Asif’s research interests focus on how to use artificial intelligence and machine learning in the construction industry, and more specifically related to how to increase the safety of crane operation on construction sites. He is currently pursuing a doctoral degree under the supervision of Dr. Al-Hussein and Dr. Ahmed Bouferguene.
Asif bring more than a year and a half of experience as a project engineer where he was involved in the planning, monitoring, executing and closing of projects in Pakistan. In 2015, he earned a Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering from Balochistan University of Engineering and Technology, in Khuzdar, Pakistan. He completed his M.Eng in Construction Engineering and Management at the University of Alberta in 2018. His research project focused on the use of smart technologies in the construction industry.
Currently, Asif is involved in research that focuses on how to use artificial intelligence and machine learning to increase safety on construction sites specifically related to crane operation.
- Bachelor of Civil Engineering (2015) from Balochistan University of Engineering and Technology, Khuzdar, Pakistan
- Master of Engineering in Construction Engineering and Management (2018), University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
- Liu, S., Mansoor, A., Kugyelka, B., Bouferguene, A., and Al-Hussein, M. “On-site assembly of modular building using discrete event simulation.” Accepted (Jun., 2019) for publication in Proceedings, Winter Simulation Conference, National Harbor, MD, USA, Dec. 8–11.