AAPT 2016 Student Poster Session

The AAPT 2016 Annual Meeting and Technical Session included a Student Poster Session. This program was a great success. The posters were available throughout the 2016 Annual Meeting and Technical Sessions in Indianapolis, IN. 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.

The posters were judged by a selection of AAPT members and the winner was:

Pothole Predictive Models Using Traffic and Weather Condition Data

Leila Sadeghi


2016 Poster Session Program

  1. Indirect evaluation of the RAP binder rheological behavior
    Chiara Riccardi

    Abstract | Poster
  2. Evaluating the Effect of Recycling Agents on the Stiffness of High RAP/RAS Mixtures
    Fawaz Kaseer

    Abstract | Poster
  3. Pavement Performance Evaluation of the Low-Volume Roads after Flooding
    Mohamed Elshaer

    Abstract | Poster
  4. Laboratory versus Plant Production: Impact of Material Properties on Cracking Performance of RAP/RAS Mixtures
    Reyhaneh Rahbar-Rastegar

    Abstract | Poster
  5. Asphalt Binder and Mixture Characterization of Airfield Runways with Fatigue Cracking
    Rostyslav Shamborovskyy

    Abstract | Poster
  6. Evaluation of Foamed Warm Mix Asphalt with High RAP: Lab and Field Experiments
    Zhaoxing Xie

    Abstract | Poster
  7. Multi-source Detection Data Based Methodology for Improving Maintenance and Rehabilitation (M&R) Judgment Effectiveness
    Di Wang

    Abstract | Poster
  8. Durability Evaluation of PFC Mixtures
    Maria Hernandez-Saenz

    Abstract | Poster
  9. Evaluation of Asphalt Layer Interface Breakdown Under Repeated Shear
    Jeremy Magruder

    Abstract | Poster
  10. Pothole Predictive Models Using Traffic and Weather Condition Data
    Leila Sadeghi

    Abstract | Poster
  11. Development of A Field Procedure to Test Interface Bond Strength of Open Graded Friction Course Mixes
    Michael Vrtis

    Abstract | Poster
  12. Determining a Suitable Cracking Test to Predict Top--‐Down Cracking in Asphalt Pavements
    Nathan Moore

    Abstract | Poster