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Prof. Dr. Mikkel K. Kragh is Full Professor and Head of Department, Department of Civil and Architectural Engineering at Aarhus University, Faculty of Technical Sciences, Denmark. Professor Kragh is currently establishing a new department as part of a major restructure of the Faculty of Technical Sciences, Aarhus University, Denmark. The Department of Civil and Architectural Engineering covers a broad range of aspects pertaining to building design and structural engineering. Professor Kragh returned to academia after having held various positions in industry, spanning research and development, specialist contracting, specialist consulting, and supplier. For years, he chaired the Society of Facade Engineeringand championed the discipline internationally. He has unique insight into high performance building solutions as well as the role of specialist design input in the construction industry. Recipient of the CIBSE Silver Medal. Member of the Danish Academy of the Technical Sciences (ATV). CTBUH Scandinavia Board member (Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat). Member of the European Facade Network (EFN). MCIBSE MASHRAE FSFE.
Prof. Dr. Mark Bomberg, Technology D. (Lund U., Sweden 1974), D. Science in Engineering (Warsaw Tech, U, Poland, 1965), is a Research Prof. at Mechanical Eng., Clarkson U, Potsdam NY, RD Manager of DFIE, Inc., Honorary Member of Building Enclosure Technology and Environment (BETEC) Committee of the National Institute of Building Science (NIBS) in Washington, DC. He worked at National Research Council of Canada (1975-2000) and was an Editor-in-Chief of J. Building Physics (1984-2018) He lives in Canada but works in the US and Europe. He was teaching in, the US, Canada, Mexico,Germany, Poland and China. He is a Guest Editor in Journals: Energies and Sustainability (MPDI, Switzerland). SJEE (USA) He received the highest awards in building physics in the US and Canada. His research background includes heat, air and moisture, material science and durability of construction materials. He wrote more than 220 peer reviewed papers and 7 books, has 48,000 reads and 1,100 citations on the Research Gate.
Texas A&M University
Prof. Dr. Bjorn Birgisson is a distinguished Research Professor in the department of Civil Engineering at Texas A&M University, USA. He has completed his Ph.D. in Civil Engineering (Geomechanics) from University of Minnesota in 1996. He has done M.S. in Civil Engineering from Cornell University in 1991.
Prof. Winifred E. Newman, Assoc. Dean for Research and Academic Affairs, Dir. Institute for Intelligent Materials, Systems and Environments, promoting digital and human-machine hybrid solutions as a paradigm shift in the design and occupation of the built environment.Dr. Newman concentrates on spatial perception in architecture, ecological psychology, and neuroaesthetics with active research in data visualization, mapping, STEM learning environments, and histories of technology and science. Author of the Data Visualization for Design Thinking: Applied Mapping.
University Transportation Center
Prof. Dr. Marte Gutierrez is the James R. Paden Distinguished Professor at the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and the Director of the University Transportation Center for Underground Transportation Infrastructure (UTC-UTI) at Colorado School of Mines. Formerly, he was a Post-Doctoral Fellow, Senior Engineer and Program Leader at the Norwegian Geotechnical Institute, and Associate Professor/Professor at Virginia Tech. He has held visiting professorship and researcher positions in China, Chile, France, Japan, Norway, and South Korea, and was the Founding Chair of the Department of Civil Infrastructure and Environmental Engineering, Khalifa University, Abu Dhabi, UAE. He has published more than 350 papers in book chapters, journals, and conference proceedings, and has given keynote and invited lectures at several conferences. He has been involved in several landmark and groundbreaking Civil Engineering projects while working in Norway. He is a member of the Editorial Board of six International Journals and is the recipient of the Geotechnical Research Medal from UK’s Institute of Civil Engineers, the Peter A. Cundall Honorable Mention Award, and the Rock Mechanics Research Award and Applied Rock Mechanics Research Award both from the American Rock Mechanics Association, and the Kwanghua Visiting Professorship from Tongji University. Dr. Gutierrez’s main research interests are in Geomechanics, and Energy and Environmental Sustainability.
