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Join CEGE alumni and friends in this quarterly virtual event. Connect with Ohio State faculty sharing the next research innovations to advance civil, environmental and geodetic engineering practice and benefit society.

Join us for our next online event on November 10, 2021 from 12:00 noon - 1:00 pm. Register today!

Thanks to all alumni and friends who attended our September online event!

Wednesday, November 10, 2021

Lisa Burris, Assistant Professor

Structural and Materials Engineering


Dr. Lisa Burris' current research is focused on increasing the sustainability of concrete construction through the use of novel supplementary cementitious materials (SCMs) and alternative cementitious materials (ACMs) for use in traffic infrastructure such as bridge decks and pavements.

Her work, specifically, has focused on characterization of SCM and ACM properties and understanding the relationship between hydration and development of properties related to strength and durability of concrete mixtures so that they can be used more effectively, more efficiently, and more often, with less risk.

Dr. Burris is an affiliated faculty member of Ohio State's Sustainability Institute and serves as director of the Cementitious Novel Technologies (CeMENT) Research Group.




Attendees will receive one (1) attendance hour towards professional development activities.

Please consult your state or local licensing authority for certification details.

Please contact Courtney Ross ( or Kevin Satterfield ( for more information about CEGE CONNEXT.

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Please join us on November 10, 2021 for the next installment of CEGE CONNEXT.

Our presenter will be Assistant Professor Lisa Burris, a member of CEGE's Structural and Materials Engineering faculty group.

Zoom meeting: 11.10.21

12:00 noon - 1:00 pm