College of Science and Engineering
Dr Aliakbar Gholampour is a Senior Lecturer in Civil and Structural Engineering at the College of Science and Engineering of Flinders University. He completed his PhD in Structural Engineering at the University of Adelaide in 2019. He was then a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the University of Melbourne till July 2020.
He has extensive experience in research on the development of sustainable construction/building materials and technologies. He worked in ARC-Training Centre for Advanced Manufacturing of Prefabricated Housing (ARC-CAMPH) at the University of Melbourne and has been project manager and research leader of three research projects in $2.7M Cooperative Research Centres Projects (CRC-P) round 8.
- Infrastructure Materials Engineering:
- Structural Engineering:
PhD (Structural Engineering), MSc (Structural Engineering), BSc (Civil Engineering)
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ABC Radio National: Carbon Counter: Could geopolymer concrete be an environmental saviour?
The Conversation: A green trifecta: how a concrete alternative can cut emissions, resource use and waste
Cosmos Magazine: Homing in on sustainable concrete with fly ash, slag and waste sands
Eco Voice: Sustainable concrete cuts emissions and uses waste for better buildings
The National Tribune: Sustainable concrete cuts emissions and waste
Sustainability Times: Sustainable concrete can help reduce the construction industry’s environmental footprints
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