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Ting-Wei Wang receives Daniel P. Jenny Research Fellowship, Alan Mattock Graduate Scholarship

Civil Engineering grad student Ting-Wei Wang has been named one of five students to receive the 2018-2019 Daniel P. Jenny Research Fellowship from the Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute. The program connects professors and students with industry experts to advance research in precast concrete. In addition, Ting-Wei was also selected as the recipient of the Alan Mattock Graduate Scholarship. This scholarship is awarded to only one of the five students who received the PCI Fellowship.

Civil Engineering grad student Ting-Wei Wang has been named one of five students to receive the 2018-2019 Daniel P. Jenny Research Fellowship from the Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute. The program connects professors and students with industry experts to advance research in precast concrete.

In addition, Ting-Wei was also selected as the recipient of the Alan Mattock Graduate Scholarship. This scholarship is awarded to only one of the five students who received the PCI Fellowship. The scholarship award is $4000 and is awarded in memory of Dr. Alan Mattock who conducted transformative research in precast/prestressed concrete during his career.

Ting-Wei Wang

Ting-Wei Wang
Purdue University
"Anchoring to Lightweight Concrete: Strength Reduction for Post-Installed Anchors”
Advising Professor: Christopher Williams
Producer support: Coreslab Structures (Indianapolis)
Additional support: Stalite Structural Lightweight Aggregate, Trinity Lightweight, DeWalt, Hilti, ITW, Simpson Strong-Tie
In his student statement, Ting-Wei Wang noted “I realized that using precast concrete offers many benefits compared to cast-in-place concrete, such as improved quality control, shorter construction time, and lower construction costs.”