August 19, 2011
Japan Concrete Institute extends committee invite to Kramer
Kimberly Kramer, associate professor of architectural engineering and construction science, has been invited to serve on a Japan Concrete Institute scientific committee performing a technical review of papers for the first International Conference on Concrete Sustainability.
The conference will be in May 2013 in Tokyo, Japan. Co-organizers of the event are the International Federation for Structural Concrete and the American Concrete Institute, where Kramer is an active member of a committee co-sponsoring the conference. She is a certified/licensed professional engineer and structural engineer.
The Japan Concrete Institute was founded in 1965 and has approximately 8,000 members. The institute conducts extensive investigations and research activities on concrete and is a world-leading organization on research in the field of concrete sustainability.