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Dr. Ahmed Abdel Maksoud is the recipient of the Dean's Award for Outstanding Leadership and Contributions to the International Graduate Student Community

December 2, 2022 /  Department News

Dr. Ahmed Abdel Maksoud is the recipient of the Dean's Award for Outstanding Leadership and Contributions to the International Graduate Student Community

Dr. Ahmed Abdel Maksoud is the recipient of the Dean's Award for Outstanding Leadership and Contributions to the International Graduate Student Community.

McMaster Civil Engineering Graduate student, Ahmed Foda had been announced as a winner of the Transport Canada Scholarship

September 28, 2022 /  Department News

McMaster Civil Engineering Graduate student, Ahmed Foda had been announced as a winner of the Transport Canada Scholarship

Ahmed Foda has been announced as a winner of the Transport Canada Scholarship.

Dr. Ahmed Abdel Maksoud selected to recieve Student Best Paper Award of ICOSSAR2021-2022 International Conference

September 20, 2022 /  Department News

Dr. Ahmed Abdel Maksoud selected to recieve Student Best Paper Award of ICOSSAR2021-2022 International Conference

Our recent PhD graduate, Dr. Ahmed Abdel Maksoud, was selected to receive the Student Best Paper Award of the ICOSSAR2021-2022 International Conference for his pioneering work on incorporating epistemic uncertainty in bridge management decisions.

Mac Eng PhD candidate enhances climate resilience in the U.K.

August 30, 2022 /  Department News

Mac Eng PhD candidate enhances climate resilience in the U.K.

Moustafa Naiem Abdel-Mooty, a PhD candidate in the department of civil engineering at McMaster University, is furthering innovation on climate resilience as a visiting research scholar at the University of Cambridge.

In the Media: ‘The Achilles heel for electric vehicles’: EVs, cold weather and a lack of information

August 5, 2022 /  Department News
Source: The Globe and Mail

In the Media: ‘The Achilles heel for electric vehicles’: EVs, cold weather and a lack of information

Moataz Mohamed, assistant professor of civil engineering, discusses how cold temperatures affect lithium-ion batteries in electric vehicles.

Discover 7 Mac Eng research projects from social robots to algorithmic watchdogs

July 18, 2022 /  Department News

Discover 7 Mac Eng research projects from social robots to algorithmic watchdogs

The federal government is investing in McMaster Engineering researchers, who are working on exciting new developments in materials science, civil engineering and computing and software.

Sarah Dickson-Anderson appointed as Acting Associate Dean, Academic

July 7, 2022 /  Department News

Sarah Dickson-Anderson appointed as Acting Associate Dean, Academic

Sarah Dickson-Anderson, professor in the department of civil engineering, has been appointed to serve as Acting Associate Dean, Academic in the Faculty of Engineering.

Mac Eng faculty, alumni elected as fellows of Canadian Academy of Engineering

June 14, 2022 /  Department News

Mac Eng faculty, alumni elected as fellows of Canadian Academy of Engineering

Six McMaster Engineering-affiliated professionals, including professors and alumni, have been elected to the Canadian Academy of Engineering in recognition of their outstanding contributions to their fields.

In the Media: New partnership aims to make mobility easier for everyone

June 2, 2022 /  Department News
Source: The Hamilton Spectator

In the Media: New partnership aims to make mobility easier for everyone

Ali Emadi, Canada Research Chair, writes on the partnership between McMaster University and Cubic Corporation’s Cubic Transportation systems, whose efforts focus on emerging transportation technologies to improve vehicles and systems to make life better.

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