Vice President at KLC College
Prof. Dr. Faisal Manzoor Arain is an experienced construction project management professional and academic leader with an MS and PhD in Construction Project Management. He has extensive experience of working at management and leadership positions in industry and academia in Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Singapore and Canada. He received a certificate from Harvard University, Boston, USA upon completion of the Leadership Development Program. Prof. Dr. Faisal Manzoor Arain has a wealth of technical knowledge and experience as he worked in numerous professionals roles as an Architect, Project Coordinator, Project Manager, Director Projects, and Consultant with construction industry in Singapore, Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, and Canada in the domains of Architecture and Construction Project Management. He has extensive experience of managing all phases of construction projects including conceptual phase, front end engineering design, detailed engineering, and related project aspects within construction project management domain. Prof. Dr. Faisal Manzoor Arain has consulted, researched and published widely in the discipline of Project Management and Design and Construction Management. He has authored over 120 research publications, 2 book chapters, and 13 books (http://www.amazon.com/-/e/B0028ORPJK). His research interests include leadership, project management, designing educational spaces, design and construction interface issues, and the development and application of knowledge-based systems for management of building projects. Dr. Arain serves on editorial boards of several international research journals. He is the Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Construction Project Management published by Nova Science Publishers Inc., USA. He is an expert member of the World Association for Sustainable Development, UK. Dr. Arain worked as Chair, Construction Project Management with Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT), Calgary, Alberta. He served as the Associate Dean of the School of Sustainable Building and Environmental Management at NAIT, Edmonton, Alberta. He also assisted Saskatchewan Polytechnic, Regina providing educational, administrative and strategic leadership for a new baccalaureate degree program in construction management. Dr. Arain worked as the Senior Principal/Senior Dean, Niagara College (NC) Campuses in KSA. As the Senior Principal/Senior Dean, provided academic quality, administrative and strategic leadership. He recently served as the Vice President, Academic at the Northern Lakes College (NLC), Alberta, Canada. Dr. Arain is currently the Vice President, Academic & Administration at the KLC College, Ontario and the CEO of AM Management Global Inc, Alberta, Canada. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Prof. Dr. Miklas Scholz, canding, BEng (equiv), PgC, MSc, PhD, CWEM, CEnv, CSci, CEng, FHEA, FIEMA, FCIWEM, FICE, Fellow of IWA, VINNOVA Fellow, Marie Curie Senior Fellow, Humboldt Fellow,is a Prof. in Water Resources Engineering at Lund University, Sweden. He holds the Chair in Civil Engineering at The University of Salford, UK. He is a Professor and the Head of the Civil Engineering Research Group in Salford. Miklas is a Distinguished Professor at Johannesburg University. Prof.Scholz has shown excellence evidenced by world-leading publications, postgraduate supervision and recognised research impact. He has published four books and 221 journal articles. Prof.Scholz has total citations of 5027 (above 3234 citations since 2013), resulting in an h-index of 35 and an i10-Index of 111 (18 August 2018). About 48% each of his research is in wastewater treatment and water resources management, respectively. The remaining 4% are in capillary processes and water treatment.
International University of Catalonia
Prof. Yomna K. Abdallah, iBAGDeputyDtor. Architect, assistant professor of ESARQ, the School of Architecture of UIC Barcelona (Universitat Internacional de Catalunya). Deputy director of iBAG-UIC Barcelona (Institute for BioDigital Architecture & Genetics), that includes the Genetic Architectures Research Group & Office, and the Master’s Degree in Biodigital Architecture. Member of Bioengineering Institute of Technology at UIC. She is also a lecturer at Helwan University, Egypt, Faculty of Applied Arts, and leaded multidisciplinary research projects in numerous universities. While receiving multiple grants, funds and fellowships, and having numerous published papers in indexed journals and editorials.
International University of Catalonia
Prof. Alberto T. Estévez, Chairman-Professor, iBAG Director. Architect, with a professional office of architecture and design in Barcelona since 1983. Chairman-professor, founder and first director of ESARQ, the School of Architecture of UIC Barcelona (Universitat Internacional de Catalunya). Founder and first director of UIC Architecture PhD and Masters. Director of iBAG-UIC Barcelona (Institute for BioDigital Architecture & Genetics), that includes the Genetic Architectures Research Group & Office, and the Master’s Degree in Biodigital Architecture. He has written more than 200 publications, participating in a large number of exhibitions, and invited lectures around the world, presenting his ideas, projects and works.
