Biography

Dr. Udoeyo is an Associate Professor of Instruction in the Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering. Prior to his joining the faculty in Temple University, he was a Visiting Research Scholar/Professor at Global Institute of Environmental Engineering System (GIEES) and the Department of Civil Engineering, University of North Carolina at Charlotte. His primary assignment is teaching Structural/Geotechnical Engineering and Engineering Management courses. He also performs skeletal research focused on waste utilization in construction and development of novel cement and concrete-based composites.

Research Interests

  • • Waste Utilization in Civil Engineering
    • High Strength Nano-modified Cement-based Composites for Bridge Deck
    • Characterization of New Concrete Materials

Courses Taught

Number

Name

Level

CEE 2011

Civil Engineering Materials

Undergraduate

CEE 3331

Soil Mechanics

Undergraduate

CEE 3332

Soil Mechanics Laboratory

Undergraduate

CEE 4822

Earth Retaining Systems

Undergraduate

CEE 5821

Foundation Engineering

Graduate

CEE 5822

Earth Retaining Systems

Graduate

CMT 3145

Structural Analysis

Undergraduate

CMT 3333

Soils Mechanics

Undergraduate

CMT 4335

Steel and Wood Structures

Undergraduate

CMT 4336

Concrete and Masonry Design

Undergraduate

Selected Publications

Recent

  • Udoeyo, F.F. & Dashibil, P.U. (2002). Sawdust ash as concrete material. Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering, 14(2), pp. 173-176. doi: 10.1061/(ASCE)0899-1561(2002)14:2(173)

  • Udoeyo, F.F., Cassidy, A.O., & Jajere, S. (2000). Mound soil as construction material. Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering, 12(3), pp. 205-211. doi: 10.1061/(ASCE)0899-1561(2000)12:3(205)

  • Udoeyo, F.F. & Ugbem, P.I. (1995). Dimensional variations in reinforced-concrete members. Journal of Structural Engineering (United States), 121(12), pp. 1865-1867. doi: 10.1061/(ASCE)0733-9445(1995)121:12(1865)