Dr Laszlo Csetenyi

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Dr Laszlo J Csetenyi joined the University of Dundee as a Research / Teaching fellow in 2000. He received his BSc in Chemical Engineering (1988) and MSc in Silicate Chemistry (1990) at the University of Veszprem, Hungary.

He subsequently undertook a PhD degree at the Department of Chemistry, University of Aberdeen, UK (1993). This research concerned the stability of borate-containing wastes encapsulated in cement. He also participated in a 5-month industrial research programme at AEA Technology, Dounreay, UK to investigate the stabilisation and disposal possibilities of ammonium diuranate (ADU) sludge (1994).


His main areas of interest include cement and concrete science and binder technology with emphasis on stabilisation and solidification processes as well as practical use of secondary materials, especially fly ash, in construction.

He was also involved in the activities of the Centre for the Advancement of SMEs in the East of Scotland Concrete Construction Industry and acted as Trade Fair Manager of the triennial International Concrete Congresses organised by the CTU.

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