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Mezgeen RASOL

Postdoctoral Research Fellow at MAST/EMGCU

CFR / MAST - Département Matériaux et Structures

EMGCU - Expérimentation et modélisation pour le génie civil et urbain

Marne-la-Vallée

Bâtiment: Building: Bienvenüe

14-20 Boulevard Newton - Champs-sur-Marne - 77447 Marne-la-Vallée Cedex 2

Bureau: Office: F019

Mezgeen RASOL

Postdoctoral Research Fellow at MAST/EMGCU

Postdoctoral Research Fellow at MAST/EMGCU

CFR / MAST - Département Matériaux et Structures

EMGCU - Expérimentation et modélisation pour le génie civil et urbain

Activités de recherche

Mezgeen RASOL is a postdoctoral research fellow at Gustave Eiffel University and involving within the EMGCU-MAST-IFSATTR team in Paris, France. His research work focuses on the assessment of transportation Infrastructure, non-destructive techniques applied to structural damage assessment, Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR), numerical modelling, and data analysis approaches with particular interests in Structural Health Monitoring (SHM). He participated in various COST ACTIONS, Horizon2020 research projects during his research career experience.

Recently, he is working on two different topics related to infrastructure assessment in the framework of the PANOPTIS Horzon2020 project in EMGCU laboratory: 1) Skid resistance of the tire-road friction occurs on a measured road segment influenced by different conditions; 2) Monitoring of corrosion initiation in the RC structures by sensors.

His main research interests:
- Civil engineering;
- Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR);
- NDT applied to structural damage assessment;
- Structural health monitoring;
- Transport infrastructure assessment;
- Seismic risk assessment;
- Numerical modelling and data analysis;
- Monitoring corrosion in concrete ;
- Skid Resistance of Surface Pavements;
- Sensors _ IFSTTAR (New)

Research activity

Mezgeen RASOL is a postdoctoral research fellow at Gustave Eiffel University and involving within the EMGCU-MAST-IFSATTR team in Paris, France. His research work focuses on the assessment of transportation Infrastructure, non-destructive techniques applied to structural damage assessment, Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR), numerical modelling, and data analysis approaches with particular interests in Structural Health Monitoring (SHM). He participated in various COST ACTIONS, Horizon2020 research projects during his research career experience.

Recently, he is working on two different topics related to infrastructure assessment in the framework of the PANOPTIS Horzon2020 project in EMGCU laboratory: 1) Skid resistance of the tire-road friction occurs on a measured road segment influenced by different conditions; 2) Monitoring of corrosion initiation in the RC structures by sensors.

His main research interests:
- Civil engineering;
- Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR);
- NDT applied to structural damage assessment;
- Structural health monitoring;
- Transport infrastructure assessment;
- Seismic risk assessment;
- Numerical modelling and data analysis;
- Monitoring corrosion in concrete ;
- Skid Resistance of Surface Pavements;
- Sensors _ IFSTTAR (New)