University of Technology Malaysia
Dr. Uznir Ujang is a geospatial researcher enthusiastic and the Head of 3D GIS Research Group, Faculty of Built Environment and Surveying, UniversitiTeknologi Malaysia (UTM). Interest in 3D city modelling, 3D GIS, topology, and Geographical Information Science (GISc). He published more than 90 publications in international journals, conferences, and books. Actively involved with scientific committee activities all around the globe and being acknowledged by having more than 150 publications reviewed within 40 journals, books, and conferences worldwide.He is an active member of the International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ISPRS), the Royal Institutions of Surveyors Malaysia (RISM), Institution of Geospatial and Remote Sensing Malaysia (IGRSM) and Malaysia Board of Technologists (MBOT).
Instituto Superior Tecnico
Dr. Ana Filipa Ferreira da Silva Cigarro Matos is a Post-doctoral in the area of Environment and Energy at the Mechanical Engineering Department of IST, performing research on LCA and alternative biomass and biofuels. Her academic background is in Chemistry, in the environmental area of analysis of atmospheric aerosols (2005) and atmospheric exposure (2008). She obtained her PhD in Environmental Engineering at IST of University of Lisbon, with research in life cycle of alternative pathways for biohydrogen production. She has 11 papers in international peer-reviewed journals, 1 book chapter and more than 28 papers in international conferences. She has been awarded third place in Young European Arena of Research(YEAR) during the Transportation Research Arena (TRA) in 2012. Her main interests are: life cycle analysis (energy consumption/demand and pollutant emissions), biomass, particle matter, conversion technologies, biofuels, and alternative energy research area.
The University of British Columbia
Prof. Shahria Alam is a Full Professor of Civil Engineering and Tier-1 Principal’s Research Chair in Resilient & Green Infrastructure in the School of Engineering at The University of British Columbia (UBC)’s Okanagan campus. He is serving as the Director of the Green Construction Research & Training Center (GCRTC) at UBC. Dr. Alam is the Chair of the Engineering Mechanics and Materials Division of the Canadian Society for Civil Engineering (CSCE). He received his PhD in Civil Engineering from Western University in 2008. His research interests include smart and recycled materials and their structural engineering applications. He has published more than 300 peer-reviewed articles in these areas. He is the recipient of many national and international awards including the CSCE Pratley Award 2015.
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Dr. You Dong is an Assistant Professor of Structural Engineering at the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at The HK PolyU. His main research focuses on the risk, resilience, and sustainability-informed design, assessment, and life-cycle management of civil infrastructures. In addition, Dr. Dong's research group focuses on the data-driven computational model, physics-guided deep learning, and uncertainty quantification within performance assessment, prediction, and management. The ultimate goal is to aid the development of the next generation of infrastructure and coastal systems.
Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur
Prof. Dr. Ar. Abraham George is born on the Seventh of December, 1963. He has graduated with First Rank in B. Arch from the University of Kerala in December 1986, secured M. Arch with Excellent Grade from Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, in 1991 and Ph.D in Development of symbolic tools for communication in Architecture from Calicut University, in 2005. He worked as an active faculty member of the Department of Architecture, National Institute of Technology-Calicut, from August 1988 to January 2009, and has contributed to the cause of Architecture through institution development, numerous building and interior projects; including the prestigious administrative complex of NITC, research projects, numerous published papers, teaching and invited lectures. He was awarded the John Crawford Scholarship by the Government of Australia, 1992 and Fulbright Research Fellowship 2003-04 with centre of research at the Department of Architecture, Cornell University, New York. The Nehru Trust for Cambridge Collections, Victoria Albert Museum, UK had awarded him research grant for 2005-06. His paper “Gazing into the future of Architecture; An evolving profession“ was awarded the Best Faculty Paper Award in the Golden Jubilee Conference of School of Architecture and Planning Chennai, February 2008. He is currently Member Board of Studies of School of Architecture and Planning, Anna University and University of Calicut, Member of the Editorial Board of(i) Education and Practice published byIISTE US, (ii) ICFAI Journal of Architecture, Journal of Emerging Trends in Educational