Dr. Mohamed Ibrahim Abdelhady




Ph.D. in Architectural from the State University of Land use planning in Moscow , Russia.

Master of Architectural Engineering - Department of Architecture - Faculty of Engineering- Ain Shams University, Egypt.

Teaching Interests : Architectural Design, Building Construction, Working Drawings, Perspective and shadow and Architectural Computer Programs for architects (Cad, Photo shop, 3dmax and architectural Rivet).


Research Interest : Saving Energy in Buildings, Architectural Technology, Renewable Energy, Sustainable Design and Architecture.


Recent Publications :

1. “Impact of Utilization Compressed Stabilized Earth Blocks on Thermal comfort in Architectural Spaces”, Arab Journal of Sciences and Research Publishing ISBN: 2015-499, ISNN 2518-5780, Volume 3, Number 1, 03/2019.

2. “Windows Factors Impact on Air Speed and Quality Inside Architectural Spaces", International Journal of Applied Engineering Research ISSN 0973-4562 Volume 13, Number 15 (2018) PP 12146-12156, 9/2018

3. “The Role of Building Services in Energy Conservation into Residential Buildings” ICACEE 2018 : 20th International Conference on Architectural, Civil and Environmental Engineering, New York, USA during Apr 19-20, 2018. Paper code: 18US040397CO0003

4. The ways of achieving correlation between authenticity and Contemporaneity in Omani Architecture, " International Conference on: Urban Primacy and Traditional Urban fabric in Sultanate of Oman 23 – 24 October 2017, Sultan Qaboos university.

5. “Applying the Principles of Green architecture for Saving Energy in Buildings” Alternative & Renewable Energy Quest in Architecture and Urbanism Conference, Barcelona, Spain 1-3 February 2017.

6. “Determination of Opening Area in Administrative Buildings for Natural Ventilation, Lighting and Solar Sterilization ” The Egyptian International Journal of Engineering, sciences and Technology, Zagazeg, Egypt. 2 April 2015.



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