SOMAYEH NASSIRI is a Assistant Professor ,Washington State University,USA


Assistant Professor

Organizing Committee


Washington State University


Ph.D. Civil Engineering   2011

University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA

M.S. Civil Engineering     2007

University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran           

B.S. Civil Engineering      2004

University of Tabriz, Tabriz, Iran


  1. Chen, Z.*, Nassiri, S., Lamana, A. &B., Cofer, B. (2019). Investigation of pull-through and pull-out failure modes of torque-controlled expansion anchors.
  2. Zhang, K., Lim, J.*, Nassiri, S., Englund, K, & Hui, L. (2019).Reuse of carbon fiber composite materials in porous hot mix asphalt to enhance strength and durability, in production.
  3. Alshareedah, O.*, Nassiri, S., & J.D. Dolan. (2019).Pervious concrete under flexural fatigue loading: Performance evaluation and model development,
  4. Alshareedah, O.*,&Nassiri, S., Chen, Z.*, Englund, K., K., Li& O. Fakron. (2019). Field performance evaluation of pervious concrete pavement reinforced with novel discrete reinforcement.
  5. Alshareedah, O.*,&S., Nassiri (2018). Methodology for mechanistic design of pervious concrete pavements.
  6. Rangelov, M.*,&S., Nassiri. (2018). Empirical time-dependent tortuosity relations for hydrating mortar mixtures based on modified Archie’s law
  7. Rangelov, M.*,&S., Nassiri. (2018). Evaluation of methods to correct the effect of temperature on the electrical conductivity of mortar.
  8. Nassiri, S., &B., Nantasai*. (2017). Thermal conductivity of pervious concrete for various porosities.
  9. Nantasai, B.*, &S. Nassiri. (2017). Winter temperature prediction for a near-surface depth of pervious concrete pavement.
  10. Rangelov, M.*, Nassiri, S., Haselbach, L., &K., Englund. (2016). Using carbon fiber composites for reinforcing pervious concrete.
  11. Nassiri, S., Mu, F., Geary, M., &J. M., Vandenbossche. (2016). Comparison of response for three different composite pavement sections to environmental loads.
  12. Salimi, S., Nassiri, S., Bayat, A., &D., Halliday. (2015). Lateral coefficient of friction for characterizing winter road conditions.
  13. Nassiri, S., Shafiee, M.H., & A., Bayat. (2015). Evaluation of Variation in Unbound Layers' Moduli and its Effect on Pavement Design.
  14. Nassiri, S., Vandenbossche, J., &D., Janssen. (2014). Methodology for identifying zero-stress time for jointed plain concrete pavements
  15. Rizzo, P., Ni, X., Nassiri, S., & Vandenbossche, J. (2014). A solitary wave-based sensor to monitor the setting of fresh concrete.
  16. Farkhideh, N., Nassiri, S., &Bayat, A. (2014). Evaluation of the accuracy of weigh-in-motion systems in Alberta.
  17. Nassiri, S., Bayat, A., & Kilburn, P. (2014). Traffic inputs for mechanistic-empirical pavement design guide using weigh-in-motion systems in Alberta. International Norouzi, M., Nassiri, S., Haghi, N. T., &Bayat, A. (2014). Performance evaluation of asphalt overlays in Alberta using long term pavement performance Specific Pavement Study 5 Sections.
  18. Salimi, S., Nassiri, S., &Bayat, A. (2014). Using lateral coefficient of friction to evaluate the effectiveness of plowing and sanding operations.
  19. Nassiri, S., Bayat, A., &Salimi, S. (2014). Survey of practice and literature review on municipal road winter maintenance in Canada.
  20. Yi, Y., Meles, D., Nassiri, S., &Bayat, A. (2014). On the compressibility of tire-derived aggregate: comparison of results from laboratory and field tests.
  21. Meles, D., Bayat, A., HussienShafiee, M., Nassiri, S., & Gul, M. (2014). Investigation of tire derived aggregate as a fill material for highway embankment.
  22. Nassiri, S., Shafiee, M. H., &Bayat, A. (2013). Development of roughness prediction models using Alberta Transportation.
  23. Norouzi, M., Nassiri, S., &Bayat, A. (2013). Evaluation of seasonal variation in mechanistic responses of flexible pavements through the use of falling weight deflectometer data.
  24. Nassiri, S., &Bayat, A. (2013). Evaluation of MEPDG Seasonal adjustment factors for the unbound layers
  25. Nassiri, S., & Vandenbossche, J. M. (2012). Establishing a built-in temperature gradient for jointed plain concrete pavements in Pennsylvania
  26. Vandenbossche, J. M., Nassiri, S., Ramirez, L. C., & Sherwood, J. A. (2012). Evaluating the continuously reinforced concrete pavement performance models of the mechanistic-empirical pavement design guide.
  27. Saha, J., Nassiri, S., Soleymani, H., &Bayat, A. (2012). A comparative study between the Alberta Transportation flexible pavement design and the MEPDG.