Prof. Özlem Cizer is conducting research at the Civil Engineering Department in the field of sustainable construction materials with a focus on mineral-based binders (lime- and cement-based materials), alkali-activated materials, and their early-age properties and durability. She is an MC member of a wide European network group of COST Action TU1404 on cement-based materials and structures, and coordinating the work on chemical and microstructure characterization. She is a member of RILEM and the Editor-in-Chief of the international journal of Restoration of Buildings and Monuments.
KU Leuven Institute for Sustainable Metals and Minerals – Kasteelpark Arenberg 44 – Leuven 3001, Belgium
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SIM² KU Leuven is the new KU Leuven Institute on Sustainable Metals and Minerals, one of the 4 flagship KU Leuven Institutes. SIM² mission is to develop, organise and implement problem-driven, science-deep research and future-oriented education, contributing to the environmentally friendly production and recycling of metals, minerals and engineered materials, supporting the transition to a climate-friendly, circular-economy.