Assistant Professor, Civil & Environmental Engineering
Dr. Daniel Hochstein began his career at Manhattan College as an adjunct faculty member in 2010. He also received his B.S. from the College in 2007 and his M.S. in 2008. Currently he holds the position of assistant professor, and in the past, he has served as visiting assistant professor and visiting instructor at the College. He also held the position of adjunct associate research scientist at Columbia University in the Department of Civil Engineering from 2014-2015.
His doctoral studies focused on predicting the thermal properties of cementitious materials. Hochstein teaches civil engineering courses in the areas of engineering mechanics and materials, probability and statistics, and structural design.
PHD, Columbia University
MS, Manhattan College
BS, Manhattan College
CEEN 304 Fluid Mechanics Laboratory
CEEN 308 Reliability Analysis in Civil and Environmental Engineering
CIVL 305 Computer Solutions of Civil Engineering Problems
Zadshir, M., Hosseinnezhad, S., Ortega, R., Chen, F., Hochstein, D., Xie, J., Yin, H.M., Parast, M.M., and Fini, E.H., "Application of a Biomodifier as Fog Sealants to Delay Ultraviolet Aging of Bituminous Materials" Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering, 30(12), 2018 (https://doi.org/10.1061/(ASCE)MT.1943-5533.0002483)
He, X., Hochstein, D., Ge, Q., Ali, A.W., Chen, F., and Yin, H.M., "Accelerated Aging of Asphalt by UV Photo-Oxidation Considering Moisture and Condensation Effects" Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering, 30(1), 2018 (https://doi.org/10.1061/(ASCE)MT.1943-5533.0002120)
Jang, S.H., Hochstein, D., Kawashima, S., and Yin, H.M., "Experiments and Micromechanical Modeling of Electrical Conductivity of Carbon Nanotube/Cement Composites with Moisture" Cement and Concrete Composites, 77, 2017(http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cemconcomp.2016.12.003)
Hochstein, D. and Meyer, C., "Measurement and Prediction of Thermal Conductivity of Cement Paste" ACI Materials Journal, 113(3), 2016 (http://doi.org/10.14359/51688643)
Hochstein D., Yang L., and Yin H.M., “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/B978-0-323-35400-4.00011-8)
Hochstein, D., "Mechanics of Reinforced Concrete Beams – The Whole is Greater than the Sum of its Parts", Proceedings of the 2020 ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition, Paper ID #28504, June 2020
Zadshit, M., Hosseinnezhad, S., Ortega, R., Chen,F., Hochstein, D., Xie, J., Yin, H., Parast, M., Fini, E., "Application of a Bio-Modifier as a Fog Sealant to Delay Asphalt Ultraviolet Aging" 97th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington DC. January 2018 (https://trid.trb.org/View/1496976)
He, X., Hochstein, D., Chen, F., Ge, Q., Yin, H.M., Ali, A.W., "Accelerated Aging Kinematics of Asphalt by UV Photo-oxidation Considering Moisture and Condensation Effects" 96th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington DC. January 2017 (https://trid.trb.org/view.aspx?id=1437132)
Jang, S.H., Hochstein, D., Kawashima, S., and Yin, H.M., “Influence of Carbon Nanotube Clustering and Moisture on Electrical Properties of Cementitious-Based Composite: Experiments and Micromechanics”, ACI Convention, Milwaukee, WI. April 2016
Meyer, C. andHochstein, 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.