Research and Policy Studies – JETERAPS, Reviewer, (iii) Journal of Architectural Engineering, American Society of Civil Engineers, (iv) Journal of design Studies,published byIISTE US, and Member of Review panel of International Congress, Petronas University, Kuala Lumpur. He worked as the Chairman - Academic Board, IIA Kerala Chapter, Vice-Chairman–IIA Calicut Center, till February 2009. Formerly, he contributed as the Head of the Department of Architecture and gladly built up the Department of Architecture, NIT Calicut to the national level accredited by the Council of Architecture in the year 2009. Dr. Abraham George has joined IIT Kharagpur as Associate Professor, with effect from January 29, 2009, and since August 2020, as Professor and Head, at the Department of Architecture and Regional Planning, Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur. During my tenure till the date I have guided four PhD candidates; one is awarded and there are ongoing. I have ongoing mega-project on ‘Age–friendly built forms and Infrastructure Design’ sponsored by MHRD, Govt. of India and two other project on ‘Youth empowerment through Mud Block making’ and ‘Influence of Print Journalism on Architectural Design; both sponsored by SRIC, IIT Kharagpur. International exposure and collaborative research work are essential for students to gain confidence, self-worth and capability to compete in the international scenario. I have initiated International student exchange at the Department with an M. Arch student from Leibnitz University. Currently, I am entrusted with the responsibility of forging the relationship with Leibnitz University Hannover and I have forged a brilliant MoU with the University. Further, I have put in efforts and formed another MoU with Auro Society, Pondicherry an organization of repute with IIT Kharagpur. As the MoU officer, I facilitate mutual collaborations.
Nagoya Electric Works Co. Ltd
Dr. Tsutomu Tsuboi joined Hitachi from 1979 and worked as industrial motors designer until 1985, then Network product management of Semiconductor Div. from 1986 to 1997. He was manager of Hitachi Semiconductor America Inc. from 1997 to 2000. He was senior manager of Renesas Technology from 2003 to 2010. He was senior manager of Smart City Div. of Hitachi Ltd. from 2010 to 2012. He was Project Director of Hamamatsu Agency for Innovation from 2012 to 2014. He is currently project leader of New Creative Busines Divison in Nagoya Electric Works since 2014 and acting Project Leader of goverrnent Low Carbone Transproation Research of “SATREPS” (Sceneice and Technology Research Partnership for Sustaibalb Develeopment) from 2016 to 2022. He is IPSJ member and IEEE senior member. Education: Ph.D of Information and Science Technology at Aichi Prefectural University 2017, Master of Sustaibale Urban Regeneration Program at the University of Tokyo 2012.
Prof. Dr. Jingyu Cao is currently an Associate Professor at the Department of Building Environment and Energy Application Engineering, College of Civil Engineering, Hunan University. He has been carrying out research around the field of renewable energy utilization and sustainable technologies, advanced heat transfer, heat pipe, air conditioning, heat pump, etc. As an influential young scholar in above fields, he published 45 peer-reviewed papers in international journals and 19 peer-reviewed papers in international conferences; claimed 15 national patents; received several distinguished research awards. He is the Younth Editrial Board Member of Building Simulation: An International Journal, Leading Guest Editor of Energies and Director of Hunan Association of Refrigeration.
Technical University of Cartagena
Prof. Dr. Salvador Garcia-Ayllon Veintimilla, Associate Professor and Head of the R&D Group of Territorial Policy, Environmental and Infrastructure Planning at the Technical University of Cartagena. PhD in Civil Engineering and Architecture, he currently does research related to Territorial Management and Planning for Risk and Natural Hazards as visiting professor at the university of California Berkeley.He has been coordinator of the reconstruction project for the city of Lorca financed by the European Infrastructure Bank after the earthquake of 2011 and the project of Integrated Territorial Investment of the European Commission for the Mar Menor coastal lagoon after its environmental crisis.
Technion Israel Institute of Technology
Prof. Dr. Assaf Klar is an associate professor at the Technion Israel Institute of Technology. He was a professor of geotechnical engineering and soil mechanics in DTU Civil Engineering in 2018 and 2019, and now holds an honorary position as an affiliated professor in DTU. Over the years he has made important contributions to the engineering field of tunnelling, offering new methods for solving the intricate soil-structure interaction problem of tunnelling effects on buried pipelines and developing monitoring strategies involving distributed fibre optic sensing.
