Engineering at Nebraska, Spring 2008
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UNL was well represented at the annual conference of the Architectural Engineering Institute of the American Society of Civil Engineers in October in Denver. Ece Erdogmus, assistant professor of architectural engineering, received awards for best paper: "Use of Ground Penetrating Radar for Accurate Concrete Thickness Measurements" by Erdogmus, E, Morcous, G., Meyer, K. (AE student), Naughtin, M. (AE student), and for best journal: "structural Appraisal of the Florentine Gothic Construction System" by Erdogmus, Boothby, and Smith. Several AE undergraduate and graduate students also gave papers at the AEI conference, including:

  • Experimental and Analytical Methods in Structural Design - Ambient Environment Effects on Experimental Modal Analysis: by Andrew Sorensen (AE Ph.D. student), Travis Schafer (AE senior), and Erdogmus
  • Fiber Reinforced Mortar Mixtures for the Reconstruction and Rehabilitation of Existing Masonry Structures: Catherine Armwood (AE Ph.D. student), Andrew Sorensen (AE Ph.D. student), Brian Skourup, B.S. AE '06 and MAE '07, Erdogmus
  • Use of Ground Penetrating Radar for Accurate Concrete Thickness Measurements: Erdogmus, George Morcous, Kenzi Meyer (AE junior), and Mary Naughtin (AE grad student)