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Ezzeldin Yazeed Sayed-Ahmed

Ezzeldin Yazeed Sayed-Ahmed

Professor
American University in Cairo
Egypt

Biography

Ezzeldin Yazeed Sayed-Ahmed is a Professor and the Graduate Program Director in the Department of Construction Engineering, the American University in Cairo. He is a Fellow of the Academy of Scientific Research and Technology, and a Reinforced Concrete and Steel Structures Consultant in Egypt. He is also a Professor Emeritus in Ain Shams University and served as the Acting Director of its Credit Hours Engineering Programs between 2007 and 2008. He was the Associate Dean of the College of Engineering of Qatar University between 2005 and 2006. He is currently a voting member of the permanent committee for the Egyptian Code of Practice for Fibre Reinforced Polymers and the Chair of the Technical Subcommittee preparing the first Egyptian code of practice for Composite Polymers Structures. He was a member in many engineering societies such as IABSE (Switzerland), CSCE and CPCI (Canada), ASCE, SEI and TMS (USA).He has a USA Patent, 142 publications of which 53 papers in refereed Journal. Ezzeldin Yazeed designed/design-reviewed many iconic projects such as the Four 140 m high Minarets of Al-Haram AlMakki Extension, (KSA), Al-Haram AlMakki FRP Temporary Mataf, King AdbdulAziz Endowment Tower FRP Clock, Cambambe Hydroelectric Power Plant and Dam (Angola), Storm-water Drainage for Muzdalifah, (KSA), National Guard Five Specialized Hospitals (KSA), etc.

Research Interest

• Steel Structures and Bridge • Advanced Composite Materials • Strengthening of Structures • Seismic Behaviour of High-Rise Buildings with Transfer Floors • Mass Concrete in Dams • Structural Response to Subsurface Blasting • Concrete Masonry Structures • Biomechanics Engineering, and Engineering Education.