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Mostafa Ahmed Moawad Abdeen

(Egypt)

Course:

PhD

Year:

1992-1996

Supervisor:

Prof. Tatsuya Tsubaki

Thesis Topic:

Mesoscopic Analysis of the Brittle Composite Material Behavior by the Discontinuum Mechanics Model

Current Status:

Associate Professor of Engineering Mechanics, Dept. of Engineering Math. and Physics, Faculty of Engineering, Cairo University, Giza, Egypt.
Coordinator of Engineering Mechanics, Arab Academy for Science, Technology and Maritim Transport Cairo Branch, Cairo, Egypt.

Paul Sumitro

(INDONESIA)

Course:

PhD

Year:

1994-1997

Supervisor:

Prof. Tatsuya Tsubaki

Thesis Topic:

Micro-fractural Constitutive Relationship of Fiber Reinforced Concrete

Current Status:

President of Smart Structures LLC, USA.

Kota Yamaguchi

(JAPAN)

Course:

PhD

Year:

1995-1998

Supervisor:

Prof. Shoji Ikeda

 Thesis Topic:

The Mechanical Behavior of the Composite Prestressed Concrete Girders with Corrugated Steel Webs

Current Status:

Working in Pacific Consultants co. Ltd.

George E. VULPE (ROMANIA)

Course:

PhD

Year:

2000 - 2003

Supervisor:

Prof. Tatsuya Tsubaki

Thesis Topic:

Evolutionary Material Model of Hardening Concrete Under Unaxial Loading

Current Status:

Engineer, HAKUSAN Corp., Tokyo Japan.
Involved in software development for Seismic and
Structural Health Monitoring Data Analysis.

Petr STEMBERK (Czech Republic)

Course:

PhD

Year:

1999

Supervisor:

Prof. Tatsuya Tsubaki

Thesis Topic:

Discontinuum Mechanics Model for Simulation of
Failure of Brittle Composite Materials under Triaxial Stresses

Current Status:

Associate Professor, Czech Technical University in Prague, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Department of Concrete and Masonry Structures

Marian DRAGOI

(ROMANIAN)

Course:

PhD

Year:

2003-2006

Supervisor:

Prof. Tatsuya Tsubaki

Thesis Topic:

Method to estimate strain in shear reinforcement and maximum load of RC columns subjected to reversed cyclic loading

Current Status:

Freelancer providing project management services for several investors from Germany, United States and Austria.

Tadahiko ITO

(JAPAN)

Course:

PhD

Year:

                      1994-1997

 

Supervisor:

Prof. Tatsuya Tsubaki

Thesis Topic:

Study on the mechanical properties of pre-cast segmental structures

Journal 1:Nonlinear finite element analysis of pre-stressed concrete members

Journal 2: Overview of new NOx removal system for road tunnels in Japan.

Current Status:

Working in Nishimatsu Constructions Co.

 

 

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