-15:10 Washington AResilience and DurabilityD-5 The Influence of Pore Size and Freezing Rate on Ice Formation in Concrete (more...)
13:30-15:10 Washington BLife Cycle AssessmentE-5 Streamlined Building Life Cycle Assessment (more...)
13:30-15:10 Washington BLife Cycle AssessmentE-5 Comparing Concrete EPDs: Motivation, Challenges and Next Steps (more...)
13:30-15:10 Washington BLife Cycle AssessmentE-5 Factors Affecting Embodied Carbon Comparison of Timber and Concrete (more...)
13:30-15:10 Washington BLife Cycle AssessmentE-5 CO2-binding by Concrete Carbonation into LCA and EPD of Concrete Products (more...)
13:30-15:10 Washington BLife Cycle AssessmentE-5 The New Industry Average Slag Cement EPD Provides a Basis for Assessing Effect of Slag Cement on the Environmental Impact of Concrete Mixtures and Structures (more...)
15:10-15:40 Regency Ballroom FoyerBreak in Exhibit AreaBreak Break in Exhibit Area (more...)
15:40-17:20 Washington AResilience and DurabilityD-6 Drying Shrinkage of Alkali Activated Cements and the Influence of Curing Conditions (more...)
15:40-17:20 Washington AResilience and DurabilityD-6 The Durability of Concrete Produced Using CO2 as an Accelerating Admixture (more...)
15:40-17:20 Washington AResilience and DurabilityD-6 Effect of Recycled Concrete Aggregates Properties on Long Term Shrinkage and Cracking (more...)
15:40-17:20 Washington AResilience and DurabilityD-6 Study on the Effect of Expansive Additive on Autogenous Deformation in Early Age (more...)
15:40-17:20 Washington AResilience and DurabilityD-6 Mitigating Drying Shrinkage of Alkali-activated Slag: A Closer Look at the Influence of Curing Condition and Expansive Reaction (more...)
15:40-17:20 Washington BEnvironmental Impact ReductionE-6 Using Eco-Friendly Cementitious Materials for Sustainable Concrete (more...)
15:40-17:20 Washington BEnvironmental Impact ReductionE-6 Life Cycle Approach to Green Concrete (more...)
15:40-17:20 Washington BEnvironmental Impact ReductionE-6 Ecocrete-Xtreme : Holistic Solution for Concrete Sustainability (more...)
15:40-17:20 Washington BEnvironmental Impact ReductionE-6 Case Study: Successful Market Place Implementation of More Sustainable Ready-Mixed Concrete using Portland-Limestone Cement (more...)
15:40-17:20 Washington BEnvironmental Impact ReductionE-6 Statistical Mixture Design to Optimize Eco-efficient Binder for Infrastructure Construction (more...)
18:00-19:00 Regency Ballroom FoyerReception in Exhibit AreaReception Reception in Exhibit Area (more...)
19:00-21:30 Regency BallroomBanquetBanquet Banquet Honoring Dr. Surendra Shah (more...)

Wednesday, May 18th, 2016

07:00-08:00 Regency Ballroom FoyerBreakfast in Exhibit AreaBreakfast Breakfast in Exhibit Area (more...)
08:00-10:00 Washington AResilience and DurabilityD-7 Improving Concrete Sustainability through Design for Durability (more...)
08:00-10:00 Washington AResilience and DurabilityD-7 Efficacy of Bacteria Encapsulated Self-healing Concrete Exposed to Salt Water and Freeze-Thaw Cycling (more...)
08:00-10:00 Washington AResilience and DurabilityD-7 Effect of using Mineral Admixture on the Effiiciency of Bacteria Encapsulated Self-healing Concrete (more...)
08:00-10:00 Washington AResilience and DurabilityD-7 Tensile Behaviour of Distinct Hooked End Steel Fibre Shape and Geometry on Material Properties of Self-compacting Concrete (more...)
08:00-10:00 Washington AResilience and DurabilityD-7 Innovative Sample Design for Corrosion Rate Measurements in Carbonated Blended Concrete (more...)
08:00-10:00 Washington AResilience and DurabilityD-7 Comparing the Mechanical and Fracture Properties of Concrete Made using Ordinary Portland Cement (OPC) and Calcium Silicate Cement (CSC) (more...)
08:00-10:00 Washington BEnvironmental Impact ReductionE-7 Responsible Sourcing Certification for Concrete (more...)
08:00-10:00 Washington BEnvironmental Impact ReductionE-7 What’s Your Biodiversity KPI? (more...)
08:00-10:00 Washington BEnvironmental Impact ReductionE-7 Guide to Material Ingredient Disclosure for Concrete (more...)
08:00-10:00 Washington BEnvironmental Impact ReductionE-7 ProScale: A Life-Cycle Approach to Hazard, Risk and Exposure Assessment for the Construction Industry (more...)
08:00-10:00 Washington BEnvironmental Impact ReductionE-7 Theory and Reality: EDPs and Low Carbon Concrete in Construction (more...)
08:00-10:00 Washington BEnvironmental Impact ReductionE-7 Green Chemistry of Concrete Recycling (more...)
10:00-10:30 Regency Ballroom FoyerBreak in Exhibit AreaBreak Break in Exhibit Area (more...)
10:30-12:30 Regency BallroomPlenary SessionPlenary Plenary Session 3 (more...)