Ph.D. from the Civil and Environmental Engineering

Statut : Professeur

Thématique : Mécanique, matériaux, construction, génie civil

Département : Génie Mécanique et Matériaux


Matthieu VANDAMME received his Ph.D. from the Civil and Environmental Engineering department at MIT (Cambridge, MA) in 2008, for a study of the creep properties of cementitious materials by nanoindentation. He is also engineer from Ecole Polytechnique (France) and from Ecole nationale des ponts et chaussées (France), and received an M.S. in solid mechanics from École des Ponts ParisTech in 2002. He was awarded the 2016 EMI Leonardo da Vinci Award. He specializes in poromechanics (i.e. in the study of how in-pore physical processes impact the mechanical behavior of porous materials) applied to civil engineering materials (concrete, rocks, soils). He also studies the creep properties of those materials

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