Cristina Zanotti joined the Civil Engineering Department at UBC as Assistant Professor in July 2016. She earned a PhD degree in “Structural Rehabilitation and Maintenance of Ancient and Modern Buildings” and a MASc degree in Civil Engineering at the University of Brescia in Italy, and enrolled as postdoctoral fellow at UBC in 2013.
Cristina’s research aims at developing constructions and repairs that are durable, sustainable, and compatible with social and physical environment. Her current projects are focused on durable infrastructure repair, prevention of delamination in concrete repairs, alterative cementitious materials, and construction materials/technologies for sustainable communities.
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Infrastructure repair and durability, sustainable construction materials, alternative cementitious materials, durability of concrete structures, historical heritage structures, concrete-concrete bond, numerical analysis of reinforced concrete structures, early-age thermal cracking, fiber reinforced concrete.
|CIVL 598H||Topics in Civil Engineering|
|CIVL 422||Project Based Learning in Civil Engineering Materials|
|CIVL 420||Concrete Technology|
|CIVL 231||Solid Mechanics|