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      A researcher
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      An undergraduate
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      A graduate

Publications

  • Research Interests:

Ongoing:
  1. Albushra M. Alanbar & Mady Mohamed, The Role of Park Cooling Island (PCI) in Mitigating the Urban Heat Island (UHI) , Atmosphere SI: "Medium and Large-Scale Application of Nature-Based Countermeasures to Mitigate Urban Heat Island Phenomena"
  2. Mohamed, M., Cooling Urban Open Spaces by the Passive Solar Strategy in Hot Arid Region – A case study of Effat Campus, The City of Jeddah
  3. Critical insights into Green Urban Sustainable System to achieve the Concepts of Smart Cities  - RESEARCH & INNOVATION FORUM 2022 Rii2020 - Athens 20 - 22 April

    In Review:

  4. Mady Mohamed, and Mohamed F. El-Amin, Inward and Outward Opening Properties of one-sided wind catchers: Experimental and analytical evaluation, Sustainability_SI_Sustainability and Energy-Saving in Construction and Building Materials,
  5. Adaptive Design Solutions for Jeddah Promenades During the Pandemic, Frontiers in Built Environment - Adaptive Design Solutions for the 'New Normal' in the Ongoing COVID-19 Pandemic
  6. Mohamed M. Ramadan, H., Kinetic Energy Harvesting from Human Footsteps: Review and Case Study, International Journal of Engineering Research and Technology;
  7. Nashwa Khan, Mady Mohammed, Arabian Lagoons- Urban Recreation and Floating Underwater Marine Research Centre, Civil Engineering and Architecture (ISSN: 2332-1091)
  8. Lama Alsaud, Dina Hassan, Rofaida Faraj, Thuraya Bajo, Alanoud Alotaibi , Mady Mohamed, Stack Effect Phenomenon in Architecture, Civil Engineering and Architecture (ISSN: 2332-1091),
  9. Latifa Aldosari1, Mady Mohamed, True Origins of Architecture, Review of International Geographical Education Online, (ISSN: 2146-0353)

     

    In Press

  1. Mohamed, M., Madani, M., Nabil, N., Lighting in mosques-Needs and applications, the 5th Memaryat Conference (MIC 2021) Masjid Architecture: Form and Meaning, 22-23 Feb., 2021, Effat University, Jeddah, KSA,
  2. Mohamed, M., Ahmed, N., Mitigating the Contradiction of the climatically best orientation and the Qibla Direction and of Mosques, the 5th Memaryat Conference (MIC 2021) Masjid Architecture: Form and Meaning, 22-23 Feb., 2021, Effat University, Jeddah, KSA,
  3. Mady Mohamed, Carbon Footprint Related to Energy and Architecture and Strategies to Remove Footprints from Buildings, Review of International Geographical Education Online
  4. Sanaa A. Al-Kesmi, and Mady Mohamed, Analysis on the Proposed Saudi Green City Guidelines: The Case of Jeddah City, Review of International Geographical Education Online,
  5. Amani Ahmad Aburuzaiza, Mady Mohamed, and Tarek Ragab, Investigating the Effect of Urban Form on Heat Island Phenomena: Case Study of Jeddah, KSA, Civil Engineering and Architecture,
  6. Maha Alsuhaibi, Teaf Abushusha, Roaa Omar, Rawan Masri, Rana Alotaibi, Wijdan Aljuaid, Mady Mohamed, Daylighting in Office Buildings: Design Strategies and Techniques, Lecture Notes in Civil Engineering,
  7. Ghazal Alkhateeb, Sara Alshareef, Magferah Alsammam, Bareah Arshadlamphon, Mathar Munshi, Farah Mohammed, Mady Mohammed, Design Strategies and Techniques of Lighting for Museums Research, Lecture Notes in Civil Engineering,
  8. Ranin Awad, Leen Fatani, Shahad Bagabir, Heba Bakri, Rahaf Al-Qattan, Mady Mohamed, Lightning Assessment Techniques, Lecture Notes in Civil Engineering,

     

    2022

  9. Mohder, L., Mohamed, M.,  Design guideline for Air Quality in Hot Climate's Open Spaces, the 6th Memaryat Conference (MIC 2022) Cities Of The Future: Challenges And Opportunities, 09-10 Feb., 2022, Effat University, Jeddah, KSA,
  10. Alghamdi, H., Mohamed, M., Promoting Social Interaction in Jeddah's Open Spaces, the 6th Memaryat Conference (MIC 2022) Cities Of The Future: Challenges And Opportunities, 09-10 Feb., 2022, Effat University, Jeddah, KSA,
     

