|Welcome to the homepage of the Sanchez Research Group at Vanderbilt University.
Our group engages in research in (i) durability, resilience, and development of sustainable infrastructure materials; (ii) additive manufacturing and 3D printing of multiscale, hierarchical infrastructure materials; and (iii) environmental and nuclear materials performance.
|Hong Kong Research Project: Rebuilding Concrete
|Materials Durability and Environmental Research Facilities Hub||Prof. Sanchez delivers an invited talk at the NSF workshop on Additive Manufacturing for Civil Infrastructure Design and Construction (July 13-14, 2017)|
|Cements in the 21st century: Challenges, perspectives, and opportunities. JACerS 100 (7): 2746-2773, 2017||
Vanderbilt, Purdue, Tennessee Tech
|Collaborative Research: 3D printing of civil infrastructure materials with controlled microstructure architectures. (NSF)|
|Summer 2017 high school student, Grayson Peters learned about 3D printing of cement.|
|Nanotechnology and the Concrete World: Small Science for a Big Future|
|Lesa Brown: Structural Mechanics & Materials Research|
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