NOVA School of Science and Technology
Prof. Fernando F. S. Pinho, Researcher and Assistant Professor at FCT NOVA. Graduated in Civil Engineering and master’s degree in Construction by Instituto Superior Técnico. PhD in Civil Engineering (Construction Sciences) by NOVA University of Lisbon. He developed design activities, management, and supervision of works between 1989 and 1998. Since 1998, he teachesCurricular Units in the scope of building materials, technologies, and construction management, at FCT NOVA.He co-authored about 110 publications (international peer-reviewed scientific journals, books, conference proceedings) and 20 technical reports, aboutnamely the characterization and rehabilitation of ancient stone masonry walls.He co-organized and belong to scientific committees of national and international conferences, manly regarding rehabilitation of ancient buildings.Currently, he is a CERIS member; coordinator of the Postgraduate Course in Sustainable Construction and Rehabilitation, and Member of the Scientific Committee of the Civil Engineering Degree of FCT NOVA; coordinator of the Southern Regional College of Civil Engineering of the Portuguese Engineers Association and member of the Strategic Council of the Portuguese Construction Technology Platform.
Dr. Alejandro Baladron Julian is an environmental scientist specializing in hydrology with 14 years of experience in public and private sector projects. His portfolio includes environmental impact assessments, natural capital valuation, conservation banking, biological investigations, ecological restoration of urban streams and wetlands, landscape architecture, environmental monitoring on construction sites, water quality assessments, and hydrology modeling, including the design of drainage networks for highway and railway lines, the analysis of evacuation capacity in wastewater drainage systems, and flood risk studies. Alejandro holds a Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Sciences, a Master’s degree in Applied Hydrology, and a Master’s of Advanced Studies in Environmental Sciences. He currently is undertaking a Phd program on river restoration, with a focus on hydropower production effects on river functionality.
Polytechnic University of Madrid
Dr. Farshid Aram is a researcher in Sustainability and Urban Regeneration at Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. He has invented special software (Aram Mental Map Analyzer) to measure the citizens' mental cognition from urban spaces through mental maps. His research works concerning Madrid's urban parks have been published in prestigious journals. In addition, he is the reviewer and guest editor of the ISI journals.
University of Pernambuco
Dr. Leonel Valerio da Silva born on October 25, 1988 in the city of Arcoverde, countryside of the Brazilian state of Pernambuco.  Son of Lourival Valério da Silva, Mrs. Zelia Calf Valerius. I am very grateful, for all the work and effort of my parents, to help with the maintenance of our house and enable me to continue studying. My first experiences in Pernambuco were in the Brazilian Army, in 2007, when I joined as a soldier, soon after I took the course for Army cable formation. I joined the Municipality of Higher Education of Garanhuns in 2010, attending the Faculty of Civil Engineering, I also dedicated myself to business administration studies. although Furthermore, I have never exercised the profession, and preferred to work as a construction inspector for the city hall of Venturosa-PE. After finishing the inspection of public works, I dedicated myself to various trainings in management of works and technological advances in the construction sector, in my environment of work, highlight my skills in the practice of techniques such as project design, proposals, budgets and participation in bids, planning of works, elaboration and schedule updating, control of physical and financial WBS and preparation of bulletins of measurement. My professional trajectory, over the last 11 years, characterizes the performance in several projects in Brazil, Portugal and France among them in the areas of buildings of several buildings, railway infrastructure works, subdivisions and urban infrastructure performing paving, sewage networks, water treatment plants and sewage, always involved combining techniques, quality, safety and costs in benefit of society, the environment of employees and the company.
Western Sydney University Australia
Dr. Maria Rashidi has been involved in several design, construction and asset management projects for over 10 years. She received her Master of Civil Engineering and her PhD from University of Wollongong. Her expertise is in Civil Engineering with an emphasis on asset management, and her research capabilities include health monitoring of civil infrastructures using drones, sensor networking, laser scanning and digital twinning. She has also carried out extensive research on life cycle management of bridges which led to development of a Decision Support System for bridge remediation. Dr. Rashidi is currently the team leader of Structural Engineering and Health Monitoring (SAHM) team at the Centre for Infrastructure Engineering at Western Sydney University (WSU) and has been the chief investigator and project manager of several research and consulting projects.
