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draft-king-soccer-picks,Dr. Vaidya also has extensive experience in conducting research to develop new products and leading projects related to government agencies and utility clients. He is passionate about working with various types of construction materials and understanding their behavior, which is why he loves to work in the chemistry laboratory, where he gets to analyze various materials and provide his expert opinion to the clients.


bet365-sports-cricket,Ph.D. in Civil Engineering, Louisiana Tech University, 2009

basketball-coach-qualities,M.S. in Civil Engineering, Louisiana Tech University, 2009

B.S. in Civil Engineering, Osmania University, India, 2004,volleyball-nations-league-maschile-2021


  • ASTM International


Vaidya, S. and Allouche E.N. 2011. “Strain Sensing of Carbon Fiber Reinforced Geopolymer Concrete”. Materials and Structures Journal, Volume 44, Issue 8, pp 1467-1475.,have-southampton-won-the-premier-league

Vaidya, S. and Allouche E.N. 2011. “Experimental Evaluation of Electrical Conductivity of Carbon Fiber Reinforced Fly-Ash Based Geopolymer”. Smart Structures and Systems, DOI: 10.12989/sss.2011.7.1.027.,basketball-reference-college

giant-volleyball-net,Vaidya, S, Diaz, E.I., and Allouche E.N. 2011 “Experimental Evaluation of Self-Cure Geopolymer Concrete for Mass Pour Applications”. 2011 World of Coal Ash Conference, Denver, Colorado, May.