Seyedhamed Sadati is a PhD candidate of Civil Engineering at Missouri University of Science and Technology. His expertise are in the field of concrete technology, with a focus on durability of reinforced concrete structures and optimization of sustainable concrete materials for transportation infrastructure. He has served as the co-instructor of the "Transportation Engineering" course for two years at the Department of Civil, Architectural, and Environmental Engineering at Missouri University of Science and Technology.
Nicolas Ali Libre, PhD, is an assistant teaching professor of Civil Engineering in Missouri University of Science and Technology.He received his B.S. (2001), M.S. (2003) and Ph.D. (2009) in civil engineering with emphasis in structural engineering, all from the University of Tehran, Iran.
His research interests and experience are in the field of computational mechanics, applied mathematics and cement-based composite materials. During his post-doc in the Department of Mathematics at Hong Kong Baptist University (2010-2011) he focused on developing meshfree numerical methods. Given his multidisciplinary background, he was appointed as the director of research in the Construction Materials Institute (2011-2013) at the University of Tehran and assistant professor at Islamic Azad University. In that capacity, he had the opportunity of leading several industry-related research projects and mentoring graduate and undergraduate students.
Over the span of his career, Dr. Libre has authored and co-authored over 17 peer-reviewed journal articles and over 50 conference papers. He has advised and co-advised 7 graduate students and mentored over 20 undergraduate students. He has collaborated with scholars from several countries, including Iran, China, Slovenia, Canada, and the US. He also served as a reviewer for 6 journals and 5 conferences.
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