Friday, November 24, 2017

Two best papers from DLSU at GEOMATE 2017

GEOMATE International Society in coordination with Japan Geotechnical Society, and Mie University Research Center for Environmental Load Reduction  organized The Seventh International Conference on Geotechnique, Construction Materials and Environment, GEOMATE 2017, on November 21 to 24, 2017 at Tsu City, Mie, Japan. The conference aims to provide an opportunity to share researches on geo-engineering, construction materials, environmental issues, water resources, and earthquake and tsunami disasters.   

Civil Engineering Department Professor Dr. Jonathan R. Dungca, Associate Professors Dr. Mary Ann Q. Adajar, Dr. Lessandro Estelito Garciano, Dr. Bernardo A. Lejano and Dr. Nicanor Roxas Jr.,  Assistant Professors Richard M. De Jesus and Cheryl Lyne C. Roxas, PhD student Erica Elice S. Uy, and BS-MS students James Matthew De Jesus, Kyle Solomon Pineda and Edward Ephrem T. Codilla II went to the conference to present their respective researches.

Thirteen best paper awards from 190 accepted papers were awarded during the welcome dinner. Two out of 13 awardees were from De La Salle University. These were the following.

A Comparative Settlement Prediction of Limestone Blended Materials Using Asaoka and Hyperbolic Method" by Jonathan R. Dungca and Erica Elice S. Uy

Soil- Structure Interface Behavior of Cemented-Paste Backfill Material Mixed with Mining Waste" by Mary Ann Q. Adajar and Wincent Nicole K. PabiloƱa

Congratulations CE faculty and students! 

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