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CBBG YR5 Poster Session

Wednesday, October 28th, 2020

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Session #1 – 11:50AM PT & AZ/ 12:50PM MT / 1:50PM CT /2:50PM ET

FloorRoomThrustPoster TitlePresenter(s)Institution
11Thrust 1: Hazard MitigationMechanism and Cellular Physiology of Stimulated Ureolytic MICPCharles GraddyUCD
12Thrust 1: Hazard MitigationThe effect of MICP treatment zone size on foundation system performanceAlex San PabloUCD
13Thrust 2: Environmental Protection and RestorationRestoration of soil crust cover (biocrust) for erosion and fugitive dust mitigation in degraded soils and solar farmsC. Nelson/L. Gonzalez de SalcedaASU
14Thrust 2: Environmental Protection and RestorationPreventing microbial pandemics during biocrust restoration Julie Bethany RakesASU
15Thrust 3: Infrastructure Construction Methods and MaterialsNumerical simulation of bioinspired deep foundationsS. Ali AlealiNMSU
16Thrust 3: Infrastructure Construction Methods and MaterialsEffect of Bio-enhancements on Adobe Walls: Fiber Reinforcement and BiopolymerJudit GarciaNMSU
17Thrust 3: Infrastructure Construction Methods and MaterialsBio-inspired Earthen Construction: A Life Cycle Assessment of Sisal-Reinforced Adobe BricksAisha FaruqiUCD
18Thrust 3: Infrastructure Construction Methods and MaterialsDesign and Calibration of a Portable Rainfall Simulator for Soil Erosion TestingO. Marvez Sarquis, L. RiveraNMSU
19Thrust 3: Infrastructure Construction Methods and MaterialsEvaluation of Soil Erosion in EICP-Treated Native Sands with a Lab-scale Rainfall SimulatorRashidatu OssaiNMSU
110Thrust 3: Infrastructure Construction Methods and MaterialsCBBG Large Outdoor Rainfall and Infiltration Simulator (LORIS)Eric EscotoASU
111Thrust 4: Subsurface Exploration and ExcavationBio-inspired self-excavating solutions for extraterrestrial subsurface explorationSaeedeh NaziriNMSU
112Thrust 4: Subsurface Exploration and ExcavationRole of pore space architecture in bio-inspired precipitation methodsNimisha RoyGeorgia Tech
113Thrust 4: Subsurface Exploration and ExcavationEffect of Soil Properties and Obstacles on Ant Excavation BehaviorKarie YamamotoGeorgia Tech
114Thrust 4: Subsurface Exploration and ExcavationX-ray tomography of earthworm-inspired robotic locomotion in sandRodrigo BorelaGeorgia Tech
115MICP for the Masses (8th grade, Bellwood-Antis Middle School)Travis MartinLafayette
21Thrust 1: Hazard MitigationEffect of Coastal Water on Microbially Induced Desaturation and Precipitation (MIDP) via Denitrification Caitlyn HallASU
22Thrust 1: Hazard MitigationMicrobially Induced Desaturation of Stratified SoilsElizabeth Stallings Young ASU
23Thrust 2: Environmental Protection and RestorationMicrobial enhancement of selenium removal in chemically modified zeolite columnsIshani KulasekaraNMSU
24Thrust 2: Environmental Protection and RestorationFate of chromium and metal‐microbe interaction during extracellular Cr reduction and precipitation by a microbial mixed cultureSrivatsan RanganASU
25Thrust 3: Infrastructure Construction Methods and MaterialsLongevity of Raw and Lyophilized Crude UreaseNeda JavadiASU
26Thrust 3: Infrastructure Construction Methods and MaterialsField Trials for EICP Application for Fugitive Dust MitigationMiriam WooleyASU
27LCSALife Cycle Sustainability Assessment of Existing and Emerging Ground Improvement MethodsAlena RaymondUCD
28Thrust 3: Infrastructure Construction Methods and MaterialsField-Scale Implementation of Biocemented Soil Columns using EICPKimberly MartinASU
29Thrust 3: Infrastructure Construction Methods and MaterialsVariability in Properties and Behavior of an EICP-treated “Standard” Sand from 3 Different SourcesVinay KrishnanASU
210Thrust 3: Infrastructure Construction Methods and MaterialsMICP for Dust Mitigation in Mine Tailings, Treatment Optimization and Durability AssessmentFarideh EhsasiASU
211Thrust 4: Subsurface Exploration and ExcavationCyclic behavior between snakeskin-inspired surfaces and sandKyle O'HaraUCD
212Thrust 4: Subsurface Exploration and ExcavationStudy of Two Snake Skin-Inspired Strategies for Interface Shearing BehaviorLin HuangUCD
213Thrust 4: Subsurface Exploration and ExcavationAnalysis of the Self-Penetration Process of a Bio-Inspired In-Situ Testing ProbeYuyan ChenUCD
214Thrust 3: Infrastructure Construction Methods and MaterialsBiodeposition as a Surface Treatment Method to Increase 3D Concrete Durability with Post-processing and Optimization via Machine Learning (Grade 6) Juanita ThomasASU
215Thrust 3: Infrastructure Construction Methods and MaterialsEngineered Sandcastles (Grade 7)Brandon TrotterASU

 

