Prof. Garg was recently invited to the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile to give a lecture on his research on alkali-activated materials. This visit and lecture were organized at the Department of Engineering and Construction Management.
Part of this visit also included a tour of some of the unique architecture that is present in Santiago, Chile. These structures are particularly impressive not just because of their unique material choice but also that they are built to survive regular seismic activity.
(Templo Bahá’í de Sudamérica)