    2021

  11. Mohamed M, Shawesh R. Assessment of Outdoor Thermal Comfort in Hot Arid Zone. Journal of Urban and Environmental Engineering. 2021;15(1):10-23,
  12. Alaa Mahgouba, Yasmine Sabry  Hegazi, Heidi Ahmed Shalaby, and Mady Mohamed, Energy Retrofitting of Heritage Buildings Using Building Information Modeling, ICESA 2021, Second International Conference for Engineering, Sciences and Applications, Theme: Engineering Future to Ensure Sustainability, 22-23 October, 2021, Holiday Inn Cairo Maadi Hotel, Cairo, Egypt, http://icesa-egypt.org/,
  13. Hegazi, Yasmine S., Heidi A. Shalaby, and Mady A.A. Mohamed 2021. "Adaptive Reuse Decisions for Historic Buildings in Relation to Energy Efficiency and Thermal Comfort—Cairo Citadel, a Case Study from Egypt" Sustainability, ISSN / eISSN  2071-1050  ,  13, no. 19: 10531. https://doi.org/10.3390/su131910531
  14. Mohamed, M., Othman, A., Abotalib, A., Majrashi, A., Urban Heat Island Effects on Megacities in Desert Environments Using Spatial Network Analysis and Remote Sensing Data: A Case Study from Western Saudi Arabia, Journal of Remote Sensing, Remote Sens. 2021, 13 (10), 1941, https://doi.org/10.3390/rs13101941 , SI in Understanding Urban Systems Using Remote Sensing,
  15. Mohamed, M. Human Poverty in Rural Communities in Egypt – A Case Study of Al-Sharkia Province, Journal of Sociologia Urbana e Rurale, XLIII, 124, 2021, Pages 33-61, doi: 10.3280/SUR2021-124003, ISSN 0392-4939, ISSNe 1971-8403, 2021; http://digital.casalini.it/10.3280/SUR2021-124003;
  16. Mohamed M., and Shawesh R., Post Occupancy Evaluation of Outdoor Thermal Comfort in Hot Arid Zone, International Journal of Low-Carbon Technologies, DOI: 10.1093/ijlct/ctaa035, https://academic.oup.com/ijlct/advance-article/doi/10.1093/ijlct/ctaa035/5856808, V 16, Issue 1, Pages 50–60, 2021, ISSN 1748-1317, EISSN 1748-1325;

    2020

  17. Mohamed, M., and Shawesh, R., Assessment of Outdoor Thermal Comfort in Hot Arid Zone, _the 5th international conference on Urban Planning for Architectural Design and Sustainable Development, 08, Jul / 10, Jul 2020, Online Conference (In collaboration with University of Florence);
  18. Fathima Shafna Abdul Majeed, Mohammad Shokry, and M. Mohamed, Changing the Urban Foodscape: Gastronomic Center for Food Education and Agrotechnology. Journal of Critical Reviews, 2020. 7(8): p. 215-219, doi: 10.31838/jcr.07.08.44;
  19. Mohamed, M, and Bagader M., “Al-Mangabi Stone" as a Vernacular Construction Material in the Hot Humid Region, International Journal of Engineering Research and Technology. ISSN 0974-3154, Volume 13, Number 6 (2020), pp. 1319-1329, © International Research Publication House. http://www.irphouse.com, http://www.irphouse.com/ijert20/ijertv13n6_33.pdf;
  20. Mohamed, M., and Okasha, R., Green School as a 3D-text book for Environmental Education – Precedent analysis, EAQ, International Journal of Environmental Quality, ISSN 2281-4485, V 39 (2020) Pages:52-71;

    https://eqa.unibo.it/article/view/10340/11092, DOI: 10.6092/issn.2281-4485/10340
  21. Mohamed, M, ElEsawi, W., El-Shafie, M., and AlWaer, H., Sick Neighborhood Syndromes in Hot Dry Climate, the 4th Meamaryat International Conference MIC20, Designing for the Desert, 26-27 February 2020, Jeddah, KSA;

     

