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Welcome to the LabMAT at UBB
"We conduct research focused on innovative construction materials for Civil Engineering from a vision of waste valorisation as a source to build more resilient infrastructure, promote sustainable development and foster innovation in the construction industry”
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Welcome to the LabMAT at UBB
"We conduct research focused on innovative construction materials for Civil Engineering from a vision of waste valorisation as a source to build more resilient infrastructure, promote sustainable development and foster innovation in the construction industry”
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Welcome to the LabMAT at UBB
"We conduct research focused on innovative construction materials for Civil Engineering from a vision of waste valorisation as a source to build more resilient infrastructure, promote sustainable development and foster innovation in the construction industry”
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Welcome to the LabMAT at UBB
"We conduct research focused on innovative construction materials for Civil Engineering from a vision of waste valorisation as a source to build more resilient infrastructure, promote sustainable development and foster innovation in the construction industry”

Here you will find the latest news and our upcoming events and webinars.

LabMAT research received the Best Paper Award during the Resilient Materials 4 Life (RM4L2020) Virtual Conference

Date: September 22, 2021

During days 20, 21 and 22 of September LabMAT team participated in the Resilient Materials 4 Life (RM4L2020) International Conference on smart biomimetic...

Academy of Pavement Science and Engineering- Invitation APSE Technical webinar: Self-healing bituminous materials

Date: October 26, 2021

I am glad to announce the next Academy of Pavement Science and Engineering webinar that will be held on Tuesday, October 26  8:00 AM - 9:00 AM US ET, on zoom...

Here you can find our latest Web of Science publications in peer-reviewed journals.

Ozdemir et al. (2021)

Effects of capsules containing waste oils on the mechanical properties of hot mix asphalt: experimental approach

Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering 33(9):04021242.

Liu et al. (2021)

Enhanced storage stability and rheological properties of asphalt modified by activated waste rubber powder

Materials 14(10):2693.

Contact information 

Dr. José Norambuena-Contreras
jnorambuena@ubiobio.cl
+56 (41) 311 1657

LabMAT

Avda. Collao 1202, CP 4051381
Concepción, Chile.