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As a proud alumni from UOS with a degree in civil engineering, I am excited to embark on the next phase of my career. The education and experiences gained during my time at the university have equipped me with a solid foundation in civil engineering principles and practices. I look forward to staying connected with fellow alumni, engaging in professional development opportunities, and contributing to the university community. As I transition into the workforce, I am committed to continuous learning, networking, and sharing my experiences to benefit current students and contribute to the growth of the civil engineering field. I am grateful for the support and knowledge gained at the university and am eager to make meaningful contributions to the industry while staying connected with the university community.
Eng. Hamdan Aldoukhi
B.Sc in Civil Engineering (2010) University of Sharjah
Nadia Nassif's progression through the Civil Engineering program at the University of Sharjah, culminating in her current PhD candidacy, demonstrates the university's excellence in nurturing skilled engineers. Her successful completion of an MSc in Structural Engineering and her ongoing doctoral research exemplify the university's commitment to providing a robust and comprehensive education. While her primary focus has been on structural engineering, Nadia has also ventured into interdisciplinary areas, occasionally engaging with projects involving Artificial Intelligence, reliability analysis, data-driven modeling and optimization, and life cycle assessment. This aspect of her academic work showcases the University of Sharjah's dedication to a multifaceted educational approach, ensuring graduates like Nadia are equipped with a broad spectrum of skills relevant to the evolving demands of civil engineering. In her roles as a Graduate Research Assistant and Teaching Assistant, Nadia has demonstrated a solid foundation in civil engineering principles, along with the ability to apply these concepts in practical settings. Her master's thesis on the punching shear strength of reinforced concrete slabs with macro synthetic fibers, and her ongoing PhD research, underline the university's focus on addressing current and future challenges in civil engineering through cutting-edge research. The inclusion of various methodologies such as AI and optimization in her research portfolio exemplifies the university's aim to offer an education that is not only deep in core disciplines but also expansive in its embrace of innovative technologies and approaches.
Nadia Ayman Nassif
PhD Candidate, Graduate Research Assistant and Master’s Graduate from University of Sharjah, 2020
Dr. Emran Alotaibi's current role as a Postdoctoral Fellow specializing in Artificial Intelligence in Smart Civil Infrastructure Systems is a direct reflection of the advanced and forward-thinking education he received at the University of Sharjah. His exceptional performance in this role, particularly in applying AI methodologies to various aspects of civil engineering, highlights the university's emphasis on integrating cutting-edge technology and innovative research into its curriculum. This foundational training, beginning with his BSc and extending through his MSc and PhD in Civil Engineering – all completed with highest honors from University of Sharjah– has evidently equipped Emran with the skills necessary to excel in a rapidly evolving technological landscape.​ ​ The University of Sharjah's commitment to offering a comprehensive educational experience that balances theoretical knowledge with practical applications has been instrumental in shaping Emran's career path. His doctoral dissertation on "Geogrid-Biocementation Reinforcement System for Soil Improvement Applications" exemplifies the university's focus on fostering research that is both innovative and directly applicable to real-world challenges. This blend of rigorous academic training and exposure to practical, application-oriented research has enabled Emran to seamlessly transition into a role that demands a deep understanding of both civil engineering principles and advanced AI technologies. His success in this area is a testament to the quality and relevance of the education provided by the University of Sharjah.
Dr. Emran Bassam Alotaibi​
Postdoctoral Fellow: Artificial Intelligence in Smart Civil Infrastructure Systems​ Research Institute of Science and Engineering​ PhD. in Civil Engineering at University of Sharjah
What can I say? For sure University of Sharjah is one of the best universities that I studied in. I spent 12 years at the University as a student, researcher, and staff. I received both my B.Sc. and M.Sc. in Civil Engineering and worked at the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering for 5 years. The knowledge, skills, and experience I obtained at the University of Sharjah were the key to receive a prestigious scholarship at Carleton University in Canada, where I am currently pursuing my Ph.D. in Environmental Engineering. My gratitude to my professors at the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department for their tremendous effort, which I will never forget.
Eng. Wameed Alghazali
Ph.D. Candidate/Instructor at Carleton University, Canada
I was lucky to study at the University of Sharjah and graduate with B.Sc. and M.Sc. in Civil Engineering. The study experience was wonderful and the knowledge I gained at the University allowed me to start my career strong. I worked as a project engineer, researcher, and senior researcher at different organizations in the UAE. I am currently pursuing my Ph.D. in Civil Engineering at Carleton University in Canada with a full scholarship. Thanks to the University of Sharjah and to my professors at the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering for their unlimited support.
Rulla Al-Haideri
Ph.D. Candidate/Researcher at Carleton University, Canada
My interest in Civil Engineering drove my personal choices during university to pursue further study in this field to satisfy my interests, ultimately leading me towards opportunities to undertake research in the field of Civil Engineering. Studying in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Sharjah has allowed me to develop a diligent work ethic and provided me with the necessary skills to pursue my interests further through doctoral research. I knew that after I received my bachelors, I would want to continue my education into a master’s degree; however, I never imagined that I would be able to go further. I have also been lucky enough to have an outstanding support system of colleagues and professors here at UOS, without their continuing support I would not be the Engineer I am today. My experience at UOS has turned into a journey I never thought possible, and I could not be more thankful.
Eng. Basil Ibrahim
PhD Candidate at University of Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada
I have spent four years full of challenges at the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at University of Sharjah. I have learned how to be a successful civil engineer. I feel grateful to my faculty for the homework, exams and quizzes because now I can manage the stress at my work easily. I am currently working at Abu Dhabi Company for Onshore Oil Operations (ADCO).
Eng. Omar Al Hammadi
Abu Dhabi Company for Onshore Oil Operations (ADCO)
The university years were the best 4 years in my life, the quality of people I have met has helped to create a great study environment. I am grateful to my faculty and colleagues who supported me during my journey.
Eng. Anas Shahin
Designer at VLM post-tension works
I am honored to graduate from the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at University of Sharjah. I hold a bachelor degree in Civil Engineering and a master degree in Engineering Management. I spent 6 years full of valuable knowledge and experience that enrich me in the scientific, practical, and personal levels. All that along with the continuous support and advice from the faculty and colleagues helped in gaining a distinguished position in the professional career.
Eng. Abdalla Mahmoud
Deputy Head of Design Section – Directorate of Housing