Sarra DRISSI, Ph.D.

Sarra DRISSI, Ph.D. is a post-doctoral fellow at Hunan University, China. She received her B.S from the National Engineering School of Tunisia (ENIT), Tunisia and Ph. D degree from the University Paris-EST, France. Dr. Sarra research focuses on the use and the application of innovative materials and value-added waste materials in cement-based materials to improve energy efficiency within the building sector, effectively utilize the waste and reduce the emission of greenhouse gas emissions. Her previous work has been published in several international papers and opens promising paths and prospects to her future studies.

Education background


2012-2015: PhD of Civil Engineering, University Paris-EST, Paris France
2009-2012: Bachelor of Civil Engineering, National Engineering School of Tunisia (ENIT), Tunisia

Selected Papers

[1] Drissi, S., Ling, T.-C.*, Mo, K. HEddhahak, A. (2019). A review of microencapsulated and composite phase change materials: Alteration of strength and thermal properties of cement-based materials. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews. 110, 467-484.

[3] S. Drissi , A. Eddhahak, J. Neji, S. Care. Thermal analysis by DSC of Phase Change Materials, study of the damage effect. Journal of Building Engineering 1, 13-19, 2015.
[4] A Eddhahak,  S. Drissi , J. Neji, S. Care. Effect of Phase Change Materials on the Hydration Reaction and Kinetic of PCM-mortars. Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry 117, 537-545, 2014.

[5]  A. Eddhahak ,  S. Drissi , J. Colin, J. Neji, S. Care. Experimental and multi-scale  analysis of the thermal properties of Portland cement concretes embedded with Microencapsulated Phase Change Materials (PCMs). Applied Thermal Engineering 64, 32-39, 2013.