DuRSAAM Research Training course on "AAM Technology"

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (DE)

27 January 2020 - 29 January 2020

DuRSAAM, the PhD Training Network on Durable, Reliable and Sustainable Structures with Alkali-Activated Materials, is organising a 3-day training course "AAM Technology" aimed at PhD students and interested concrete technologists who are dealing with this new binder technology. 

The aim of the course is to impart basic knowledge as well as up-to-date knowledge about specific questions of the application of binders and concretes made in practice and about how this binders and concretes behave compared to “classical” hydraulic cements and concretes, respectively. Accompanying the theoretical teaching content, the mediated knowledge will be applied in lab demonstrations.

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Find more info on the training course, the programme and the registration on the DuRSAAM website

DuRSAAM training course


DuRSAAM is a HORIZON 2020 network involving URBCON partners Ghent University, Delft University of Technology, University of Sheffield, City of Rotterdam, Resourcefull, FDN and ArcelorMittal.

The aim of DuRSAAM is to strengthen the European research area on eco-efficient construction materials and the increased competitiveness of Europe's construction sector, in applying concrete technoology based on alkali-activated materials (AAM) for a more sustainable build environment.

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