Smart building materials, Self-healing of cementitious materials, Bio-based healing agents, Carbon-reinforced cementitious nanocomposites, Self-sensing of cementitious materials, Fibre-reinforced cementitious composites


Eirini Tziviloglou is  a post-doctoral researcher at INN. She holds a diploma in Civil Engineering from the University of Patras (GR), and a Master’s degree in concrete science and technology and PhD in biogenic self-healing cementitious materials, from Delft University of Technology (NL). She is specialized in the development of “smart” multifunctional cementitious composites. She has solid experience in engaging different technologies to develop cementitious materials with improved crack-bridging, crack-healing and self-sensing properties.  During her PhD studies and post-doctoral activities she has worked with some of the most renowned experts in the field of material science from European universities, research institutes and the industry. She has participated in European collaborative projects having an active role in laboratory research and team management, while she has co-ordinated interlaboratory tests concerning the evaluation of self-healing efficiency within the framework of RILEM/TC 253 MCI (Micro-organisms-Cementitious Materials Interactions). She has five scientific papers in journals, eleven papers in international conference proceedings and two book chapters.


Patrinou, A.I., Tziviloglou, E., Varoutoglou, A., Favvas, E.P., Mitropoulos, A.C., Kyzas, G.Z. and Metaxa, Z.S., Cement Composites with Graphene Nanoplatelets and Recycled Milled Carbon Fibers Dispersed in Air Nanobubble Water Nanomaterials, Volume 12, Article Number: 2786, 2022 [doi]

Lucas, S.S., Moxham, C., Tziviloglou, E. and Jonkers, H., Study of self-healing properties in concrete with bacteria encapsulated in expanded clay Science and Technology of Materials, Volume 30, Pages: 93-98, 2018 [doi]

Tziviloglou, E., Wiktor, V., Jonkers, H.M. and Schlangen, E., Selection of nutrient used in biogenic healing agent for cementitious materials Frontiers in Materials, Volume 4, Article Number: 15, 2017 [doi]

Tziviloglou, E., Pan, Z., Jonkers, H.M. and Schlangen, E., Bio-based self-healing mortar: An experimental and numerical study Journal of Advanced Concrete Technology, Volume 15, Pages: 536-543, 2017 [doi]

Tziviloglou, E., Wiktor, V., Jonkers, H.M. and Schlangen, E., Bacteria-based self-healing mortar: A comparison of two studies Pages: 565-570, 2016 [doi]

Tziviloglou, E., Van Tittelboom, K., Palin, D., Wang, J., Sierra-Beltrán, M.G., Erşan, Y.Ç., Mors, R., Wiktor, V., Jonkers, H.M., Schlangen, E. and De Belie, N., Bio-based self-healing concrete: From research to field application Advances in Polymer Science, Volume 273, Pages: 345-386, 2016 [doi]

Tziviloglou, E., Wiktor, V., Jonkers, H.M. and Schlangen, E., Bacteria-based self-healing concrete to increase liquid tightness of cracks Construction and Building Materials, Volume 122, Pages: 118-125, 2016 [doi]

Gruyaert, E., Feiteira, J., De Belie, N., Malm, F., Nahm, M., Grosse, C.U., Tziviloglou, E., Schlangen, E. and Tsangouri, E., Non-destructive testing techniques to evaluate the healing efficiency of self-healing concrete at lab-scale Pages: 227-233, 2016 [doi]

Gruyaert, E., Debbaut, B., Snoeck, D., Díaz, P., Arizo, A., Tziviloglou, E., Schlangen, E. and De Belie, N., Self-healing mortar with pH-sensitive superabsorbent polymers: Testing of the sealing efficiency by water flow tests Smart Materials and Structures, Volume 25, Article Number: 084007, 2016 [doi]

Qian, S., Zhang, Z., Tziviloglou, E., Antonopoulou, S., Zhou, J. and Schlangen, E., Influence of microfiber additive effect on the self-healing behavior of engineered cementitious composites Pages: 202-213, 2013 [doi]

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