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educator , researcher , structural engineer

Mohamed Elgawady, Egyptian structural engineer, researcher, educator. Achievements include development of Design models for retrofitting of existing masonry structures; research in A free-damage aseismic design philosophy; research in Upgrading of existing bridges.

Background

Elgawady, Mohamed was born on March 28, 1975 in Elgiza, Egypt. Son of Abdelmonem Elgawady and Fatma Hassan.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Cairo University, 1997. Master, Cairo University, 2000. Doctor of Philosophy, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Lausanne, 2004.

Career

Structural engineer Arab Consultant Engineers (American Council on Exercise Moharram – Bakhoum), Cairo, 1997—2000. Research fellow University Auckland, New Zealand, 2005—2006. Assistant professor Washington State University, since 2006.

Achievements

  • Achievements include development of Design models for retrofitting of existing masonry structures. Research in A free-damage aseismic design philosophy. Research in Upgrading of existing bridges.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member of American Society of Civil Engineers (associate), Egyptian Society Earthquake Engineering, New Zealand Society Earthquake Engineering, New Zealand Concrete Society, British Masonry Society, International Institute FRP Construction, Masonry Society United States of America, Zamalek.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Swimming, travel, reading.

Connections

Married Naglla Aly Mohamed, July 2, 2000. Children: Mostafa Mohamed, Yahya Mohamed.

father:
Abdelmonem Elgawady

mother:
Fatma Hassan

spouse:
Naglla Aly Mohamed

child:
Mostafa Mohamed Elgawady

child:
Yahya Mohamed Elgawady