Granted projects

Project

Funding Organizations

Amount

Year

URBCON: By-products for sustainable concrete in the urban environment (1 Post-doctoral researcher)

Interreg European Union

 

€494, 679

2018

DuRSAAM: PhD Training Network on Durable, Reliable and Sustainable Structures with Alkali-Activated Materials (2 PhDs)

H2020-MSCA-ITN-2018-813596

€531,239

2018

Bio mass ash as main ingredient for products of building materials (1 PhD)

Van Gansewinkel Minerals

 

€45,000

2018

Investigation the potential application of MSWI bottom ash as construction materials

AVR/ Municipality of Rotterdam

€12,500

2018

Utilization of MSWI bottom slag for producing high value building materials (1 PhD)

Van Gansewinkel Minerals

 

€45,000

2017

Shrinkage and creep of geopolymer concrete, from Lab to construction (2 PhDs)

NWO-TTW

€300,000

2017

Geopolymer concrete bridge, a design code study

4TU, the Netherlands

€50,000

2016

GEOCRETE : Multi-scale modeling of long-term performance of geopolymer concrete elements (as supervisor for a post-doctoral researcher)

Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions, Horizon 2020, EU

€165.598

2016-2018

Biomass ashes

Van Gansewinkel Minerals

€34,000

2016

Utilization of regional wastes and industrial residuals for producing high value building materials through alkali-activation technology

NWO-NSFC

€278,229

2015

Long-term performance of geopolymer concrete systems for production of environment friendly building materials – GeoCon (1 PhD and 1 Postdoc.)

STW - Dutch  Scientific Foundation and M2i

€460,000

2014

Durable and sustainable construction materials (1 PhD)

USE Research center, TU Delft

€20,000

2013

973 project of Fundamental theory for the performance evolution and sensing-control of urban metro structures, as one of applicant together with Tongji University (1 PhD).

Chinese Natural Sciences Foundation

€200,000

2011

Long-term durability assessment of concrete engineered barriers in a near-surface radioactive waste disposal facility (in total 2 PhDs, 1 PhDs in Microlab, TU Delft)

SCK CEN – Belgium Nuclear Research Center(Co-applicant with Prof. de Schutter)

€400,000

2010

Durable repair and radical protection of concrete structures in view of sustainable construction (in total 3 PhDs, 2 PhDs in Microlab, TU Delft)

STW - Dutch  Scientific Foundation (Co-applicant with Prof. van Breugel)

€622,454

2009

Multi-scale modelling of hydration in ternary cementitious system (1 PhD)

Ghent University, Belgium (Co-applicant with Prof. de Schutter)

€180,000

2008

 

Numerical simulation of connectivity of individual phases in hardening cement-based systems made of blended cement with and without admixtures (VENI)

VENI-NWO, The Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research

€200,000

2005

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