Andrzej Cwirzen
Andrzej Cwirzen

Andrzej Cwirzen

Professor and Head of Subject, Holder of a Chair
Luleå University of Technology
Building Materials
Structural and Fire Engineering
Department of Civil, Environmental and Natural Resources Engineering
+46 (0)920 493387
F991 Luleå

Prof. Andrzej Cwirzen has PhD in Civil Engineer and 17 years of experience in concrete technology with special emphasis on nanotechnology, alternative binders, high and ultrahigh performance concretes. Currently he is a chair Professor of Structural Engineering in the Department of Civil, Environmental and Natural Resources Engineering at the Luleå University of Technology in Sweden. He is RILEM senior member of Committee dealing with durability of Geopolymers. He is also a Committee member at the Transportation Research Board TRB in the USA in Committee on Concrete Materials and Placement Techniques- AFN40, American Nanosociety and American Concrete Institute. Prof Cwirzen was also workig in the Finnish Construction Industry as R&D manager working mostly on alkali activated binders (2 patents pending). Prof. Cwirzen is a reviewer for several top International Journals related to building materials. He has been visiting researcher/professor to several universities in Europe, Canada and Australia. He has participated in several scientific boards of international conferences and was invited speaker on number of events.



Article in journal

Shape-dependent calculation of specific surface area of aggregates versus X-ray microtomography (2020)

Ghasemi. Y, Rajczakowska. M, Emborg. M, Cwirzen. A
Magazine of Concrete Research, Vol. 72, nr. 2, s. 88-96
Article in journal

A theoretical study on optimal packing in mortar and paste (2019)

Ghasemi. Y, Emborg. M, Cwirzen. A
Advances in Cement Research
Article in journal

Autogenous Deformation of Alkali-Activated Blast Furnace Slag Concrete Subjected to Variable Curing Temperatures (2019)

Orosz. K, Humad. A, Hedlund. H, Cwirzen. A
Advances in Civil Engineering / Hindawi, Vol. 2019
Article in journal

Autogenous Self-Healing (2019)

A Better Solution for Concrete
Rajczakowska. M, Habermehl-Cwirzen. K, Hedlund. H, Cwirzen. A
Journal of materials in civil engineering, Vol. 31, nr. 9
Article in journal

Does a High Amount of Unhydrated Portland Cement Ensure an Effective Autogenous Self-Healing of Mortar? (2019)

Rajczakowska. M, Nilsson. L, Habermehl-Cwirzen. K, Hedlund. H, Cwirzen. A
Materials, Vol. 12, nr. 20