    2019

  22. Mohamed M, Atef A, Noureddine Z, Soufiane F, Predicting the limits of the oasis effect as a cooling phenomenon in hot deserts, An applied study on the Sahara oases, (TBPS-2016-0053), Journal of Desert, V 24, Issue 2, Summer and Autumn 2019, Pages 255-266, Print ISSN, 2008-0875, Online ISSN, 475-2345X, https://jdesert.ut.ac.ir/article_76384_d5654b703bf83876fea97282880088dd.pdf;
  23. Mady Mohamed, F. Soufiane, A. Atef, D. Salaheddine, Quantifying the effectiveness of mass proportions and the orientation for buildings on thermal performance in Tebessa, Algeria, presented at the International Conference arth and Environmental Science (ISSN: 1755-1315), Published under licence by IOP Publishing Ltd IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science, Volume 397, issue, 1, pages, doi: https://doi.org/10.1088/1755-1315/397/1/012008, https://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/1755-1315/397/1/012008;
  24. Mady Mohamed (Nov. 7th, 2019). Green Building Rating Systems as Sustainability Assessment Tools: Case Study Analysis, Sustainability Assessment at the 21st century, ISBN: 978-1-78984-977-6, Print ISBN: 978-1-78984-976-9, eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-1-83880-079-6, Editors; María José Bastante-Ceca, Jose Luis Fuentes-Bargues, Levente Hufnagel, Florin-Constantin Mihai and Corneliu Iatu, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.78105. Available from: https://www.intechopen.com/books/sustainability-assessment-at-the-21st-century/green-building-rating-systems-as-sustainability-assessment-tools-case-study-analysis;
  25. Mady Mohamed, Asmaa Ghurab, Smaher Qari, Rozana Alkhzami, Magferah Alasmman, Jawan Hassanan, Human Kinetic Energy, The 2019 International Conference on Emerging and Renewable Energy: Generation and Automation (ICEREGA 2019), 30 October-1 November 2019, Istanbul, Turkey;
  26. Mady Mohamed, Khadijah A. Fatani, and Samah Al-Khateeb, Survey Based Sustainable Socio-Cultural Guidelines for Neighbourhood Design in Jeddah, presented at 4th International Conference on Research Methodology for Built Environment and Engineering 2019, 24–25 April 2019, Chulalongkorn University, Malaysia, and published at the IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science (ISSN: 1755-1315), Published under licence by IOP Publishing Ltd IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science, Volume 385, issue, 1, pages, doi:10.1088/1755-1315/385/1/012050;
  27. Mohamed M, Klingmann, A., and Samir, H., Examining the Thermal performance of Vernacular Houses in Asir Region of Saudi Arabia, 2019, The  Alexandria Engineering Journal, AEJ, Volume 58, Issue 2, June 2019, Pages 419-428, ISSN: 1110-0168, doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.aej.2019.03.004;
  28. Mohamed, M., El-Amin, M., Nayer, A., Mohammed, M., and Felmban, S., Guidelines to utilize the Wind catcher "Malqaf" technique in Jeddah's new residential buildings, 7th annual International conference on Architecture and Civil Engineering  ACE 2019, pages: 255-266, 27-28- May 2019 – Print ISSN: 2301-394X, E-Periodical ISSN: 2301-3958,  Print ISSN: 2301-394X, E-Periodical ISSN: 2301-3958, Global Science and Technology Forum (GSTF), Singapore, http://ace-conference.org/, DOI: 10.5176/2301-394X_ACE19.506; https://re.public.polimi.it/retrieve/handle/11311/1103335/415328/19.%20ACE%20588_Final.pdf ;
  29. Mohamed, M., Saving Energy through Using Green Rating System for Building Commissioning, Energy Procedia (Special Issue on Emerging and Renewable Energy: Generation and Automation), Elsevier, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.egypro.2019.04.038, ISSN: 1876-6102, Volume 162, April 2019, Pages 369-378;
  30. Mohamed, M. and Shawesh, R. Outdoor Thermal Comfort, MIC 19, The 3rd International Memaryat Conference on Architecture, Urban Safety, and Wellbeing, Effat University, KSA, 24 – 25 March 2019;
  31. Mohamed, M. and Nayer, A., On Wind Catcher Integration in Contemporary Buildings in Jeddah, EQA – International Journal of Environmental Quality / Qualité de l'Environnement / Qualità ambientale,, 32 (2019) 01-14, DOI: 10.6092/ISSN: 2281-4485/8240, Online ISSN: 2281-4485, Print ISSN: 2039-9898, Univ Studi Bologna, Italy, 40127;

