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Carl Albert Eckelman

Forestry and Natural Resources 

  • Professor Emeritus

Awards & Honors

(2099) Freshman Honorary. Phi Eta Sigma.

(2099) Gold pin given in recognition of service. Institute of Technology of Costa Rica.

(2099) National Forestry Honorary. Xi Sigma Pi.

(2099) National Research Honorary. Sigma Xi.

(2099) Title of "Professor of the University". Institute of Technology of Costa Rica.

(2004) 2nd highest student course evaluation in Department.

(2003) Highest student course evaluation in Department.

(2002) Graduate student mentor award.

(2000) WHO Award. Trade Shows, Inc.

(1985) Commendation. Furniture Manufacturers Association of San Luis Potosi.

Selected Publications

Eckelman, C., & Haviarova, E. (2014). How to Build a Simple Chair for Schools or Homes in Disadvantaged Areas of the World Using Local Resources and Low-End Technology. (FNR-499-W), 6. Retrieved from

Haviarova, E., & Eckelman, C. (2014). Light-Timber Frames for Transitional Disaster-Relief Housing. (FNR-493-W), 8. Retrieved from

Javane, O., Ghanbar, E., Layeghi, M., Ghofrani, M., & Eckelman, C. (2013). A study on bending moment capacity of simple and haunched mortise and tenon furniture joints under tension and compression loads. Turkish Journal of Agricultural and Forestry, 2013(37).

Koreny, A., Simek, M., Eckelman, C., & Haviarova, E. (2013). Mechanical Properties of Knock-down Joints in Honeycomb Panels. BioResources, 8(4), 4873-4882. Retrieved from

Likos, E., Eckelman, C., Haviarova, E., & Ozcifci, A. (2013). Static versus Cyclic Load Capacity of Side Chairs Constructed with. Mortise and Tenon Joints. Wood and Fiber Science, 45(2), 1:06. Retrieved from

Haviarova, E. (2011). Light-Timber Frames for Transitional Disaster Relief Housing. 6-Jan.

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