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Student in Graduate School of Environment and Information Sciences Receives "The 32nd Concrete Engineering Lectures Encouragement Award for Papers Presented at an Annual Convention"

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Award certificate of Mr.Satoshi Komatsu

Award certificate of Mr.Satoshi Komatsu

Third-year doctoral student Ha Ngoc Son, second-year master's student Satoshi Komatsu and Tomoya Shimoda who has completed doctoral work (all are in Graduate School of Environment and Information Sciences, supervised by Associate Professor Akira Hosoda), were awarded "The 32nd Concrete Engineering Lectures Encouragement Award for Papers Presented at an Annual Convention" at the 32nd Japan Concrete Institute Annual Convention 2010 held at Omiya Sonic City, July 7-9, 2010.


The three papers that were honored, "Characterization of Microcracking in Very Early Age Concrete Subjected to Elevated Temperature by AE" (Son), "Fundamental Study on Self Healing of Cement Paste by Calcium Aluminate-Based Agents" (Komatsu) and "Analysis of Surface Layer Water Absorption Resistance and Effects of Impregnating Material by Water Content" (Shimoda) all have to do with concrete deterioration analysis and durability improvement technologies. Mr. Komatsu's presentation put together the research he conducted at Delft University of Technology Microlab while he studied there for one year. All three students received recognition for the strength of their papers and presentations.


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