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Name Affiliation Title
R. A. Livingston FHA, USA NEUTRON SCATTERING METHODS FOR CONCRETE NANOSTRUCTURE CHARACTERIZATION
P. Bartos University of Paisley, UK NANOTECHNOLOGY IN CONSTRUCTION: A ROADMAP FOR DEVELOPMENT
L. Cassar Italcementi,
Italy
NANOTECHNOLOGY AND PHOTOCATALYSIS IN CEMENTITOUS MATERIALS
J. Schweitzer University of Connecticut, USA NANOSCALE MEASUREMENTS OF CEMENT HYDRATION DURING THE INDUCTION PERIOD
L. Raki IRC-NRC, Canada SYNTHESIS OF CALCIUM SILICATE HYDRATE/POLYMER NANOCOMPOSITES
K. Zetkova Synpo, Czech Republic CURRENT ACTIVITIES IN CONSTRUCTION
D. Quenard CSTB, France MICRO-NANO POROUS MATERIALS FOR HIGH PERFORMANCE THERMAL INSULATION
P. Acker Lafarge, France ULTRA HIGH-PERFORMANCE CONCRETE: MATERIAL ENGINEERING BY NANOINDENTATION TESTING AND NANOMECHANICAL ANALYSIS
J. S. Dolado NANOC-LABEIN, Spain AB-INITIO MODELLING AS A TOOL FOR UNDERSTANDING C-S-H GEL
I. Campillo NANOC, LABEIN-Tecnalia, Spain CHARACTERIZATION AND REDUCTION BY NANO-ADDITIONS OF THE EFFECT OF CALEACHING IN CEMENT PASTES
A. Porro NANOC, LABEIN-Tecnalia, Spain OPENING PAPER: NANOSCIENCE AND NANOTECHNOLOGY IN CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS
K. van Breugel Delft University, Netherlands MULTI-SCALE MODELLING: THE VEHICLE FOR PROGRESS IN FUNDAMENTAL AND PRACTICE-ORIENTED RESEARCH
T. H. Wegner USDA Forest Service, USA NANOTECHNOLOGY OPPORTUNITIES IN RESIDENTIAL AND NON-RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION
J. Larsen-Basse NSF, USA NANOMATERIALS IN CONSTRUCTION AND REHABILITATION: CONTRIBUTIONS AND PERSPECTIVES OF THE US NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION
A. Palomo IETCC-CSIC, Spain THE ALKALI ACTIVATION OF FLY ASHES: FROM MACRO TO NANOSCALE
J. Kasperkiewicz IPPT-PAN, Poland ON A POSSIBILITY OF STRUCTURE IDENTIFICATION BY MICROINDENTATION AND ACOUSTIC EMISSION
Roland Pellenq University of Marseille, France THE NATURE OF COHESION FORCES IN HARDENED CEMENT-BASED MATERIALS
A. Dominguez University of Sevilla, Spain SUPERPLASTIC BEHAVIOUR IN NANO CERAMICS
G. Elvin University of Illinois, USA NANOTECHNOLOGY AND DESIGN
P. Balaguru Rutgers University, USA NANO-CONCRETE: POSSIBILITIES AND CHALLENGES
M. T. Cuberes Castilla-La Mancha University, Spain ULTRASONIC FORCE MICROSCOPY: A TECHNIQUE FOR MAPPING MATERIALS PROPERTIES AT A NANOMETER SCALE WITH POTENTIAL APPLICATIONS TO BUILDING MATERIALS

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