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Claire White

Claire White

Assistant Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering and the Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment.

B.Eng. (Civil Eng., Hons.) / B.Sci. (Physics), University of Melbourne, 2006
Ph.D. (Chem. Eng.), University of Melbourne, 2010

Room: E326 Engineering Quad E-Wing
Phone: 609-258-6263
Email: whitece@princeton.edu

Honors and Awards

  • Discovery Early Career Research Award, Australian Research Council, 2013
  • Outstanding Student Research Prize, Neutron Scattering Society of America, 2012
  • Australian Postgraduate Award, Australian Research Council, 2007-2010

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Research Areas

Research Interests

Dr. White’s research group centers on investigating the long-term behavior of low-CO2 concrete and the mineralization processes during CO2 capture and storage. Key topics of research include: durability of alkali-activated cements; atomic and nanoscale morphology of cementitious materials; reaction kinetics of cement formation; amorphous carbonate materials; combined modeling/experimental methodologies; Monte Carlo methods; ab-initio calculations; total scattering analysis.