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Dr Andreas Nataatmadja

Dr Andreas Nataatmadja
Name Andreas Nataatmadja
Position Senior Lecturer (Pavement/Geotechnical Engineering)
Section School of Civil Engineering and Surveying
Office Z316B
Location Toowoomba Campus
Phone +61 7 4631 2719
Extension 2719
Email
Qualifications BEng Petra Christian Uni , GCertEng Melb , MEng Asian IT , PhD Monash
Languages Indonesian (non accredited translator)

Fields of Research (FoR)

  • Civil Engineering not elsewhere classified ( 090599 )

Research interests
Pavement Engineering
Geotechnical Engineering
Construction Materials

Professional memberships
Fellow of the Institution of Engineers, Australia (FIEAust)
Chartered Professional Engineer (CPEng)
National Engineering Register (NER)
Registered Professional Engineer of Queensland (RPEQ)

Industry affiliations
Member, International Editorial Board, Civil Engineering Dimension, Journal of Civil Engineering Science and Application
Member of the Australian Geomechanics Society (AGS)
Member of the Australian Association for Engineering in Education (AAEE)

USQ Research affiliations

  • Centre for Future Materials (CFM)
  • Institute for Resilient Regions (IRR)

Currently teaching courses/programs
CIV2702 Municipal Services
CIV3703 Transport Engineering
CIV3906 Civil Materials Practice
CIV5705 Pavement Design and Analysis
ENG5001 Professional Skills in Engineering

Teaching experience(Tertiary)
20 Years

Administrative responsibilities
Examiner, ENG8412 Masters Engineering Research Project B

Research most recent
Kidd, A., Stephenson, G. and Nataatmadja, A. (2019). “Redesign of Brisbane City Council’s Type 3 Multigrade Asphalt”, Submitted for publication. 18th AAPA International Flexible Pavements Conference & Exhibition, Sydney.

Ariyadasa, P.W. and Nataatmadja, A. (2019). “The Use of Geopolymer as Supplementary Binder in Foamed Bitumen Stabilisation”. Submitted for publication. 18th AAPA International Flexible Pavements Conference & Exhibition, Sydney.

Walsh, A. and Nataatmadja, A. (2018). Management of Two Tasmanian Rural Road Sites Affected by Black Ice Formation. Proc. 8th Symposium on Pavement Surface Characteristics, Brisbane.


Research most notable
Darestani, M.Y., Thambiratnam, D., Nataatmadja, A. and Baweja, D. (2008). “Influence of Vehicular Positions and Thermal Effects on Structural Behaviour of Concrete Pavement”, Journal of Mechanics of Materials and Structures, Vol. 3, No. 3, pp. 567-589.

Darestani, M.Y., Thambiratnam, D., Nataatmadja, A. and Baweja, D. (2007). “Structural Response of Rigid Pavements under Moving Truck Load “,Journal of Tansportation Engineering ASCE, Vol. 133, No. 12, pp. 670-676.

Nataatmadja, A. (1998). "Yielding and Locking Under Repeated Loading", In "Pre-failure Deformation Behaviour of Geomaterials”. Thomas Telford, U.K. (ISBN 0727726420).


Publications in ePrints

Tobler, Jake and Nataatmadja, Andreas (2016) Verification of Austroads concrete pavement design method using EverFE computer program. In: 27th ARRB Conference (2016), 16-18 Nov 2016, Melbourne, Australia.

Nataatmadja, Andreas (2014) Sub-grade support: a review of short-term and long-term performance requirements. In: 4th International Conference on Geotechnique, Construction Materials and Environment (GEOMATE 2014), 19-21 Nov 2014, Brisbane, Australia.

Dr. Nataatmadja is a Senior Lecturer in Pavement and Geotechnical Engineering at the University of Southern Queensland. Prior to joining USQ, he worked as the Supervising Pavement Engineer (Design & Analysis) of Roads and Maritime Services (RMS-NSW) in Parramatta. For more than 25 years Andreas has been working in the broad area of civil engineering, which includes teaching, quality control and testing, civil design and construction, and investigation activities. He has published many technical and applied/practical papers in pavement geotechnology and construction materials. With his extensive and wide ranging experience, Andreas has been in regular contact with the construction industry such as Australian Asphalt Pavement Association, Cement Concrete & Aggregates Australia and Australian Society for Concrete Pavements; and also with many Australian and overseas universities as well as design consultants and contractors in Australia.