University of Sannio
Dr. Rosa Francesca De Masi is Associate Professor at the University of Sannio (Benevento), for the Italian Scientific Sector ING-IND/11 (Applied Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer for Buildings). She was graduated, with honors, in Energy Engineering the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Sannio, on 29/04/2010. In May 2013 she was awarded a Ph.D. grant in "Engineering of Mechanical Systems" at the University of Naples Federico II. She has collaborated with several researchers in numerous scientific project and she was the principal investigator, for the University of Sannio of twoEuropean project– Horizon 2020 about innovative materials. She is co-author of around 70 scientific papers, on national and international journals, presented at national and international conferences.
Geospatial Information Agency
Prof. Dr. Dewayany Sutrisno is a research professor in the spatial information system. She has achieved a bachelor's degree in agriculture from Bogor Agriculture University (IPB University) in 1984, a Master of Applied Science in Remote sensing from the University of New South Wales in 1992, and Ph.D. in Marine management from IPB in 2004. Works in Geospatial Information Agency (BIG), adjunct lecturer in Post Graduate School of IPB, and lecture in the National Training Center for Geography Olympic. Active as an Indonesian representative in Asian Association on Remote Sensing (AARS) and Indonesian Society for Remote Sensing (Mapin/ISRS) as the member of the steering board. The research conducted thus far has been focused on the geomatics field, both internationally and nationally. Recent study, either continuing or completed, focuses on spatial planning, disaster management, climate change, and socioeconomic aspects. A book related to climate change has also been published in 2012 by Lap Lambert Academic Publishing Company – Germany, title Sea Level Rise and Its Impact on Rural Deltas: A Shoreline Retreat Approach. Recent on going is 1. Integrated coastal landscape management: An adaptation to related climate change impact, 2019-2021, Joint research with Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, National Ciao Tung University, Taiwan, Ohio State University - USA, Chinese academic of science (CAS), Dipenogor University, Seamo Biotrop, Funded by Asia Pacific Network for Global Change Research (APN) 2. Research includes the assessment of built-up land areas in order to facilitate the construction of earthquake-resistant housing 3. Geo-statistic development on Sustainable Development Goals That is our brief biographical overview Regard Prof. Dr. Dewayany Sutrisno
University of Minho
Dr. Nemias Goncalves, from Cape Verde, I did my PhD in Geology- geoconservation, environmental geology and geological resources at the University of Minho- Portugal. I have some articles published as: Qualidade da água no Concelho de São Domingos (Ilha de Santiago, Cabo Verde) ; water supply and access to safe water in developing arid countries (2019); Hydrochemistry and Evolution of Water Quality in a Context of Aridity and Increasing Agriculture in Three River Sub-Basins of Santiago Island (Cape Verde) . At this moment I work outside my area of study, but I am looking for an opportunity to develop work and projects consistent with the area in which I graduated.
University of Split
Dr. Katarina Rogulj is an Assistant Professor and researcher at Faculty of Civil Engineering, Architecture and Geodesy, University of Split. The main research areasare related to the sustainable development of the urban environment, with a particular focus on the urban infrastructures management. Recent studies are related to development of system engineering and artificial intelligence models to the sustainable management in various civil engineering and environmental problems, health monitoring of civil infrastructures, decision support for bridge remediation planning, development of circular economic models for waste and wastewater management.
University of Mosul
Dr. Mohammed Mukhlif Khalaf has a Ph.D in civil engineering/geotechnical engineering from Gaziantep University, Turkey. He has more than 14 years of research and teaching experience. He is currently lecturer at University of Mosul, Iraq.
University of Engineering and Technology Peshawar
Dr. Muhammad Asim has completed his M.Sc. in Civil Engineering with specialization in Transportation Engineering from University of Engineering and Technology Peshawar, Pakistan. He is working as Lecturer of Civil Engineering in the same University since from five years. He has published more than 5 papers in reputed journals and has extensive experience of teaching and research for more than five years. His area of research is pavements materials characterization, finite element modelling of materials, pavements design, pavements management and rehabilitation.
Karaganda Technical University
Prof. Dr. Nuguzhinov Zhmagul Smagulovich, Doctor of Engineering, Professor of the Department of Building Materials and Technologies at Karaganda Technical University, Director of the KazMIRD Institute. The scientific activity is research and expert work for comprehensive studying the reliability and stability of building structures. He is the supervisor of more than 1000 implemented experimental design and working projects for new construction, reconstruction and restoration of buildings and structures for civil and industrial purposes throughout the territory of the Republic of Kazakhstan.
