UTA Box 19308
Arlington, TX 76019-0308
Phone: (817) 272-0340
Ph.D., 1999, Louisiana State University - Baton Rouge
M.S., 1999, Louisiana State University - Baton Rouge
M.S., 1996, Louisiana State University - Baton Rouge
B.S., 1991, Technical University “Gheorghe Asachi”, Iassy, Romania
Areas of Expertise:
In Situ and Laboratory Testing of Highway Materials, Soil Stabilization, Pavement Design, Instrumentation and Data Acquisition, Accelerated Pavement Testing, Constitutive Modeling of Pavement Materials, Pavement Management Systems.
Dr. Romanoschi received his Bachelors degree in Civil Engineering from the Technical University of Iassy, Romania in 1991, in the specialization of Railways, Roads and Bridges. He received his PhD degree in Civil Engineering, a Master of Science degree in Civil Engineering and a Master of Applied Statistics degree from Louisiana State University (LSU). He worked as a research engineer at the Center for Road Technical Studies and Informatics in Bucharest, Romania, during 1991 - 1994. Dr. Romanoschi joined as Associate Professor the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department of University of Texas at Arlington in August, 2007. Before then, Dr. Romanoschi was Assistant Professor in the Department of Civil Engineering at Kansas State University, where he was responsible for teaching undergraduate and graduate courses, advising students and conducting research in the area of pavement engineering. His research areas of interest are accelerated pavement testing, soil stabilization, pavement design, pavement materials characterization, and pavement management systems. He has published several articles in the Transportation Research Board Records and in proceedings of several International Conferences on pavement related topics. He is a member of ASCE Highway Pavements Committee and of the TRB Full-scale and Accelerated Pavement Testing Committee (AFD40). He is a licensed civil engineer in the state of Louisiana.