Dr. Jandro Abot, Educational Data Analysis, Best Researcher Award

Doctorate at The Catholic University of Amrica, United States

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Dr. Jandro L. Abot is a distinguished academician and researcher renowned for his contributions to the field of engineering, particularly in integrated sensing using carbon nanotube fibers. With over 150 technical publications and numerous roles as an editor for international journals, Dr. Abot has significantly advanced the understanding and application of carbon nanotube sensors in high-performance materials. He has also led various projects funded by prestigious organizations like NASA, the Department of Defense, and Petrobras, mentoring over thirty doctoral and master’s students and teaching twenty-five different engineering courses.

Education 🎓

  • Ph.D. in Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, Northwestern University, 12/2000
  • M.S. in Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, Northwestern University, 12/1998
  • B.E. in Structural Engineering, Universidad de la República, Montevideo, Uruguay, 02/1993

Professional Experience 🛠️

The Catholic University of America (2010-Present)

  • Associate Professor (2017-Present)
  • Associate Professor (Clinical) (2011-2017)
  • Assistant Professor (Clinical) (2010-2011)
  • Director of Materials Science and Engineering Program (01-07/2017)
  • Director of International Programs, School of Engineering (2013-Present)
  • Director of Intelligent Materials Laboratory (2011-Present)
  • Fulbright US Scholar (2014-2015)

University of Cincinnati (2003-2009)

  • Assistant Professor
  • Established the Laboratory of Multiscale Materials Characterization and Composite Structures

Northwestern University (1997-2003)

  • Research Associate (01/2001-07/2003)
  • Research Assistant/Teaching Assistant (06/1997-12/2000)

Universidad de la República (1992-1996)

  • Research Assistant/Teaching Assistant

Scholarly Research 📚

Dr. Abot’s recent research achievements include the invention of piezoimpedance-based carbon nanotube fiber sensors, pivotal for real-time health monitoring of aerospace and naval vehicles. His work has been extensively cited, with an h-index of 26 on Google Scholar.

Graduate Student Advising 🎓

  • Ph.D. Students: Successfully directed dissertations on topics including carbon nanotube yarn supercapacitors and computational modeling of mechanical responses.
  • M.S. Students: Guided theses on subjects like CNT yarn sensors and polymer coatings for carbon fibers.

Professional Society Activities 🌐

  • Active member and leader in societies such as the American Society for Composites, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, and the American Carbon Society.
  • Chief Advisor for Tau Beta Pi Honor Society at Catholic University.
  • Former Academic Director for the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers, DC Professional Chapter.

Research Awards and Grants 🎖️

  • Received multiple grants from NASA, the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Petrobras, and others, totaling significant funding for various pioneering research projects.

Development of Laboratory Facilities 🏢

  • Established the Intelligent Materials Lab at Catholic University and the Laboratory of Multiscale Materials Characterization and Composite Structures at the University of Cincinnati, equipping them with state-of-the-art tools for advanced materials research.

Dr. Jandro L. Abot’s extensive contributions to engineering education and research have left an indelible mark on the field, driving innovation and mentoring the next generation of engineers. 🌟

Publication Top Noted:

Paper Title: Delamination detection with carbon nanotube thread in self-sensing composite materials
  • Authors: Jandro L Abot, Yi Song, Maruthi Sri Vatsavaya, Sandeep Medikonda, Zachary Kier, Chaminda Jayasinghe, Nathan Rooy, Vesselin N Shanov, Mark J Schulz
  • Journal: Composites Science and Technology
  • Year:  2010
  •  citations: 195
Paper Title: Elastic response of a carbon nanotube fiber reinforced polymeric composite: a numerical and experimental study
  • Authors: Mandar Kulkarni, David Carnahan, Kapil Kulkarni, Dong Qian, Jandro L Abot
  • Journal: Composites Part B: Engineering
  • Year:  2010
  •  citations: 163
Paper Title: Novel carbon nanotube array-reinforced laminated composite materials with higher interlaminar elastic properties
  • Authors: JL Abot, Y Song, MJ Schulz, VN Shanov
  • Journal: Composites Science and Technology
  • Year:  2008
  •  citations: 109
Paper Title: The effect of honeycomb relative density on its effective in-plane elastic moduli: An experimental study
  • Authors: S Balawi, JL Abot
  • Journal:Composite Structures
  • Year:  2008
  •  citations: 113
Paper Title: A refined model for the effective in-plane elastic moduli of hexagonal honeycombs
  • Authors: S Balawi, JL Abot
  • Journal: Composite Structures
  • Year: 2008
  •  citations: 117
Jandro Abot | Educational Data Analysis | Best Researcher Award

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