Paulo Monteiro at LBNL synchrotronCivil and environmental engineering professor Paulo Monteiro at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory's synchrotron. (Photo by Adam Lau)

Monteiro selected for elite engineering honor

April 14, 2020
This article appeared in Berkeley Engineer magazine, Spring 2020

Paulo Monteiro (M.S.’81, Ph.D.’85 CEE), professor of civil and environmental engineering, has been elected to the National Academy of Engineering for his “contributions to the science and nanotechnology of concrete for sustainable construction and durable structures.” An expert in structural engineering, mechanics and materials, he has done extensive research into making concrete more environmentally sustainable. He joins Per Peterson as one of 78 Berkeley Engineering faculty members in the academy.