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The Faculty of Engineering welcomes new faculty members

April 20, 2012 — 

DR. MOHAMED ISSA

 

DR. MOHAMED ISSA

Began July 1, 2011
Assistant Professor, Construction Engineering & Management
Department of Civil Engineering

 

Education:

  1. B.Sc. in Construction Engineering at the American University in Cairo, Egypt,
  2. Master of Science in Construction Management at the University of Reading, UK
  3. University of New Brunswick, PhD in Civil Engineering

Research Interests:

  • Life Cycle Costing/ Whole Life Costing of Green Buildings
  • Energy Efficiency of Green Buildings
  • Green Building/ Environmentally-Friendly Technologies
  • Environmental Assessment Tools
  • Green Building Education and Training
  • ICT and Collaborative Decision-Making
  • Interactive Workspaces
  • Health and Safety Management in Construction

 

DR. JONATHAN REGEHR

 

DR. JONATHAN REGEHR, P.Eng.
Began July 1, 2011
Assistant Professor, Transportation Engineering
Department of Civil Engineering

 

Education: B.Sc. and PhD from University of Manitoba

Research Interest: Investigating the effect of freight transportation on highway infrastructure and operations, focusing specifically on rural areas.

Teaches: Transportation engineering and civil engineering geomatics.

 

DR. PUYAN MOJABI

 

DR. PUYAN MOJABI, E.I.T.
Began July 1, 2011
Assistant Professor
Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering

 

Education:

  1. BSc in Electrical Engineering, University of Tehran, Iran, 2002.
  2. MSc in Electrical Engineering, Iran University of Science and Technology, Iran, 2004.
  3. PhD in Electrical Engineering, University of Manitoba, MB, Canada, 2010.

Research Interest: Applied electromagnetics

Teaches: Advanced Circuit Analysis and Design

 

DR. MOHAMED BASSUONI

 

DR. MOHAMED BASSUONI
Began January 1, 2012
Assistant Professor, Structural Engineering
Department of Civil Engineering

 

Education:

  1. PhD, University of Western Ontario, Canada
  2. MSc, The American University in Cairo, Egypt
  3. BSc, The American University in Cairo, Egypt

Research interests:

  • Durability, rehabilitation and sustainable development of concrete infrastructure.
  • Improving the reliability of current testing standards and introducing rigorous performance-based test methods for cementitious materials.
  • Qualify innovative concrete mixture designs incorporating novel/smart cement-based materials and recycled waste by-products.
  • Improving the reliability of experimental data and understanding of combined degradation mechanisms of concrete structures.
  • Emerging computational intelligence-based methods such as fuzzy-logic inference systems are promising tools in modeling the durability performance of concrete structures under variable environmental conditions and multiple degradation mechanisms.

 

CHUANG DENG

 

CHUANG DENG, P. Eng.
Began February 16, 2012
Assistant Professor
Department of Mechanical Engineering

 

Education: B.Sc. (M.S), Ph.D. (Univ. of Vermont)

Research Interests:

  • Atomistic modeling and simulations
  • Yielding and plasticity in nanocrystalline materials and metallic glass
  • Diffusivity and mobility of grain boundary
  • Solute drag effects on gain boundary mobility in nanocrystalline metal alloys
  • Microplasticty in binary and ternary metallic glass
  • Stability of nanocrystalline thermoelectric materials
  • Mechanical properties of nanocrystalline/amorphous composites

Teaches: Engineering Materials 1

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