Prof Stan Wild
BSc, MSc, PhD.
Main Research Subjects:
- Construction Materials, particularly cement and concrete with emphasis on pozzolanic materials, utilisation of waste materials in cement and sustainability.
Career Summary, Specialist Projects and Academic Activities:
Published over one hundred papers (including 40 refereed conference proc., 60 refereed academic journal) and successfully supervised 17 PhD and 7 MPhil students. Carried out numerous consultancies (over 50) principally in the general area of physical and chemical testing of cements, mortars and concretes. Attracted over Â£700,000 in research funding, which includes funding from EPSRC (including funding from JREI and SRIF), the European Commission, and Government Technology Foresight funding.
J. Bai, A.Chaipanich, J. M. Kinuthia, M. O’Farrell, B. B. Sabir S. Wild, and M. H. Lewis. Compressive strength and hydration of wastepaper sludge ash â€“ ground granulated blastfurnace slag (WSA â€“ GGBS) blended pastes. Cement and Concrete Research, 33, 2003, pp. 1189-1202.
Smallwood I., Wild S. and Morgan E. The resistance of metakaolin (MK) â€“ Portland cement (PC) concrete to the thaumasite-type of sulphate attack. Cement and Concrete Composites, 25, (2003) 931-938.
Wild S. Keynote paper â€“ Portland Cement Binders: Science and Sustainability, Proceedings of the International Symposium Celebrating Concrete People and Practice, University of Dundee, 3-4 Sept. 2003, Role of Cement Science in Sustainable Development â€“ Supplementary cementing materials, 143-160, 2003, Publ. Thomas Telford, ISBN: 0 7277 3246 3.
External / Professional Representation:
Acted as external examiner to numerous PhD students at other Universities. Currently acts as referee for a number of quality journals and on the EPSRC college.
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