Harry Hermawan is a PhD researcher at KU Leuven for the period of 2020-2023. Previously, he obtained his Master of Science in Civil and Construction Engineering from National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan, in 2018 and his Bachelor degree in Civil Engineering from Parahyangan Catholic University, Indonesia, in 2015. His research interests are self-healing concrete, mix design, green materials and non-destructive testing. During his studies, he was active in international organizations and participated in several research projects, i.e. monitoring ultrasonic responses on setting time of cement paste, development of ternary blended no-cement mortar, Densified Mixture Design Algorithm (DMDA) concrete methodology, etc. In the framework of SMARTINCS, he will be dealing with the optimization of self-healing concrete mix design to be used in ready-mixed and prefab concrete applications. In addition, he will mainly focus on the key parameters of self-healing concrete affecting engineering properties, valorisation of self-healing concrete by mix optimization and will upgrade particle packing models for inclusion of self-healing agents.



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