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Mohamed A. ElGawady

Mohamed A. ElGawady

Associate Professor
Missouri University of Science and Technology


Dr Mohamed A. ElGawady, Ph. D., is Benavides Associate Professor at Missouri University of Science and Technology (formerly University of Missouri-Rolla) with 20 years of experience in extreme loading and sustainability. Previously, ElGawady has held positions at Washington State University, University of Auckland, University of South Australia, and Tokyo Institute of Technology. He worked also as a structural engineer for three years. His research addresses the performance of existing structures under man-made and natural hazard. He also develops innovative structural systems and sustainable materials to mitigate extreme events. He is heavily involved in different design and construction codes such as The Masonry Society building code, American Concrete Institute Code, and Transportation Research Board. He co-authored 60 referred papers published in tier one journals and 120 conference papers published in top national and international venues. Dr. ElGawady received funding from different agencies including Missouri DNR, DOT, Federal Highway Administration, University Transportation Center, Mid-America Transportation Center, Transportation Northwest, MoDOT, and WSDOT. His excellent and hard work has been recognized by Missouri S&T through the inaugural Benavides Endowment Award, Joseph H. Senne, Jr. Academy of Civil Engineers Faculty Achievement Award, and Missouri University of Science and Technology Faculty Excellence Award.

Research Interest

• Seismic behavior of masonry and concrete structures • Rehabilitation of structures using FRP • Concrete filled FRP tubes • Sustainable concrete structures