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Dr. Mohamed Ezzeldin

Assistant Professor

Department of Civil Engineering

Earthquake Engineering; Reinforced Masonry Systems; Dynamic Testing; Resilient Infrastructure Systems; Risk Assessment; Data Analytics
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Dr. Mohamed Ezzeldin has joined the Department of Civil Engineering as of July 1, 2019 as an Assistant Professor focusing in Structural Engineering. Dr. Ezzeldin completed his Ph.D. at McMaster University, and both his M.Sc. and B.Sc. at Ain Shams University in Cairo, Egypt.

Dr. Ezzeldin’s research focuses on two main areas. The first area deals with quantifying the system-level performance of structures under extreme events induced by natural or anthropogenic hazards. The second area focuses on simulating the complex interdependence within large civil infrastructure systems to enhance their overall resilience. He is interested in testing systems and integrating the resulting performance data with numerical simulation and analytical modeling approaches to develop system-level risk assessment and resilience quantification tools. His research in such two areas also capitalizes on different emerging technologies such as data mining, machine learning and other artificial intelligence techniques to develop system performance predictive models.


B.A.Sc., M.A.Sc.(Ain Shams); Ph.D. (McMaster)


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