Man

Mauricio Alejandro Lopez Casanova

Associate Professor

PONTIFICIA UNIVERSIDAD CATÓLICA DE CHILE

Santiago, Chile

Líneas de Investigación


Cement-based materials; sustainable binders; durability of concrete materials ands structures; concrete properties.; microstructure of materials.; rehabilitation of materials and structures

Educación

  •  of Science in Civil Engineering, PONTIFICIA UNIVERSIDAD CATOLICA DE CHILE. Chile, 1997
  •  Civil Engineering, PONTIFICIA UNIVERSIDAD CATOLICA DE CHILE. Chile, 1999
  •  of Science in Engineering (Construction Engineering), PONTIFICIA UNIVERSIDAD CATOLICA DE CHILE. Chile, 1999
  •  of Science in Civil Engineering, GEORGIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. Estados Unidos, 2005
  •  in Civil Engineering, UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA. Chile, 2005

Experiencia Académica

  •   Associate Professor Full Time

    PONTIFICIA UNIVERSIDAD CATOLICA DE CHILE

    de Ingeniería

    Santiago, Chile

    1999 - A la fecha

Experiencia Profesional

  •   Asesor e Ingeniero Investigador Part Time

    Dictuc S.A.

    Santiago, Chile

    1999 - A la fecha


 

Article (33)

Designing the incineration process for improving the cementitious performance of sewage sludge ash in Portland and blended cement systems
Development of a new supplementary cementitious material from the activation of copper tailings: Mechanical performance and analysis of factors
A methodology for assessing the chemical and physical potential of industrially sourced rice husk ash on strength development and early-age hydration of cement paste
Assessing and understanding the interaction between mechanical and thermal properties in concrete for developing a structural and insulating material
Flexural behavior of stratified reinforced concrete: construction, testing, analysis, and design
Understanding the relationship between the segregation of concrete and coarse aggregate density and size
Decoupling the physical and chemical effects of supplementary cementitious materials on strength and permeability: A multi-level approach
Effectiveness of tetra-ethyl-ortho-silicate (TEOS) consolidation of fired-clay bricks manufactured with different calcination temperatures
Estimating the segregation of concrete based on mixture design and vibratory energy
Massive volume fly-ash concrete: A more sustainable material with fly ash replacing cement and aggregates
Properties of mortars produced with reactivated cementitious materials
Reducing concrete permeability by using natural pozzolans and reduced aggregate-to-pasteratio
Thermo-mechanical assessment of concrete microcracking damage due to early-age temperature rise
High strength lightweight concrete (HSLC): Challenges when moving from the laboratory to the field
Observations of Bridge Performances during the 2010 Earthquake in Chile
Observations on Bridge Performance during the Chilean Earthquake of 2010
Practical Approach for Assessing Lightweight Aggregate Potential for Concrete Performance
Practical Approach for Assessing Lightweight Aggregate Potential for Concrete Performance
Quantification of chemical and biological calcium carbonate precipitation: Performance of self-healing in reinforced mortar containing chemical admixtures
Behavior of a concrete bridge cantilevered slab reinforced using NSM CFRP strips
Reactivated cementitious materials from hydrated cement paste wastes
Assessment of fire reaction and fire resistance of Guadua angustifolia kunth bamboo
Concrete Containing Natural Pozzolans: New Challenges for Internal Curing
Assessing Lightweight Aggregate Efficiency for Maximizing Internal Curing Performance
Extending internal curing to concrete mixtures with W/C higher than 0.42
High-strength self-curing low-shrinkage concrete for pavement applications
Characterization of elastic and time-dependent deformations in high performance lightweight concrete by image analysis
Effect of internally stored water on creep of high-performance concrete
Characterization of elastic and time-dependent deformations in normal strength and high performance concrete by image analysis
Prestress losses in high performance lightweight concrete pretensioned bridge girders
Creep and shrinkage of high-performance lightweight concrete
Effect of lightweight aggregate intrinsic strength on lightweight concrete compressive strength and modulus of elasticity
Mixture proportioning methodology for structural sand-lightweight concrete

ConferencePaper (1)

The influence of internal curing on basic creep and autogenous shrinkage

EditorialMaterial (2)

Number of Bilingual Specialists in Engineering in the Americas
Special Bilingual Issue on Engineering in the Americas
40
Mauricio Lopez

Associate Professor

Ingeniería y Gestión de la Construcción

PONTIFICIA UNIVERSIDAD CATÓLICA DE CHILE

Santiago, Chile

4
Patricia Martinez

Profesor titular

Facultad de Ingeniería

UNIVERSIDAD DE VALPARAÍSO

Valparaíso, Chile

3
Álvaro Paul

Profesor Asociado

Facultad de Ingeniería y Ciencias Aplicadas

UNIVERSIDAD DE LOS ANDES

Santiago, Chile

3
Iván Navarrete

Profesor Asistente

Ingeniería y Gestión de la Construcción

Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile

Santiago, Chile

3
Ricardo Serpell

Profesor Asistente

Escuela de Ingeniería, Departamento de Ingeniería y Gestión de la Construcción

Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile

Santiago, Chile

2
Javier Castro

Vicedecano

Facultad de Ingeniería

Universidad del Desarrollo

Santiago, Chile

2
Felipe Vargas

Profesor Auxiliar

Instituto de Obras Civiles

Universidad Austral de Chile

Valdivia, Chile

2
Sergio Vera

Associate Professor

Construction Engineering and Management

PONTIFICIA UNIVERSIDAD CATÓLICA DE CHILE

Santiago, Chile

1
Loreto Valenzuela

Profesor Asociado

Ingeniería Química y Bioprocesos

PONTIFICIA UNIVERSIDAD CATÓLICA DE CHILE

Santiago, Chile

1
Matias Hube

Profesor Asociado

Ingeniería Estructural y Geotécnica

Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile

Santiago, Chile

1
José Remesar

MBA student

University of Florida

Gainesville, Estados Unidos