Dr. O. (Oguzhan) Copuroglu

Profile

Oğuzhan is a civil engineer and Universitair Docent in Section of Materials and Environment. His research field and expertise cover concrete technology, concrete durability and forensic building materials engineering. Oguzhan has been strongly involved in BSc. and MSc. educational programs and committees of the faculty CEG. Since 2009, he has been organizing the international Concrete Microscopy Course (CMC) and was the chairman of the 15th Euroseminar on Microscopy Applied to Building Materials (EMABM).

Research

Concrete durability: Secondary reactions e.g. ASR, Sulfate attack, extreme temperature effects, freezing/thawing, chloride ingress, carbonation and characterization of corrosion products

Forensic building materials engineering: Concrete microscopy and microanalysis, development and application of new forensic methods for damage diagnosis and materials characterization 

Emerging topics: Sustainable mix design development for concrete 3D printing, Self healing materials, glass as a building material

BSc. CEG:
CTB1320 – Construction Materials and Sustainability - Responsible lecturer
CTB2000 – Bouwplaats - Lecturer

MSc. Program CEG:
CIE 5102 – Forensic Building Materials Engineering – Responsible Lecturer
CIE 4240 – Forensic structural engineering – Lecturer

Minor CEG:
Bend&Break - Lecturer

PhD:
CMC – Concrete Microscopy Course – Manager and Lecturer

  • Çopuroğlu, Oğuzhan, and Erik Schlangen. "Modeling of frost salt scaling." Cement and Concrete Research 38.1 (2008): 27-39.
  • Yoon, In-Seok, Oğuzhan Çopuroğlu, and Ki-Bong Park. "Effect of global climatic change on carbonation progress of concrete." Atmospheric environment 41.34 (2007): 7274-7285.
  • Sisomphon, K., O. Copuroglu, and E. A. B. Koenders. "Self-healing of surface cracks in mortars with expansive additive and crystalline additive." Cement and Concrete Composites 34.4 (2012): 566-574.
  • Çopuroğlu, Oğuzhan, et al. "Mineralogy, geochemistry and expansion testing of an alkali-reactive basalt from western Anatolia, Turkey." Materials Characterization 60.7 (2009): 756-766.
  • Çopuroğlu, O., A. L. A. Fraaij, and J. M. J. M. Bijen. "Effect of sodium monofluorophosphate treatment on microstructure and frost salt scaling durability of slag cement paste." Cement and concrete research 36.8 (2006): 1475-1482.
  • Copuroglu, OguzhanThe characterisation, improvement and modelling aspects of frost salt scaling of cement-based materials with a high slag content. Diss. TU Delft, Delft University of Technology, 2006.
  • Pacheco, José, and Oğuzhan Çopuroğlu. "Quantitative energy-dispersive X-ray microanalysis of chlorine in cement paste." Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering 28.1 (2015): 04015065.
  • Çopuroğlu, Oğuzhan. "Revealing the dark side of portlandite clusters in cement paste by circular polarization microscopy." Materials 9.3 (2016): 176.
  • de Lima, C. J., Veer, F. A., Çopuroğlu, O., & Nijsse, R. (2018). New phosphate glasses containing industrial waste and their applications for building engineering. Heron63(1/2), 31.
  • Chen, Y., Veer, F., Copuroglu, O., & Schlangen, E. (2018, September). Feasibility of Using Low CO 2 Concrete Alternatives in Extrusion-Based 3D Concrete Printing. In RILEM International Conference on Concrete and Digital Fabrication (pp. 269-276). Springer, Cham.

Memberships:

  • RILEM
  • Applied Petrography Group
  • Journal of Case Studies in Construction Materials - Editorial Board
  • Copuroglu, O. "EMABM 2015: Proceedings of the 15th Euroseminar on Microscopy Applied to Building Materials, Delft, The Netherlands, 17-19 June 2015." (2015).

Oguzhan Copuroglu

Lecturer


Department:

Materials, Mechanics, Management & Design (3Md)

Section:
Materials and Environment

Chair / Research:
Durability

Secretary:
Jacqueline van Unen-Bergenhenegouwen


Additional information

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