Aspire to Achieve

    •, A researcher, باحث
      A researcher
    •, An undergraduate, البكالوريوس
      An undergraduate
    •, A graduate, الدراسات العليا
      A graduate


  • Research Interests:

  • ​​Mohamed, Ahmed M. R. M. (2017), The experience of The Old Jeddah development: An example of Urban Primacy Control.  International Conference of Urban Primacy and Traditional Urban fabric in Sultanate of Oman, Omani Study Center, Sultan Qaboos university, Muscat, Oman
  • Mohamed, Ahmed M. R. M. (2017), Sustainable transportation modes in Jeddah, KSA, An exploratory study. The First Memaryaat International Conference. Jeddah, KSA
  • Sayed, Ayman, AbdAlsamea, Mohamed & Mohamed, Ahmed M. R. M. Customising the Egyptian City for Pedestrian as a sustainable approach. (2016) The 3rd International Conference for Environmental Studies, Hughada, Egypt
  • Mohamed, Ahmed M. R. M. (2014), The Spatial Configuration of Formal Housing Types in New Assiut City, Egypt. Environment and Design, "Re-Thinking Residential Environments" Istanbul, Turkey.
  • Mohamed, Ahmed M. R. M. (2012), The Characteristics of Urban Heritage Patterns of the Upper Egypt Cities: the case of Assiut City A proposed analytical framework. The third international architectural Conservation Conference and Exhibition, Architectural Conservation: Present and Future, Dubai.
  • Mohamed, Ahmed M. R. M. (2012), Conservation of Historical Areas through 'Open Studio Design' Educational Projects: the case of Gharb Sohil, Aswan City. The Conservation of the local traditional urban Style Symposium, Ministry of Housing, Muscat.
  • Mohamed, Ahmed M. R. M. ( 2012), Vernacular vs. Planned Urban Space and Urban Liveability. The Sixth International Seminar on Vernacular Settlements (ISVS-6), the Eastern Mediterranean University, Famagusta, North Cyprus.
  • Mohamed, Ahmed M. R. M. and Brown, F. (2009) The Urban Grid and its Consequences Assiut: An Egyptian Case-Study. IN Koch, D. Marcus. L. and Steen, J. (Eds.) Proceedings of the 7th International Space Syntax Symposium, Stockholm: KTH, 2009.
  • Mohamed, Ahmed M. R. M. (2008), The Morphology of the urban grid in Assiut. Shool of Environment and Development conference, Manchester University, UK.

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