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Qingxu "Bill" Jin, Ph.D., P.E.
Assistant Professor 

Civil and Environmental Engineering

Michigan State University

428 S. Shaw Ln, 3576 EB

East Lansing, MI 48824

billjin@egr.msu.edu

The mission of RISE Infrastructure Materials Laboratory is to develop novel construction materials for next generation infrastructure that withstand deterioration related to extreme loading, environmental conditions, and multi-hazards. The general research topics include the following: 

  • Multi-scale concrete material design, modeling, and characterization

  • Alternative and supplementary cementitious materials with low carbon footprint 

  • Multifunctional fiber-reinforced cementitious/ceramic composites for smart infrastructure systems

  • Energy storage and large scale carbon sequestration

  • Machine learning and additive manufacturing

Our research combines materials science, mechanics and structural engineering. Learn about our projects from nano-engineered cementitious materials to industrial scale structures.
Our research facility is equipped with state-of-the art instruments for advanced characterization of infrastructure materials and for industrial and academic research
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Our team values and embraces diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI). Meet our graduate students, postdocs and undergraduate students 
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