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CBBG YR5 Poster Session

Wednesday, October 28th, 2020

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 1: Hazard MitigationUsing nanoparticles as microbial transport vectorsShaivan ShivaprakashGeorgia Tech
14Thrust 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
15Thrust 2: Environmental Protection and RestorationPreventing microbial pandemics during biocrust restoration Julie Bethany RakesASU
16Thrust 2: Environmental Protection and RestorationField Demonstration of P and N Removal from Tile DrainageMichael EdgarASU
17Thrust 2: Environmental Protection and RestorationElectrokinetics for Aiding in Carbonate Precipitation ApplicationsBenjamin AgboASU
18Thrust 3: Infrastructure Construction Methods and MaterialsEffect of Bio-enhancements on Adobe Walls: Fiber Reinforcement and BiopolymerJudit GarciaNMSU
19Thrust 3: Infrastructure Construction Methods and MaterialsBio-inspired Earthen Construction: A Life Cycle Assessment of Sisal-Reinforced Adobe BricksAisha FaruqiUCD
110Thrust 3: Infrastructure Construction Methods and MaterialsEnzyme Induced Carbonate Precipitation to Suppress Toxic Dust Storms (Grade 11-12)Brianne LoyaASU
111Thrust 3: Infrastructure Construction Methods and MaterialsEvaluation of Soil Erosion in EICP-Treated Native Sands with a Lab-scale Rainfall SimulatorRashidatu OssaiNMSU
112Thrust 4: Subsurface Exploration and ExcavationEffects of Friction Anisotropy on Upward Burrowing Behavior of Soft Robots in Granular MaterialsY. Tang, S. Huang, A. ArdenteASU
113Thrust 4: Subsurface Exploration and ExcavationBio-inspired self-excavating solutions for extraterrestrial subsurface explorationSaeedeh NaziriNMSU
114Thrust 4: Subsurface Exploration and ExcavationRole of pore space architecture in bio-inspired precipitation methodsNimisha RoyGeorgia Tech
115Thrust 4: Subsurface Exploration and ExcavationSelf-Burrowing Robot Inspired by NatureY. Tang, S. Huang, D. Li, H. Bagheri, A. ArdenteASU
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 1: Hazard MitigationAfterschool Engineering Curriculum: "Natural Disasters and Geotechnical Engineering" (Grade 8)C. Ridgeway, J. GarciaNMSU
24Thrust 2: Environmental Protection and RestorationMicrobial enhancement of selenium removal in chemically modified zeolite columnsIshani KulasekaraNMSU
25Thrust 2: Environmental Protection and RestorationMicrobially Induced Iron Precipitation for Permeability ReductionZach HubbardASU
26Thrust 3: Infrastructure Construction Methods and MaterialsLongevity of Raw and Lyophilized Crude UreaseNeda JavadiASU
27Thrust 3: Infrastructure Construction Methods and MaterialsRIGA: The Root Inspired Ground AnchorJohn HuntoonGeorgia Tech
28LCSALife Cycle Sustainability Assessment of Existing and Emerging Ground Improvement MethodsAlena RaymondUCD
29Thrust 3: Infrastructure Construction Methods and MaterialsField-Scale Implementation of Biocemented Soil Columns using EICPKimberly MartinASU
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 ExcavationX-ray tomography of earthworm-inspired robotic locomotion in sandRodrigo BorelaGeorgia Tech
213Thrust 4: Subsurface Exploration and ExcavationAnalysis of the Self-Penetration Process of a Bio-Inspired In-Situ Testing ProbeYuyan ChenUCD
214Thrust 1: Hazard MitigationMICP for the Masses (8th grade, Bellwood-Antis Middle School)Travis MartinLafayette
215Thrust 1: Hazard MitigationHow Engineers Reduce the Liquefaction Factor to Protect the Soil Against Earthquakes (Grade 10)Tracy SwiftGeorgia Tech

 

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

FloorRoomThrustPoster 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 2: Environmental Protection and RestorationFate of Chromium and Metal-microbe Interaction during Extracellular Cr Reduction and Precipitation by a Microbial Mixed CulturesSrivatsan RanganASU
14Thrust 2: Environmental Protection and RestorationPassive remediation of acid rock drainage via coupled treatment approachEvelyn MirandaASU
15Thrust 3: Infrastructure Construction Methods and MaterialsOne-dimensional Swell of Expansive Soil Treated with Silicate SolutionsHani AlharbiASU
16Thrust 3: Infrastructure Construction Methods and MaterialsVolume Change Behavior of Stabilized Expansive Clays with Silica GelsLimon BogereASU
17Thrust 3: Infrastructure Construction Methods and MaterialsStabilizing Expansive Soils (Grade 8)Ashley FaussASU
18Thrust 3: Infrastructure Construction Methods and MaterialsStructural Properties of Adobe Measured with Digital Image Correlation Brittany BullardUT Tyler
19Thrust 3: Infrastructure Construction Methods and MaterialsField Trials for EICP Application for Fugitive Dust MitigationMiriam WooleyASU
110Thrust 3: Infrastructure Construction Methods and MaterialsNumerical simulation of bioinspired deep foundationsS. Ali AlealiNMSU
111Thrust 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
112Thrust 3: Infrastructure Construction Methods and MaterialsEngineered Sandcastles (Grade 7)Brandon TrotterASU
113Thrust 4: Subsurface Exploration and ExcavationEffect of Soil Properties and Obstacles on Ant Excavation BehaviorKarie YamamotoGeorgia Tech
114Thrust 4: Subsurface Exploration and ExcavationVibrational Self-burrowing Robot for Wireless Underground CommunicationYi ZhongASU
115Thrust 4: Subsurface Exploration and ExcavationCyclic behavior between snakeskin-inspired surfaces and sandKyle O'HaraUCD
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 RestorationA preliminary study of desaturation in porous media in the presence of motile bacteriaBoyoung JeongGeorgia Tech
24Thrust 2: Environmental Protection and RestorationLandfill biogas production for sustainable energy: adapting eddy covariance methods for improved biogas quantificationPaul BrewerASU
25Thrust 3: Infrastructure Construction Methods and MaterialsMulti-directional loading of 3D printed tree root models using a six-axis robotic armJasmine MillerUCD
26Thrust 3: Infrastructure Construction Methods and MaterialsTree Root Inspired Foundations: Root System Modeling and OptimizationMatthew BurrallUCD
27Thrust 3: Infrastructure Construction Methods and MaterialsA Local Scour Protection Method Inspired By Mangrove ModelX. Li, A. Enns, P. Wong ASU
28Thrust 3: Infrastructure Construction Methods and MaterialsVariability in Properties and Behavior of an EICP-treated “Standard” Sand from 3 Different SourcesVinay KrishnanASU
29Thrust 3: Infrastructure Construction Methods and MaterialsMICP for Dust Mitigation in Mine Tailings, Treatment Optimization and Durability AssessmentFarideh EhsasiASU
210Thrust 3: Infrastructure Construction Methods and MaterialsCBBG Large Outdoor Rainfall and Infiltration Simulator (LORIS)Eric EscotoASU
211Thrust 3: Infrastructure Construction Methods and MaterialsDesign and Calibration of a Portable Rainfall Simulator for Soil Erosion TestingO. Marvez Sarquis, L. RiveraNMSU
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 4: Subsurface Exploration and ExcavationStudy of Two Snake Skin-Inspired Strategies for Interface Shearing BehaviorLin HuangUCD

 

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