Masic Lab @ MIT

Laboratory for Multiscale Characterization and Materials Design

The Masic Lab at MIT focuses on the characterization of complex biomineralized and archaeological structural materials with the objective to inspire the design of sustainable and more durable building materials. To achieve these goals, we have developed unique advanced multiscale experimental approaches to characterize in-situ material properties, intricate structure-chemistry-function relationships, and the consequences associated with their interactions with the external environments.

RESEARCH TOPICS

Exploring

the Past

for a

Sustainable

Future

NEWS

TWITTER FEED

PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR

Admir Masic

CEE Esther and Harold E. Edgerton Career Development Assistant Professor

DMSE Faculty Fellow in Archaeological Materials

CMRAE Center for Materials Research in Archaeology and Ethnology

M.S. University of Turin, Italy

Ph.D. University of Turin, Italy

Founder Adamantio Ltd. Science in Conservation, Turin, Italy

Research Scientist Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces, Germany

CONTACT

Masic Lab, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, MIT

77 Massachusetts Avenue,

Room 1-347

Cambridge, MA, 02139

Admir Masic | Assistant Professor

masic@mit.edu

617-153-1972

Skype: adamantiumto

Jeanette Marchocki | Administrative Assistant

jmmarch@mit.edu

617-253-7106