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Engineering | Neithalath Lab




Ph.D. Civil Engineering Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, 2004
M.S. Civil Engineering Indian Institute of Technology Madras, 1999
B.Tech. (Hons.) Civil Engineering University of Calicut, India, 1996

Narayanan Neithalath is a Professor in the School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment at Arizona State University. His research interests include:

  • Structural materials for sustainable construction- including novel cements and cementing systems, synergistic use of reactive and filler materials, upcycling of CO2 in concrete, enhanced use of waste and recycled materials, and performance-optimized systems for desired applications. 
  • Manufacturing approaches for materials and structural systems for sustainability, efficiency, and economy- low energy, low carbon manufacturing of binding materials including cements, additive manufacturing of concrete, materials, geometry, and structural optimization. 
  • Special-performance concretes – including ultra-high performance concrete (UHPC), crack-resistant concrete through phase-change embedments, and physico-chemical and biological approaches for self-healing and enhanced durability. 
  • Materials modeling for better and efficient design- microstructure-guided modeling for prediction of properties, including mechanical, transport, and coupled processes, and their control. 

Please refer to the Publications page for a detailed list of contributions.