chenjiaqi
Introduction

Jiaqi Chen, Ph.D., has served as an assistant professor at the Department of Civil Engineering, Central South University since 2015. His general research is in the field of pavement engineering, including thermo - hydro - mechanical coupling failure mechanism for micro- and meso- structure of asphalt mixture, multi-functional transportation infrastructure.He has authored or co-authored more than 10 journal and conference publications on pavement engineering.He is the reviewer of several international academic journals. 
 
Office: Room 612, No.2 Experiment Building, Railway Campus.
Tel: +86 13875997701
 
 
 
Education: 
Ph.D., Road and Railway Engineering; Central South University, Changsha, China: 2015
Visting Ph.D student, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, 2013-2015
B.S., Civil Engineering; Central South University, Changsha, China: 2010
 
Working experience:
2015-present: Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, Central South University
2016-present: Post-doctoral Associate, Center for Advanced Infrastructure and Transportation, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
 
 
Research Interests
 
(1) Multi-functional transportation infrastructure
(2) Interaction between pavement and environment
(3) pavement dynamic response
(4) thermo - hydro - mechanical coupling failure mechanism for micro- and meso- structure of asphalt mixture
 
Selected Publications
 
[1] Chen J., Wang H., and Zhu H.(2017). Analytical approach for evaluating temperature field of thermal modified asphalt pavement and urban heat island effect, Applied Thermal Engineering,  113: 739-748.
[2] Chen J., Wang H., Li M., and Li L., Evaluation of pavement responses and performance with thermal modified asphalt mixture, Materials and Design, 2016, 111: 739-748.
[3] Chen J., Wang H., and Li L. (2015). Determination of effective thermal conductivity of asphalt concrete with random aggregate microstructure. Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering (ASCE), 27(12).
[4] Chen J., Zhang M., Wang H., and Li L. (2015). Evaluation of thermal conductivity of asphalt concrete with heterogeneous microstructure. Applied Thermal Engineering, 84 (6): 368-374.
[5] Chen J., Li L., and Wang H. (2015). Analytical prediction and field validation of transient temperature field in asphalt pavements. Journal of Central South University, 22 (12): 4872−4881.
[6] Dan H., He L., Zhao L., and Chen J. Coupled hydro-mechanical response of saturated asphalt pavement under moving traffic load. International Journal of Pavement Engineering, 2015, 16(2):125-143.
[7] Wang H., Wang J., and Chen J. (2014). Micromechanical analysis of asphalt mixture fracture with adhesive and cohesive failure [J]. Engineering Fracture Mechanics, 132:104-119.
[8] Chen J., Li L., Zhao L., Dan H., and Yao H. (2014). Solution of pavement temperature field in "Environment­-Surface" system through Greens function. Journal of Central South University, 21 (5): 2108-2116.
[9] Wang H., Chen J., Balaguru P.N., and Al-Nazer L. (2015). Thermal benefits of low solar absorption rail coating for preventing rail buckling. 2015 Joint Rail Conference, San Jose, California, USA.
[10] Wang H., Chen J., Balaguru P.N., and Al-Nazer L. (2014). Low solar absorption coating for reducing rail temperature. 2014 Joint Rail Conference, Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA.