Participants

WHO WE ARE

There are five partners in the consortium of the TRAC project: the Univeristy of Plymouth (UoP, UK), Chalmers University of Technology (CHALMERS, Sweden), Phranakhon Rajabhat University (PNRU, Thailand), Ton Duc Thang University (TDTU, Vietnam), and Shenzhen University (SZU, China). The two EU partners have world-leading experts in the fields of concrete durability and concrete fire behaviour, and the three TC partners are actively involved in the research of RCA and the applications of corresponding recycled aggregate concretes. We have a wide experience in developing green concretes and the structural applications of recycled aggregate concretes.

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Dr Shanshan Cheng (Coordinator, UoP)

Prof Luping Tang (CHALMERS)

Dr Helen Jansson (CHALMERS)

Dr Prakasit Sokrai (PNRU)

Dr Duc-Hien Le (TDTU)

Dr Minh-Tung Tran (TDTU)

Dr Quoc-Bao Bui (TDTU)

Prof Dawang Li (SZU)

Prof Shi-cong Kou (SZU)

Tailor-made Recycled Aggregate Concrete (TRAC) is funded by the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement Nº777823. The aim of this project is to develop tailor-made concretes by using recycled concrete aggregate (RCA) for structural applications to promote the increased use of RCA in civil infrastructure projects, particularly in marine environment which is currently restricted. This RISE project will bring together an international team of researchers with a wide variety of skills in concrete research, to tackle the challenges faced by the construction industry. The project involves five partners (two from the Europe and three from the third countries) with an extensive exchange of researchers over four years (1 July 2018 - 30 June 2022). 

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Dr Shanshan Cheng

009 Reynolds Building

School of Engineering

University of Plymouth

Plymouth, UK

PL4 8AA

T: +44 (0) 1752 586112

E: shanshan.cheng@plymouth.ac.uk

© 2018 TRAC Project

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This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement Nº777823

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