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ASTM International Committee C01 on Cement presented Award of Merit and title of fellow to Paul Stutzman, physical scientist at NIST in Gaithersburg, MD, for his longtime service and contributions to development of standards for measurement and analysis of microstructural features of hydraulic cements and other concrete-making materials. ASTM International member since 1990, StutzmanÂ serves as C01 secretary and is alsoÂ member of Committee C09 on Concrete and Concrete Aggregates.
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ASTM International Cement Committee Presents Award of Merit to Paul Stutzman
W. CONSHOHOCKEN, Pa.—ASTM International Committee C01 on Cement has presented the Award of Merit to Paul Stutzman, physical scientist at the National Institute of Standards and Technology in Gaithersburg, Md. The Award of Merit and its accompanying title of fellow is ASTM’s highest organizational recognition for individual contributions to standards activities.
A member of ASTM International since 1990, Committee C01 honored Stutzman for his longtime service and contributions to the development of standards for the measurement and analysis of microstructural features of hydraulic cements and other concrete-making materials. Stutzman serves as C01 secretary and is also a member of Committee C09 on Concrete and Concrete Aggregates. In 2011, C01 presented him with an Honorary Membership and Award of Appreciation, and he has received the P.H. Bates Memorial Award, given for excellence in a paper/presentation based on hydraulic cement, twice.
Stutzman began his professional career as a geologist at Reservoirs Inc. in Houston, Texas, before joining NIST in 1986. As a physical scientist in the inorganic materials group, Materials and Structural Systems Division, of the engineering laboratory at NIST, he focuses on micro-structural and chemical characterization of hydraulic cements, supplementary cementitious materials, high performance concrete and mortar.
A graduate of Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, Ill., where he received a master’s degree in geology, Stutzman also holds a bachelor’s in geology from Hanover College, Hanover, Ind.
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