Highest Degree University: Georgia Institute of Technology
Department: Civil & Environmental Engineering
Prescott Hall (PRSC) 216
PO Box: 5015
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
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.