NSERC Industrial Research Chair in the Industrialization of Building Construction

Osama Mohsen

Background:

Osama graduated with a BSc. from King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, Saudi Arabia, in 2006; and with an MEng. from University of Alberta, in 2009. He has over seven years of professional experience in construction management, scheduling and planning, cost estimation and project control, both overseas and in Canada. He also has experience as a teaching and research assistant during his undergraduate and graduate studies. Currently he is pursuing his PhD degree in Construction Engineering and Management at the University of Alberta.

Current Research:

Osama’s prospective research work focuses on improvements and optimization of operation in construction sites and manufacturing facilities. In addition, the research work involves the study and analysis of ground freezing technologies as a temporary platform to support construction operations and equipment, specifically cranes.

Education:

  • Master of Engineering in Construction Engineering and Management (2009), University of Alberta,Edmonton, Canada 
  • Bachelor of Science in Architectural Engineering (2006), King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, Saudi Arabia 

Affiliations:

  • Member (E.I.T) of the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta (APEGA)
  • Member of Canadian Institute of Steel Construction (CISC)

Publications:

  1. Lee, S., Mohsen, O. (2008). “Application of Context-Aware Computing to Construction Field Work.” Proceedings of the CSCE 2008 Annual Conference, Québec City, QC, Canada.
  2. Mohsen, O., Knytl, P., Abdulaal, B., Olearczyk, J., Al-Hussein, M. (2008). “Simulation of Modular Building Construction.” Proceedings of the 2008 Winter Simulation Conference, Miami, FL, USA.

Osama Mohsen

PhD student
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
5-362.57 Donadeo Innovation Centre for Engineering
omohsen@ualberta.ca