Texas A&M Transportation Institute (TTI) Associate Research Scientist Bryan Wilson was recently awarded The American Society for Nondestructive Testing, Inc. (ASNT) Fellowship Award for proposed research titled “Ground Penetrating Radar as a Quality Assurance Tool in Hot-Mix Asphalt Road Construction.” The project advisors are TTI Senior Research Fellow Dallas Little and TTI Research Scientist Stephen Sebesta.
The ASNT Fellowship Award provides assistance to university or college graduate students in defraying costs of their post-graduate research in nondestructive testing.
Wilson began his Ph.D. program in Civil Engineering at Texas A&M University in 2016. He has been involved in the pavement industry in Utah and Texas since 2007 and has been a full-time researcher with TTI since 2011. His focus is on the design, laboratory testing and field implementation of thin performance and maintenance treatments, primarily thin asphalt overlays.
“Bryan’s selection as an ASNT Fellowship recipient is a testament to the high quality of students, research, and faculty and staff available at TTI and the Texas A&M University,” said Sebesta.