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Juan Pablo Gevaudan Burgos

Assistant Professor

Affiliation(s):

  • Architectural Engineering

Research Areas:

Building Structural Systems

Interest Areas:

Conventional and low-CO2 concrete technology, durability science of cementitious materials, cement chemistry, extra-terrestrial applications, automated construction, advanced materials manufacturing and characterization of cement-based materials.

 
 

 

Education

  • B.S., Civil Engineering, University of Texas at Austin, 2014
  • Ph.D., Architectural Engineering, University of Colorado - Boulder, 2019
  • M.S., Architectural Engineering, University of Colorado - Boulder, 2019

Publications

Journal Articles

  • Reza Homayoonmehr, Ali Akbar Ramezanianpour, Faramarz Moodi, Amir Mohammad Ramezanianpour and Juan Pablo Gevaudan, 2022, "A Review on the Effect of Metakaolin on the Chloride Binding of Concrete, Mortar, and Paste Specimens", Sustainability, 14, (22)
  • Juan Pablo Gevaudan, Zoey Craun and Wil V. Srubar, 2021, "Sulfuric acid degradation of alkali-activated metakaolin cements supplemented with brucite", Cement and Concrete Composites, 121
  • J. Osio-Norgaard, A. N. Aday, X. Chen, S. L. Williams, Juan Pablo Gevaudan and W. V. Srubar, 2021, "Silica-modifying chemical admixtures for directed zeolitization of metakaolin-based alkali-activated materials", Cement and Concrete Research, 142
  • Matthew Bedeaux, Juan Pablo Gevaudan, Bimala Lama and Wil V. Srubar, 2021, "Atomic structure and phase assemblages in novel M-(N)-A-S-H materials", Cement and Concrete Research, 142
  • Rebecca Napolitano, Wesley Reinhart and Juan Pablo Gevaudan, 2021, "Smart cities built with smart materials", Science, 371, (6535), pp. 1200-1201
  • Qing Li, Xinyuan Li, Kai Yang, Xiaohong Zhu, Juan Pablo Gevaudan, Changhui Yang and Muhammed Basheer, 2021, "The long-term failure mechanisms of alkali-activated slag mortar exposed to wet-dry cycles of sodium sulphate", Cement and Concrete Composites, 116
  • Juan Pablo Gevaudan, Briana Santa-Ana and Wil V. Srubar, 2021, "Iron mineral admixtures improve the sulfuric acid resistance of low-calcium alkali-activated cements", Cement and Concrete Composites, 116
  • Juan Pablo Gevaudan, Jaqueline D. Wallat, Bimala Lama and Wil V. Srubar, 2020, "PVA- and PEG-assisted sol-gel synthesis of aluminosilicate precursors for N-A-S-H geopolymer cements", Journal of the American Ceramic Society, 103, (2), pp. 859-877
  • Juan Pablo Gevaudan, Zoey M. Craun and Wil V. Srubar, 2019, "Using Calcined Waste Eggshells to Remove Sulfate in Nonpotable Concrete Mixing Water", Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering, 31, (6)
  • Juan Pablo Gevaudan, Alejandro Caicedo-Ramirez, Mark T. Hernandez and Wil V. Srubar, 2019, "Copper and cobalt improve the acid resistance of alkali-activated cements", Cement and Concrete Research, 115, pp. 327-338
  • Jorge Osio-Norgaard, Juan Pablo Gevaudan and Wil V. Srubar, 2018, "A review of chloride transport in alkali-activated cement paste, mortar, and concrete", Construction and Building Materials, 186, pp. 191-206
  • Juan Pablo Gevaudan, Kate M. Campbell, Tyler J. Kane, Richard K. Shoemaker and Wil V. Srubar, 2017, "Mineralization dynamics of metakaolin-based alkali-activated cements", Cement and Concrete Research, 94, pp. 1-12

Conference Proceedings

  • Juan Pablo Gevaudan and Susan A. Bernal, 2021, "Chloride-induced Corrosion of Steel Reinforcement in Alkali-Activated Slag/Metakaolin Blended Concretes"
  • Juan Pablo Gevaudan, Jorge Osio-Norgaard and Wil V. Srubar, 2019, "Alternative cements: Recent developments and future directions", pp. 294-308
  • Juan Pablo Gevaudan and Wil V. Srubar, 2017, "Energy Performance of Alkali-Activated Cement-Based Concrete Buildings", pp. 311-323

Research Projects

  • August 2021 - August 2033, "Nuclear Energy University Programs-Fellowship and Scholarship Support," (Sponsor: U.S. Department of Energy).
  • September 2022 - August 2025, "IRES Track I: International Partnership for Responsive Infrastructure using Sustainable Multifunctional Materials (iPRISM)," (Sponsor: National Science Foundation).
  • October 2021 - September 2024, "Development of Novel Corrosion-Responsive Buffer Materials for Long-Term Immobilization of High-Level Nuclear Waste," (Sponsor: U.S. Department of Energy).
  • August 2021 - August 2023, "Purpose-made Low-CO2 Mortars for Historic Preservation Applications," (Sponsor: National Center for Preservation Technology and Training).

Honors and Awards

  • 2019-2021 Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions Fellow, June 2019 - June 2021
  • Finalist award, National Science Foundation 2026 Idea Machine, February 2020
  • ‘Best Paper’ award, Journal of the American Ceramic Society, October 2019

Service

Service to Penn State:

  • Contributions to Programs to Enhance Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging, Chairperson, Faculty Committee, The Pennsylvania State University, 2021-2022 Recruitment and Retention Faculty Committee, August 2021
  • Participation in Recruitment and Retention Activities, Committee Member, Faculty Committee, The Pennsylvania State University, Graduate Recruitment, November 2021
  • Administrative Support Work, Other, Co-Leader, Co-Leader of the Adaptive Architecture Theme, The Convergence Center on Living Multifunctional Material Systems (LiMC2), November 2020

Service to External Organizations:

  • Participation in or Service to Professional and Learned Societies, Committee Member, ACI 242 - Alternative Cements, American Concrete Institute, July 2021
  • Participation in or Service to Professional and Learned Societies, Committee Member, ACI 236 - Material Science, American Concrete Institute, July 2021
  • Participation in or Service to Professional and Learned Societies, Member, RILEM: The International Union of Laboratories and Experts in Construction Materials, Systems and Structures, July 2021
  • Participation in or Service to Professional and Learned Societies, Member, American Ceramics Society, July 2021
  • Organizing Conferences and Service on Conference Committees, Co-Organizer, Technical Program Committee, Architectural Engineering Institute, April 2021 - April 2021
 


 

About

Globally recognized as a leading architectural engineering department, the mission of the Department of Architectural Engineering at Penn State is to advance the built environment through the development of world-class architectural engineers and research. The vision of the Department of Architectural Engineering at Penn State is to lead the world in innovative education and research to achieve high-performing built environments. Our program emphasizes the scientific and engineering aspects of planning, designing, and constructing buildings, providing our architectural engineering graduates with outstanding education and research opportunities. 

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