Epps Martin, Amy individual record
Professor
overview

Dr. Amy Epps Martin has more than 21 years of experience teaching materials courses and conducting research at Texas A&M University. She actively publishes and presents her research at regional, national, and international conferences and workshops on safe, sustainable asphalt technologies including mixtures with high reclaimed asphalt Pavement (RAP) and recycled asphalt shingles (RAS) contents, warm mix asphalt (WMA), and porous friction course (PFC) and performance-graded chip seal binders.

selected publications
Academic Articles69
  • Abdelaziz, A., Epps Martin, A., Arámbula Mercado, E., & Sobieski, T. (2021). Study of the quantification of recycled binder activity in asphalt mixtures with RAP. Construction and Building Materials. 309, 125189-125189.
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  • Chang, S., Zhang, L., Li, S., Gharaibeh, N., Epps Martin, A., & Hazlett, D. (2021). Evaluation of the causal effect of the surface performance-graded (SPG) specification for chip seal binders on performance. Construction and Building Materials. 304, 124518-124518.
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  • Abdelaziz, A., Masad, E., Epps Martin, A., Mercado, E. A., & Bajaj, A. (2021). Multiscale Characterization of Aging and Rejuvenation in Asphalt Binder Blends with High RAP Contents. Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering. 33(10), 04021287-04021287.
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  • Abd El-Hakim, R. T., Epps, J., Epps Martin, A., & Arámbula-Mercado, E. (2021). Laboratory and field investigation of moisture susceptibility of hot and warm mix asphalts. International Journal of Pavement Engineering. 22(11), 1389-1398.
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  • Kaseer, F., Martin, A. E., & Arámbula-Mercado, E. (2021). Relationship between Rheological Indices and Cracking Performance of Virgin, Recycled, and Rejuvenated Asphalt Binders and Mixtures. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board. 2675(9), 93-109.
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Books1
  • Yin, F., Epps Martin, A., & Arámbula-Mercado, E (2016). Warm-Mix Asphalt Moisture Susceptibility Evaluation for Mix Design and Quality Assurance. SAGE Publications.
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Conference Papers22
  • Arámbula-Mercado, E., Martin, A. E., & Kaseer, F. (2018). Case study on balancing mixtures with high recycled materials contents. Advances in Materials and Pavement Performance Prediction - Proceedings of the International AM3P Conference, 2018. 239-242.
  • Kaseer, F., Cucalon, L. G., Arámbula-Mercado, E., Martin, A. E., & Epps, J. (2018). Practical tools for optimizing recycled materials content and recycling agent dosage for improved short- and long-term performance of rejuvenated binder blends and mixtures. Asphalt Paving Technology: Association of Asphalt Paving Technologists-Proceedings of the Technical Sessions. 87, 513-555.
  • Yin, F., Kaseer, F., Armbula-Mercado, E., & Epps Martin, A. (2017). Characterising the long-term rejuvenating effectiveness of recycling agents on asphalt blends and mixtures with high RAP and RAS contents. Road Materials and Pavement Design. 18(sup4), 273-292.
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  • Yin, F., Arámbula-Mercado, E., Epps Martin, A., Newcomb, D., & Tran, N (2017). Long-term ageing of asphalt mixtures. Road Materials and Pavement Design. 18(sup1), 2-27.
  • Yin, F., Martin, A. E., Arambula, E., & Newcomb, D. E. (2015). Short-term aging of asphalt mixtures. Asphalt Paving Technology: Association of Asphalt Paving Technologists-Proceedings of the Technical Sessions. 84, 333-368.
chaired theses and dissertations
Email
a-eppsmartin@tamu.edu
First Name
Amy
Last Name
Epps Martin
mailing address
Texas A&M University; Civil Engineering; 3136 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-3136
USA