Iran University of Science and Technology
Dr. Maryam Naghibi is a PhD Candidate. Her research focuses on undefined spaces, exploring about the causes and consequences of leftover spaces in landscape. She has published articles as“Undefined lands: A review of their role as an underexplored resource of landscape”, and “The role of user preferences in urban acupuncture: Reimagining leftover spaces in Tehran, Iran”.
Islamic Azad University
Dr. Mahmud Rezaei, Since 1999 he has been a researcher, architect, urban designer and IAU faculty member in both architecture and urban planning/design departments and has taught at various universities. He has also held several visiting professorship appointments at international universities in architecture, landscape design, urban design, and planning fields including the University of Sharjah and the City Institute at York University in Toronto, Canada. Apart from participating in International Architecture and Urban Design Practices since 2004, Professor Rezaei has also conducted research in the Middle Eastern Cities and published several articles in scholarly journals. He has received research/book awards on topics such as design processes, theories and methods of design and planning, walkability, urban morphology, and public urban spaces.
Prof. Abdelkader Ahmed The presenter has a PhD. in civil and environmental engineering from the University of Liverpool, UK. He has more than 24 years of research and teaching experience. He is currently full Professor at Aswan University, Egypt (on leave) and Professorat Islamic University, KSA. Research interest includes water quality, wastewater treatment, waste management, hydraulics and water harvest.
Prof. Abdul Hakim Chikho is a Steel Structure Professor with over 32 years of experience in Steel and Structural Engineering with a great experience in lecturing almost all Civil Engineering Projects and successfully supervising several MSc and Ph.D. students. He's so efficient in conducting scientific research since he had published several and quite important papers in several famous international conferences and scientific journals. During his professional job he was granted the opportunity to visit USA and conduct a scientific research through Fulbright program for six months when he had a great knowledge concerning steel and structural engineering. More than that he had great opportunity to attend several International Conferences and to share knowledge through submitting several scientific papers. His opinions are highly valued, friends and students trust and respect his judgments. Prof Abdul Hakim Chikho earned a degree in B.Sc. In Civil Engineering back in 1984 from Civil Engineering Faculty Aleppo University. During the middle of 1986 he travelled to The University of Sheffield in England to get PhD. In Steel and Structural Engineering and this degree was conferred on him at the end of 1989. During his professional carrier he shared other colleagues in designing several important buildings in Aleppo City
Executive Director at ESEPARC
Dr. Thabo Sacolo is an Applied Economist with specialisation in Environmental Economics. Hestarted his career in 2006 in the University of Eswatini where he pursued a degree in Agriculture Economics and Agribusiness Management then proceeded to the University of Pretoria, South Africa, where he obtained his Masters in Agriculture Economics(specialising in Environmental Economics) as well as PhD in Environmental Economics in 2013 and 2018, respectively. While pursuing his post graduate studies, he worked as a Research Assistant in the Department of Agriculture Economics, Extension, and Rural Development, University of Pretoria. He also took part in a number of research projects that werebeing implemented by the Centre for Environments Economics and Policy Analysis in Africa (CEEPA), which is house in the department of Agricultural Economics, Extension, and Rural Development,Faculty of Natural and Agricultural Sciences,University of Pretoria. Alongside pursuing his PhD, he taught at Tshwane University of Technologyand continued to support research initiative implemented by CEEPA. In 2017, he joined the Eswatini Economic Policy Analysis and Research Centre (ESEPARC),a government Think Tank in the Kingdom of Eswatini (formally, Swaziland), as a Senior Research Fellow. In 2019 he was appointed Acting Executive Director and a year later he was appointed as the Centre’s substantive Executive Director. Alongside his duties at ESEPARC, in 2019 and 2020, Dr Sacolo taught at the University of Eswatini, Faculty of Agriculture. Dr Sacolo spear headed several research project that were aimed at assessing the impact of COVID-19 on a wide range of sectors of the Eswatini economy, including agriculture(farming households, agriculture input suppliers, and extension officers). The Think Tank (ESEPARC), under the leadership of Dr Sacolo, played a pivotal role when the government of Eswatini was developing the Post-COVID-19 Recovery Plan and is still instrumental in facilitating the implementation of the Recovery Plan. Dr Sacolo has publications in the area of land reform, non-market valuation of environmental resources, international trade, informal economy, electricity, among others.