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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 participates in the 9th European Asphalt Technology Association Conference (EATA 2021)

Date: June 11, 2021

During the days 7, 8 and 9 of June LabMAT team participated in the 9th European Asphalt Technology Association (EATA) Virtual Conference hosted by....

ESING Military Engineers School, Colombia. Discussion Group “Porous and self-healing asphalt mixtures”

Date: May 14, 2021

Dr. Norambuena-Contreras will participate in the online idiscussion group “Porous and self-healing asphalt mixtures” invited by the Military Engineers School...

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

Liu et al. (2021)

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

Materials 14(10):2693

Norambuena-Contreras et al. (2021)

Pyrolytic oil from waste tyres as a promising encapsulated rejuvenator for the extrinsic self-healing of bituminous materials

Road Materials and Pavement Design 22 (sup1):117-133

Contact information 

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

LabMAT

Avda. Collao 1202, CP 4051381
Concepción, Chile.