Early Academic Pursuits
Alper Bideci began his academic journey in Civil Engineering, laying the foundation for his future contributions to the field. His commitment to academia is reflected in his pursuit of knowledge and research in the domain of construction materials and engineering.
Alper Bideci holds the position of Associate Professor in Civil Engineering at the University of Düzce. This designation underscores his expertise and significant contributions to the field, both in academia and research. His professional endeavors extend to the Faculty of Art, Design, and Architecture, emphasizing a multidisciplinary approach to his work.
Contributions and Research Focus
His notable contributions are evident through his research focus on the mechanical and thermal properties of construction materials. His work includes studies on lightweight concrete produced with polyester-coated pumice aggregate, the effects of exposure to elevated temperatures on fiber-reinforced lightweight calcium aluminate cement-based concrete, and the determination of homogeneity index in cementitious composites. His research extends to environmental considerations, with an analysis of insulated composite facade panels using life cycle assessment (LCA).
Accolades and Recognition
While specific accolades may not be detailed in the provided information, the publication of articles in reputable international journals, particularly those indexed in the Science Citation Index-Expanded, signifies recognition within the academic and research community. The acknowledgment of one's work through publication in esteemed journals is a testament to scholarly achievement.
Impact and Influence
His impact is evident in the advancement of knowledge in the field of civil engineering, specifically in construction materials and technologies. His research contributes to the understanding of the mechanical and thermal properties of materials, providing valuable insights that can influence construction practices and material choices.
Legacy and Future Contributions
His legacy is still unfolding as he continues to make significant contributions to the academic and research landscape. His work in understanding and improving construction materials may pave the way for more sustainable and efficient building practices. As he progresses in his career, his influence on the next generation of engineers and researchers is poised to shape the future of civil engineering and construction technologies.
- Effect of Styrene Butadiene Copolymer (SBR) admixture on high strength concrete, 2016, (44)
- Fracture energy and mechanical characteristics of self-compacting concretes including waste bladder tyre, 2017, (34)
- Effects of hemp fibers on characteristics of cement based mortar, 2018, (104)
- Environmental performance analysis of insulated composite facade panels using life cycle assessment (LCA), 2019, (25)
- Bond behavior of lightweight concretes containing coated pumice aggregate: hinged beam approach 2015, (7)