Campus Community Health • HEERF I, II & III

Benjamin Mohr, Ph.D., P.E.



Benjamin  Mohr, Ph.D., P.E.


Chair and Associate Professor


Civil and Environmental Engineering

Email Address:


(931) 372-3454


Prescott Hall (PRSC) 216


Durability, microstructure, and chemistry of cement-based materials; early-age behavior of cement and concrete; fiber-reinforced concrete; supplementary cementitious materials.


  • Ph.D., Civil Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, 2005
  • M.S., Civil Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, 2002
  • B.S., Civil Engineering, University of Delaware, 2001

Recent Publications

  • Mohr, B.J., Hood, K.L. “Influence of Bleed Water Reabsorption on Cement Paste Autogenous Deformation.” Cement and Concrete Research, 2010; 40(2):220-225.
  • Ojo, J.O., Mohr, B.J. “A Review of the Analysis of Cement Hydration Kinetics via 1H Nuclear Magnetic Resonance.” In: Proceedings of the 3rd International Symposium on Nanotechnology in Construction (NICOM3), Prague, Czech Republic, May 31-June 2, 2009, Eds. Bittnar, Z., Bartos, P.J.M., Nemecek, J., Smilauer, V., Zeman, J., 2009: 107-112.
  • Mohr, B.J., Hood, K.L., Kurtis, K.E. “Mitigation of Alkali-Silica Expansion in Pulp Fiber Mortar Composites.” Cement and Concrete Composites, 2009; 31(9):677-681.
  • Mohr, B.J., Biernacki, J.J., Kurtis, K.E. “Supplementary Cementitious Materials for Mitigating Kraft Pulp Fiber-Cement Composite Degradation.” Cement and Concrete Research, 2007; 37(11): 1531-1543.