Dr. Mohamed Mahmoud

Assistant Professor

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Dr. Mohamed is currently an assistant professor at the Architecture and Urban Design Program, School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Nile University (NU). Dr. Mohamed has 31 years of successful in-depth experience in Engineering firms, Project Management and General management experience in many consultant engineering offices and contracting companies.
Mohamed carries:
•    BSc. in Civil Engineering from the faculty of Engineering Cairo University, Cairo, Egypt (1991). 
•    MSc. in Architectural Engineering from the faculty of Engineering Cairo University, Cairo, Egypt (2012).
•    PhD. in Architectural Engineering from the faculty of Engineering Cairo University, Cairo, Egypt (2018).


Recent Publications

Accurate timing analysis of combinational logic cells engine using adaptive technique based on current source model

As the usage of very large scale integration (VLSI) in computers continues to increase, debugging of timing problems on actual hardware becomes more and more difficult. The post-layout gate-level simulation constitutes a critical design step for timing closure. The major drawback of traditional post-layout gate-level simulation is its long analysis time, which increases as design complexity

Circuit Theory and Applications

Current source based standard-cell model for accurate timing analysis of combinational logic cells

Timing verification is an essential process in nanometer design. Therefore, static timing analysis (STA) is currently the main aspect of performance verification. Traditional STA is based on lookup tables with input slew and output load capacitance. It is becoming insufficient to accurately characterize many significant aspects of the conventional cell delays models, such as: the process

Circuit Theory and Applications
Research Tracks
  • Construction Waste Management
  • Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Competitiveness
  • Healthcare
  • Energy and Water
Research Project

Replacing the Virgin Materials in Concrete with Waste Materials (Rubble, Plastics, Sludge, etc.)

Construction wastes have become the largest source of different solid wastes in Egypt as construction and demolition processes generate millions of tons of construction and demolishing wastes every year. The increasing generation of construction and demolishing wastes have caused huge impacts on the environment and agitated growing public concern in the local community. Therefore, the minimization
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Post Occupancy Evaluation – From Architecture to Energy Efficiency and Carbon Emissions: The Case Study of Nile University

Sustainability has been one of the major overarching topics across industries over the past few years. Sustainability in the built environment is no exception and given the recent focus on climate change, it cannot be seen as a luxury anymore. However, sustainability should never come at the expense of the convenience of the building users or the architectural aesthetics. Accordingly, this