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Sandra is an Assistant Professor in the field of Concrete Structures, recently awarded with a ‘Delft Technology Fellowship’. Her past research focused mainly on concrete technology, following the major advances of the last decades, namely, self-compacting concrete, eco-efficient concretes, and ultra-high performance fibre reinforced cementitious composites. Sandra has the ambition to open a new research path at TU Delft on data-driven concrete science to extract knowledge and gain new insights into cement-based materials behaviour, a class of materials that is critical for shaping a sustainable future for the built environment, and enabling increased digitalization of the Construction Industry.

Education/Academic qualification

Doctorate, Performance-based design of self-compacting concrete (SCC): a contribution to enhance SCC mixtures robustness, Universidade do Porto

1 Sept 200227 Mar 2009

Award Date: 27 Mar 2009

Master's degree, Self-compacting concrete: Technology and Properties (2-year pre-Bologna Master’s degree) , Universidade do Porto

1 Sept 199911 Jan 2002

Award Date: 11 Jan 2002

Bachelor's degree, Graduation in Civil Engineering – Specialization in Structural Engineering (5-year pre-Bologna degree)

1 Sept 199431 Jul 1999

Award Date: 31 Jul 1999

External positions

Assistant Professor, Universidade do Porto

27 Mar 200931 Jul 2021

Assistant, Universidade do Porto

11 Jan 200226 Mar 2009

Assistant Trainee, Universidade do Porto

1 Sept 200110 Jan 2002

Research Scholar, Universidade do Porto

1 Sept 199931 Aug 2001


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