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Mohamed ELZomor, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Moss School of Construction, Infrastructure and Sustainability


Phone: 305-348-0000

Bio

Dr. Mohamed ElZomor is an assistant professor at Florida International University (FIU), College of Engineering and Computing and teaches at the Moss School of Construction, Infrastructure and Sustainability. Dr. ElZomor received his doctorate at Arizona State University (ASU), Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering. Prior to attending ASU, Dr. ElZomor received a master’s of science degree in Architecture from University of Arizona, a master’s degree in Engineering and a bachelor of science in Construction Engineering from American University in Cairo. Dr. ElZomor moved to FIU from State University of New York, where he was an assistant professor at the college of Environmental Science and Forestry. With more than a decade of professional managerial experience in the construction industry, he developed a tool that identifies scope and associated risk for infrastructure systems.

Beside Dr. ElZomor’s diverse cross-disciplinary academic knowledge, Mohamed has extensive professional project management experience as well as in various construction capacities. Mohamed’s work focuses on Sustainability of the Built Environment, Engineering Education, Construction Engineering, Energy Efficiency Measures and Modeling, Project Management, and Infrastructure Resilience. His passion couples resilient and sustainability in the built environment with technologies. Mohamed, distinct expertise supports fostering interdisciplinary research in addition to embracing innovative pedagogical approaches in STEM education. Dr. Mohamed’s goal is to embrace active, creative and inclusive learning environments for future workforces and integrate resilience and sustainability into construction for societal good. Dr. ElZomor research has been supported by National Science Foundation (NSF), Engineering Information Foundation and U.S. Department of Transportation.