Hamzeh Haghshenas

Hamzeh Haghshenas

Graduate Student (PhD)
Hamzeh Haghshenas
Contact Information:
362D WHIT
City Campus (Lincoln)
h.haghshenas@huskers.unl.edu

Degree:
PhD

Specialization:
Geotechnical/Materials

Advisor:
Yong-Rak Kim



About Me:
Education
M.Sc. Civil Engineering (Road and Transportation Engineering) at Tehran, Iran
B.Sc. Civil Engineering at Tehran, Iran
Experience
Graduate Research Assistant: Department of Civil Engineering, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, January 2014—Present
Research Assistant: “Bitumen and asphalt laboratory”, Department of Civil Engineering and Environment, Amirkabir University of Technology, 2011-2014
Research Assistant: “Rock Mechanics laboratory”, Department of Civil Engineering and Environment, Amirkabir University of Technology, 2011-2014
Expert of Laboratory: “Structural laboratory”, Department of Civil Engineering and Environment, Amirkabir University of Technology, 2009-2014.
Graduate Teaching Assistant: Materials of Construction (CE378), University of Nebraska-Lincoln, January 2016-May 2016.
Teaching Assistant: “Traffic – Road Design – Transporting Planning”, Department of Civil Engineering Joint program between Amirkabir University of Technology and University of Birmingham, UK, 2008-2011.
Teaching Assistant: “Transporting Planning”, Amirkabir University of Technology, 2005-2014.
Publications
H.F. Haghshenas, A. Khodaii, M. Saleh, “Long Term Effectiveness of Anti-Stripping Agents”, Journal of Construction and Building Materials (Elsevier), 2015, Volume 76, P.P 307-312.
H.F. Haghshenas, A. Khodaii, M. Khedmati, S. Tapkm "A Mathematical Model for Predicting Stripping Potential of Hot Mix Asphalt", Journal of Construction and Building Materials (Elsevier), 2015, Volume 75, P.P 488-495.
H.F. Haghshenas, A. Khodaii, M. Hossain, D. S. Gedafa "Stripping Potential of HMA and SMA: A Study Using Statistical Approach", Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering (ASCE), 2015, DOI: 10.1061/ (ASCE) MT.1943-5533.0001266, 06015002.
H.F. Haghshenas, A. Khodaii, A. Mehrara, M.H. Dehnad, A. S. Ahari "Frequency and temperature interactive effects on hot mix permanent deformation using response surface methodology", Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering (ASCE), 2014, Volume 26, Issue 6, DOI: 10.1061/ (ASyE) MT.1943-5533 .0000894.
A. Khodaii, M. Khedmati, H.F. Haghshenas, - Khedmati "Statistical Evaluation of Hot Mix Asphalt Resilient Modulus Using a Central Composite Design", International Journal of Pavement Research and Technology, 2014, Volume 7, P.P 445-450.
A. Kavussi, M.R. Ghorbani, A. Khodaii, H.F. Haghshenas "Moisture Susceptibility of Warm Mix Asphalt: A Statistical Analysis of the Laboratory Testing Results", Journal of Construction and Building Materials (Elsevier), 2014, Volume 52, P.P 511-517.
A. Khodaii, H.F. Haghshenas, H. Kazemi Tehrani, M. Khedmati "Application of response surface methodology to evaluate stone matrix asphalt stripping potential", KSCE Journal of Civil Engineering (Springer), 2013, Volume 17, Number 1.
A. Khodaii, H.F. Haghshenas, H. Kazemi T:ehrani "Effect of grading and lime content on HMA stripping using statistical methodology", Journal of Construction and Building Materials (Elsevier), 2012, Volume 34, P.P 131-135.
A. Khodaii, H. Kazemi Tehrani, H.F. Haghshenas "Hydrated Lime effect on Moisture Susceptibility of Warm Mix Asphalt.", Journal of Construction and Building Materials (Elsevier), 2012, Volume 36, P.P 165-170.
Awards
Milton Mohr Graduate Scholarship and Fellowship, College of Engineering, University ofNebraska-Lincoln, 2016-2017.
H.F. Haghshenas, M. Khedmati, Nano Art Competition, 1st Place award, Nebraska Center for Materials and Nanoscience, 2016.
Graduate Teaching Assistantship, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, January 2016-May 2016.
Graduate Research Assistantship, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, January 2014-Present.