Chun Long (Bernard) Woo

Technician & Cement Chemist
“Currently, the cement and concrete industry is responsible for about 8% of all man-made CO2 emissions and is considered one of the largest emitters of CO2. As a part of the Concrete4Change team, I could contribute my effort to reduce the carbon footprint associated with this industry and transform an environmentally destructive commodity to becoming more sustainable.”

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Bernard is a final year PhD student studying at the University of Sheffield. His PhD project focuses on the separation, recovery, and ultilisation of products from an ambient-temperature limestone decarbonisation process. This process has a much lower CO2 emission and is less energy intensive compared to conventional limestone calcination. This work is a part a broader project aimed for the cleaner production of cement clinker. His other notable projects include studying the interaction of radionuclides (Tc-99) with cement hydrate phases for radioactive waste management and developing a novel method to study the compositional evolution of Magnesium-Silicate-Hydrate (M-S-H) in magnesia-based cements. He is also proficient in using various analytical instruments for the characterization of cementitious materials, such as X-ray diffraction (XRD) and Thermogravimetric analysis (TGA).

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