Daniel P. Hochstein, PHD

Daniel P. Hochstein, PHD

Visiting Assistant Professor

Department : Civil & Environmental Engineering

Email : daniel.hochstein@manhattan.edu

Phone : 718-862-7177

Office : LEO 309

Education

PHD, Columbia University
MS, Manhattan College
BS, Manhattan College

Research

Research Interests

- Mechanical and Thermal Properties of Lightweight Concrete    

- Use of Recycled Materials in Concrete                                               

- Heat and Moisture Transfer in Cementitious Materials

Professional Experience

Visiting Assistant Professor   Fall 2013 - Present

Manhattan College Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Riverdale, NY

Visiting Instructor   Fall 2012 -  Spring 2013 

Manhattan College Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Riverdale, NY

Adjunct Instructor   Fall 2010 - Spring 2012

Manhattan College Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Riverdale, NY

Teaching Assistant   Summer 2009

Columbia University Department of Civil Engineering and Engineering Mechanics, New York, NY

Graduate Research Assistant   Fall 2008 - Spring 2010

Columbia University Department of Civil Engineering and Engineering Mechanics, New York, NY

Graduate Assistant   Fall 2007 - Spring 2008

Manhattan College Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Riverdale, NY

Research Assistant   Summer 2006 & Summer 2007

Manhattan College Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Riverdale, NY

Publications & Professional Activities

Technical Papers

- Meyer, C. and Hochstein, D., “Lightweight Concrete Wall Panels for Building Envelope”, NYSERDA Report No. 11-14, July 2011.

- Hochstein, D. and Meyer, C., “State of the Art Report on Lightweight Concrete”, Interim Report submitted to NYSERDA, Columbia University, New York, Oct. 20, 2009.

Other

Journal Peer Reviewer

- Computers and Concrete

Courses Taught/Teaching

CEEN 304     Fluid Mechanics Laboratory                                                                             CEEN 308     Reliability Analysis in Civil and Environmental Engineering
CIVL 306     Civil Engineering Materials
CIVL 311     Soil Mechanics Laboratory
ENGS 206     Statics                                                                                                              ENGS 230     Introduction to Solid Mechanics