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European Network for Durable Reinforcement and Rehabilitation Solutions

Contract Number: MC-ITN-2013-607851

 

 

Overview The Department of Constructions Materials and Engineering Geology is one of the ten Departments at the Faculty of Civil Engineering, Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME). The BME is 230 years old. It is an interdisciplinary centre with 8 faculties and the largest University in Hungary. Research carried out in the laboratory of the Department covers all aspects of concrete materials, structural behaviour, analysis and design. The Department of Constructions Materials and Engineering Geology has the largest number of post-graduate researchers and highest research income per academic staff of any similar department in BME. The Department offers several post-graduate courses. Currently, there are 3 academics, and 2 PhD students working in the field of composites in construction.
People Dr. Balázs L. György; Scientist-in-charge, Professor; Expertise in Structural Concrete, FRP, FRC.
Dr. Adorján Borosnyói; Associate Professor; Expertise in Structural Concrete, FRP, Serviceability.
Dr. Éva Lublóy; Senior Lecturer; Expertise in Structural Concrete, FRP, Elevated temperature
Key Research Activities

Infrastructure for the laboratory testing of bond, mechanical characteristics, structural behaviour of FRP at normal and elevated temperatures and fire; serviceability criteria