Welcome to my website. I am an Assistant Professor of Science and Mathematics at Philadelphia University. My current research interests focus on the reutilization of waste materials such as fly ash. Some of my other research areas include:
- Large scale utilization of coal ash
- Chemical resistant structures
- Steel rebar corrosion protection
- Mid - range refractory materials
- Removal of heavy metals from contaminated water
- Removal of heavy metals from contaminated soil
- Removal of hydrocarbon from contaminated sites
- Cellular concrete
- Ultra high strength construction materials
- Impact resistant construction materials
- Surface modification to enhance bonding
On this site you will find a variety of information about me and the work I do. There are many links which will enable you to see many of my published research papers , view conferences which I have attended or look at patents which I have been awarded. I hope you enjoy this site and if you have any questions please feel free to contact me.
The general structure of this site is as follows:
Here you will find a complete listing of all of my major publications. You can view the entire list or view the papers according to the year in which they were written. Some of the papers are available for you to view in PDF or Word format.
These are a few links which will send you to articles about me, conferences which I have attended or organizations which I am involved with.
I am fortunate to have been involved in some very important discoveries during my career. Here you will find information about two patents which I have been awarded by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). If you need more detailed information about these inventions you can click on the links which will bring you to the USPTO website which discusses each of these patents in depth.
If you have any questions about this site or my work you can use this page to find out how you can contact me.
By clicking here you can download my current resume in either PDF or Word format.
I have made available here a partial listing of past, present and future funded research activities.