Wille, Kay

Kay Wille
Associate Professor

Ph.D., University of Leipzig (Germany), 2008

Castleman Building Rm 324
Phone: 860-486-2074
Email: kay.wille@uconn.edu
Research website: http://acmc.engr.uconn.edu

Research focus

  • Ultra high performance fiber reinforced concrete (UHP-FRC)
  • High strain rate and impact resistance of cementitious materials
  • Concrete exposed to high temperature
  • Sustainable concrete pavement systems


Recent publications

Wille, K.; Naaman, A.; Parra-Montesinos, G.: "ULTRA HIGH PERFORMANCE CONCRETE WITH COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH EXCEEDING 150 MPA (22 ksi): A SIMPLER WAY" ACI Materials Journal (accepted for publication)

Wille, K.; Kim, D., Naaman, A. E.: "Strain-Hardening UHP-FRC with Low Fiber Contents" in Materials and Structures, 2010

Naaman, A. E., Wille, K., “Some Correlation Between High Packing Density, Ultra-High Performance, Flow Ability, and Fiber Reinforcement of a Concrete Matrix” for BAC2010 – 2nd Iberian Congress on Self Compacting Concrete, University of Minho – Guimaraes, Portugal, July 1-2, 2010

Wille, K., Naaman, A. E. “Fracture Energy of UHPFRC under Direct Tensile Loading”, FraMCoS-7 International Conference, Jeju, KOREA, May 23-28, 2010

Wille, K., Loh, K. J., “Nano-Engineering Ultra-High Performance Concrete with Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotubes”, Journal of the Transportation Research Board, May, 2010