AAPT 2014 Student Poster Session

The AAPT 2014 Annual Meeting and Technical Session included a Student Poster Session. This program was a great success. There were 29 poster abstracts submitted and 12 were chosen to be presented. The posters were available throughout the 2014 Annual Meeting and Technical Sessions in Atlanta, GA. The AAPT Student Poster Session is a valuable opportunity for student authors to present ongoing or completed research and meet with interested AAPT members for in-depth technical discussion. (Copies of the posters and abstracts are available by following the individual links below or all the abstracts can be viewed here.) The posters were judged by a selection of AAPT members and the winner was:

The 12 posters that were presented are:

2014 Poster Session Program

  1. Development of a Mix Design Procedure for Foamed Asphalt Mixture
    Fan Yin, Texas A&M University
    Edith Arambul, David Newcomb, Texas A&M Transportation Institute

    Abstract | Poster
  2. Towards 100% Hot Mix Recycling
    Martins Zaumanis, Rajib Mallick, Robert Frank, Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI)

    Abstract | Poster
  3. Modulus and Performance Evaluation of Three Reflective Cracking Mitigation Treatments
    Can Chen, Graduate student,Department of Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering, Iowa State University
    R. Christopher Williams, Professor, Department of Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering, Iowa State University
    Shibin Lin, Graduate student, Department of Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering, Iowa State University
    Jeramy, C. Ashlock, Assistant Professor, Department of Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering, Iowa State University

    Abstract | Poster
  4. The study of adhesive bonding degrades in hot mix asphalt
    (HMA) pavement due to clay-rich aggregate
    Chi-Wei CHEN, Myriam DUC, IFSTTAR

    Abstract | Poster
  5. Using Additional Asphalt Binder to Improve High RAP Mixtures in the Northeast
    Sonja Pape, University of New Hampshire
    Jo Sias Daniel, Ph.D., P.E., University of New Hampshire

    Abstract | Poster
  6. Laboratory Investigation into Mechanical Properties of Cement Emulsified Asphalt Mortar
    Xiang Shu, Baoshan Huang, Tyler Rutherford, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
    The University of Tennessee
    Zhenjun Wang, School of Materials Science & Engineering Chang’an University
    David Clarke, Center for Transportation Research The University of Tennessee

    Abstract | Poster
  7. Comparison of Compaction Methods on Full Depth Reclamation
    Sadie Smith, Chase Henrichs, University of Arkansas, Department of Civil Engineering

    Abstract | Poster
  8. Friction in Asphalt Concrete Mixes: Experimental and Computational Issues
    Mirella Maria Villani, Civil Engineering and Geosciences Section of (Rail)-Road Engineering, Delft University of Technology

    Abstract | Poster
  9. Application of Intelligent Asphalt Compaction Analyzer in Improving the Compaction Quality
    of Asphalt Pavement

    Syed Asif Imran

    Abstract | Poster
  10. Evaluating the Binder Availability of Recycled Asphalt Shingles in Asphalt Concrete
    Thomas David Farris, Auburn University

    Abstract | Poster
  11. Laboratory evaluation into optimized mixing procedures for asphalt paving mixtures
    Jason Moore, Sheng Zhao,Graduate Student, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, The University of Tennessee
    Baoshan Huang, Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, The University of Tennessee
    Xiang Shu, Research Assistant Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, The University of Tennessee

    Abstract | Poster
  12. Verification of Backcalculated Resilient Modulus of Unbound Pavement Layers
    Michael Vrtis, Graduate Research Assistant, Auburn University/NCAT

    Abstract | Poster