The Australian Society for Concrete Pavements (ASCP) is proud to have Jeb S. Tingle, a ground-breaking concrete pavements pioneer from the U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center, on board as the special conference keynote speaker at this year’s biannual conference.
Mr. Tingle routinely leads large multi-disciplinary teams to solve complex engineering problems. Mr. Tingle has 28 years of experience focused upon transportation research and development with an emphasis on full-scale pavement construction and testing. His individual areas of expertise include soil stabilization, aggregate roads, pavement design, pavement construction, and pavement evaluation.
Mr. Tingle is the primary author or co-author of more than 200 technical papers and ERDC/WES reports that encompass such topics as soil mechanics; geosynthetics; soil stabilization; pavement evaluation, pavement design, dust abatement, and airfield damage repair. Mr. Tingle’s research has earned him numerous awards.
Tingle’s keynote speeches will focus on airfield pavements and are titled “Performance of dowelled versus un-dowelled joints for relatively thin airfield pavements” and “Emerging materials in concrete airfield pavements”.
For those attending the ASCP conference, Tingle’s keynote speech is an opportunity to learn from a true industry pioneer. His insights and knowledge are invaluable for anyone involved in the design, construction, or maintenance of concrete pavements. For the whole of the ASCP, he presents a most interesting and exciting figure to contribute to the conference this year.
The ASCP is honoured and thrilled to have Jeb S. Tingle as our special conference keynote speaker this year. His presence is sure to make this year’s ASCP conference an unforgettable experience for all attendees.