Romain Dupuis

Former Postdoctoral Fellow
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering



Romain Dupuis is a postdoctoral researcher who earned his Ph.D. in 2014 at the Université Paul Sabatier Toulouse III in France. His main research interest is the simulation of materials at the atomic scale by the means of state-of-the-art atomistic simulations. At MIT, he works on multi-scale simulations of CSH chemo-poro mechanics upon ASR gel formation and freeze-thaw.

Selected Publications
Dupuis, R., Dolado, Jorge S., Surga J., Ayuela, A.; (2018). “Doping as a Way To Protect Silicate Chains in Calcium Silicate Hydrates.” ACS Sustainable Chem. Eng: 6, 11.