Daniel P. Hochstein, PHD

Daniel P. Hochstein, PHD

Assistant Professor

Department : Civil & Environmental Engineering

Email : daniel.hochstein@manhattan.edu

Phone : 718-862-7177

Office : LEO 309


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


Research Interests

- Accelerated Weathering of Asphalt

- Mechanical and Thermal Properties of Lightweight Concrete    

- Use of Recycled Materials in Concrete                                               

- Heat and Moisture Transfer in Cementitious Materials

Professional Experience

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

Assistant Professor   Fall 2015 - Present

Visiting Assistant Professor   Fall 2013 - Spring 2015

Visiting Instructor   Fall 2012 -  Spring 2013 

Adjunct Instructor   Fall 2010 - Spring 2012

Graduate Assistant   Fall 2007 - Spring 2008

Research Assistant   Summer 2006 & Summer 2007

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

Adjunct Associate Research Scientist   Fall 2014 - Present

Teaching Assistant   Summer 2009

Graduate Research Assistant   Fall 2008 - Spring 2010


Publications & Professional Activities

Journal Articles

- Hochstein, D. and Meyer, C., "Measurement and Prediction of the Thermal Conductivity of Cement Paste" ACI Materials Journal (Accepted for Publication October 2015)

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”, Columbia University, New York, 2009.

Book Chapters

- Hochstein D., Yang L., and Yin H., “Environmental Test Methodology of Polymers” In “Elastomeric Polymers with High Rate Sensitivity: Applications in Blast, Shockwave, and Penetration Mechanics”, edited by Barsoum, R., William Andrew Publishing, Oxford, 2015, ISBN 9780323354004 (http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-323-35400-4.00004-0)

Honors & Awards

- Participant in the Columbia University SEAS Transitional Fellows Program (2015)

Professional Memberships

- American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)


Journal Peer Reviewer

- ACI Materials Journal

- Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering

- Computers and Concrete

- Building and Environment

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