ICT Investigators Recieve Awards

  • Professor Imad Al-Qadi was named Honorary Guest Professor at Southeast University in Nanjing, China.
  • Associate Professor Scott Olson was awarded the 2012 Walter Huber Civil Engineering Prize from the American Society of Civil Engineers.
  • Former ICT student researcher Amanda Bordelon was presented the Best Young Author Paper at the 10th International Conference on Concrete Pavement for her paper, “Fiber Distribution and Orientation in Thin Concrete Overlays.” Bordelon, now an assistant professor at  the University of Utah, co-authored the paper with her advisor, Professor Jeffrey Roesler.
  • Two ICT student researchers, Salman Hakimzadeh and Brian Hill, received the 2012 American Association of Paving Technologists Scholarship.
  • Student researcher Armen Armirkhanian won the B. Frank McCollough Student Poster “Competition at the 10th International Conference on  Concrete Pavement for his Poster on Disk Compact Tension for Concrete Fracture Properties Determination.” Armirkhanian is advised by Professor Jeffrey Roesler.