Session #2 – 12:40PM PT & AZ / 1:40PM MT / 2:40PM CT / 3:40PM ET

FloorRoomThrust:Poster TitlePresenter(s)Institution
11Thrust 1: Hazard MitigationDissolution of Iron Oxide During MICPJunghwoon Lee Georgia Tech
12Thrust 1: Hazard MitigationConstitutive Modeling of Bio-Cemented SandsMaya El KortbawiUCD
13Thrust 1: Hazard MitigationUsing nanoparticles as microbial transport vectorsShaivan ShivaprakashGeorgia Tech
14Thrust 2: Environmental Protection and RestorationField Demonstration of P and N Removal from Tile DrainageMichael EdgarASU
15Thrust 2: Environmental Protection and RestorationElectrokinetics for Aiding in Carbonate Precipitation ApplicationsBenjamin AgboASU
16Thrust 3: Infrastructure Construction Methods and MaterialsOne-dimensional Swell of Expansive Soil Treated with Silicate SolutionsHani AlharbiASU
17Thrust 3: Infrastructure Construction Methods and MaterialsVolume Change Behavior of Stabilized Expansive Clays with Silica GelsLimon BogereASU
18Thrust 2: Environmental Protection and RestorationPassive remediation of acid rock drainage via coupled treatment approachEvelyn MirandaNMSU
19Thrust 4: Subsurface Exploration and ExcavationEffects of Friction Anisotropy on Upward Burrowing Behavior of Soft Robots in Granular MaterialsY. Tang, S. Huang, A. ArdenteASU
110Thrust 4: Subsurface Exploration and ExcavationSelf-Burrowing Robot Inspired by NatureY. Tang, S. Huang, D. Li, H. Bagheri, A. ArdenteASU
111Thrust 4: Subsurface Exploration and ExcavationVibrational Self-burrowing Robot for Wireless Underground CommunicationYi ZhongASU
112Thrust 3: Infrastructure Construction Methods and MaterialsEnzyme Induced Carbonate Precipitation to Suppress Toxic Dust Storms (Grade 11-12)Brianne LoyaASU
113Thrust 3: Infrastructure Construction Methods and MaterialsStabilizing Expansive Soils (Grade 8)Ashley FaussASU
114Thrust 3: Infrastructure Construction Methods and MaterialsStructural Properties of Adobe Measured with Digital Image Correlation Brittany BullardNMSU
115How Engineers Reduce the Liquefaction Factor to Protect the Soil Against Earthquakes (Grade 10)Tracy SwiftGeorgia Tech
21Thrust 1: Hazard MitigationMICP Stimulation of Native Ureolytic Bacteria in Marine Sands under Varying Saline ConditionsValerie Yañez UCD
22Thrust 1: Hazard MitigationEffect of Light Bio-cementation on the Liquefaction Triggering and Post-Triggering Behavior of Loose SandsMinyong LeeUCD/U. Wash.
23Thrust 2: Environmental Protection and RestorationMicrobially Induced Iron Precipitation for Permeability ReductionZach HubbardASU
24Thrust 2: Environmental Protection and RestorationA preliminary study of desaturation in porous media in the presence of motile bacteriaBoyoung JeongGeorgia Tech
25Thrust 2: Environmental Protection and RestorationLandfill biogas production for sustainable energy: adapting eddy covariance methods for improved biogas quantificationPaul BrewerASU
26Thrust 3: Infrastructure Construction Methods and MaterialsMulti-directional loading of 3D printed tree root models using a six-axis robotic armJasmine MillerUCD
27Thrust 3: Infrastructure Construction Methods and MaterialsTree Root Inspired Foundations: Root System Modeling and OptimizationMatthew BurrallUCD
28Thrust 3: Infrastructure Construction Methods and MaterialsRIGA: The Root Inspired Ground AnchorJohn HuntoonGeorgia Tech
29Thrust 3: Infrastructure Construction Methods and MaterialsA Local Scour Protection Method Inspired By Mangrove ModelX. Li, A. Enns, P. Wong ASU
210Thrust 3: Infrastructure Construction Methods and MaterialsSpider Web Inspired Geogrid for Geotechnical Applications(Jiaojun) June Liu Georgia Tech
211Thrust 4: Subsurface Exploration and ExcavationBio-inspired Methods for Reduction of Penetration Resistance in Sandy Soils Olivia Marie HuntUCD
212Thrust 4: Subsurface Exploration and ExcavationMorphological advantages of angelwing shells in rock drillingY. Zhao, B. DengGeorgia Tech
213Thrust 4: Subsurface Exploration and ExcavationNumerical analysis of anchoring forces in forward and backward motion to design a mole rat excavation robotHaozhou HeGeorgia Tech
214Thrust 1: Hazard MitigationAfterschool Engineering Curriculum: "Natural Disasters and Geotechnical Engineering" (Grade 8)C. Ridgeway, J. GarciaNMSU

 

Other Posters

ThrustPoster TitlePresenterInstitution
Thrust 4: Subsurface Exploration and ExcavationUnderstanding Soil Formation and Strength through Ant Tunneling (Grade 6)Kayla OgelsbyGeorgia Tech
Thrust 4: Subsurface Exploration and ExcavationThe Hole Story: Angel Wing Clams (cyrtopleura costata) Inspired Hard Rock Drilling Harnary SengGeorgia Tech