Track 1

David Woodward is Director of SABER and Reader in Infrastructure Engineering at Ulster University in UK. He has collaborated with the quarrying and asphalt industries in the UK for the last 34 years involved in applied research in a wide range of areas from utilizing waste streams to accrediting new types of road surfacing systems. Current research interests include the tire / road interface, race track grip, 3D modelling of road surface textures and sustainable highway technologies.

Track 1- Presentation Title: Sustainable surfacing asphalt – fiction or fact?

 

 

hussain-pictureHussain Bahia is Distinguished Professor and Founder/Director of the Modified Asphalt Research Center (MARC) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He is Chair of the Working Group 7(Binders and Mastics) of the International Society of Asphalt Pavements (ISAP). He served as the Chair of the RILEM Technical Group 2 on Mixture Design and Compaction of the Advanced Testing of Bituminous Materials Committee of the RILEM International Organization. He provides consulting services for a number of companies and road agencies in the USA, South America, Africa, and the Middle-east.

Track 1- Presentation Title: Development of a More Rational System for Selecting Emulsions and Hot Binders for Surface Treatments

 

Athanassios Nikolaides is a professor and Director of Highway Engineering Laboratory at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece. He served for six years as a Member of the editorial advisory panel of ICE (UK) Journal ‘Construction Materials’ and the founder of the International Conference ‘Bituminous Mixtures and Pavements (ICONFBMP)’ organized every four years since 1992. He is specialized in pavement engineering, pavement materials and testing and apart from his research activities he provides consulting services in Europe and Asia Author of four books with the most recent being ‘Highway Engineering: Pavements, Materials and Control of quality’ published by CRC Press Taylor & Francis Group.

Track 1- Presentation Title: Sustainable and Long Life Flexible Pavements: From Research to Practice

Abstract: Sustainability is an issue that today must be considered seriously in all structures. Sustainability may be described as a quality that reflects the balance of three primary components such as economic, environmental and social impacts. In the context of pavements, the term sustainable refers to a system characteristics that encompasses a pavement’s ability to: a) achieve the engineering goals for which it was constructed, b) preserve and restore surrounding ecosystems, c) use financial, human, and environmental resources economically, and d) meet basic human needs such as health, safety, equity, employment, comfort, and happiness.

Hyun Jong Lee is a Professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Sejong University in Seoul, Korea. His recent research projects include “Development of an asphalt overlay design scheme and performance based payment adjustment factors” for the Seoul Metropolitan Government and “Development of evaluation techniques and new technology in analyzing road sinkholes” for the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport of Korea.

Track 1- Presentation Title: Application of a Developed Rutting Model in Mix Design Preparation and Pay Adjustment Factor Determination in Seoul City