    2018

  32. Mohamed, M. Alwai, Gh. Ragab, T. Placemaking and Climate Change Adaptation: Rethinking the Place Diagram, The 2nd International Memaryat Conference - Architecture and Urban Resiliency; Effat University 18th -19th April 2018;
  33. Mohamed, M., Beydoun, Z. Refat, A. Jeddah Promenades Design Guidelines, The 2nd International Memaryat Conference - Architecture and Urban Resiliency; Effat University 18th  -19th   April 2018;
  34. Mohamed, M., Al-kesmi, S. AlSurf, M. Framework for successful development of green cities in Saudi Arabia, The 2nd International Memaryat Conference - Architecture and Urban Resiliency; Effat University 18th -19th April 2018.
  35. Mohamed, M. Kilingman, A. Hussien, H. Examining the Potential Values of Vernacular Mud Houses in the Asir Region of Saudi Arabia, the journal of WIT Transaction on the Built Environment, Islamic Heritage Architecture and Art II, Vo., 177, pages: 27-38, 2018, DOI: 10.2495/IHA180031, ISSN 1743-3509, https://www.witpress.com/elibrary/wit-transactions-on-the-built-environment/177/36541;
  36. Mohamed, M. A., Mohammed, M. F., Investigating the environmental performance of the wind catcher in Jeddah,  the journal of WIT Transaction on the Built Environment, Islamic Heritage Architecture and Art II, Vo., 177, pages: 15-26, 2018, DOI: 10.2495/IHA180021, ISSN 1743-3509, https://www.witpress.com/elibrary/wit-transactions-on-the-built-environment/177/36540;
  37. Mohamed M, The mastery of the Takhtabush as a paradigm traditional design element in the hot zone climate, EQA – International Journal of Environmental Quality / Qualité de l'Environnement / Qualità ambientale, 28 (2018) pages: 1-11, DOI: 10.6092/issn.2281-4485/7661/ Online ISSN: 2281-4485, Print ISSN: 2039-9898, Univ Studi Bologna, Italy, 40127, https://eqa.unibo.it/article/view/7661/7469;

     

    2017

  38. Mohamed, M. Integrating the Commissioning Processes into Maintenance and Operation, a poster presented at Saudi Arabia Smart Grid Conference, Hilton Jeddah, 12-14 Dec. 2017.
  39. Mohamed, M. Badokhn, D. Enhancing the Energy performance for Youth Hub and Students Center, a poster presented at Saudi Arabia Smart Grid Conference, Hilton Jeddah, 12-14 Dec. 2017.
  40. M. Mohamed, Using Rating Systems as a guide tool for consultancy in maintenance work, (LEED as a case study) OMAINTEC 2017, The 15th International Operation & Maintenance Conference in the Arab Countries 24-26 Oct. 2017, Vol-1, page 77 - 90.
  41. Mohamed M, Investigating the effect of the Taktabush on the courtyard thermal performance, The 33th International conference (PLEA 2017 Edinburgh), Passive Low Energy Architecture; Design To Thrive, VIII, Pages 5084-5091, PLEA 2017, Proceeding ISBN (978-0-9928957-5-4), Publisher: NCEUB (Network for Comfort and Energy Use in Buildings), 2nd   – 5th  July 2017, Edinburgh, UK;
  42. M. Mohamed, Sh. Abdel-Megeed, and,H Hussein; Influence of Smart technology on IEQ of office Buildings, The 1st Memaryat International Conference MIC 2017; Architecture of the Future, Challenges and Visions, ISBN: 978-9953-591-25-4, Pages: 208, Universal Publisher Co. Publisher & Distributor, Beirut, Lebanon. 18th -20th  April 2017, Effat University, Jeddah, KSA.
  43. M. Mohamed, Thermal Comfort in School Buildings, An investigation study on human thermal comfort at free running classrooms, Scholars' Press ( 2017-10-20 ), No., of pages 292. ISBN-13: 978-3-659-84107-1, ISBN-10: 3659841072. EAN: 9783659841071. Book Language, English.
  44. Mohamed M, Al Khateeb S, Fatani Kh. Sustainable Socio-Cultural Guidelines for Neighborhood Design in Jeddah, presented at the Green Urbanism Conference, 12-14 October, 2016, Italy, and published at the Procedia Environmental Sciences “Green Urbanism", 37 ( 2017 ) 584 – 593 doi: 10.1016/j.proenv.2017.03.045, ISSN 1878-0296, ELSEVIER, https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1878029617300452.       
  45. Mohamed, M., Green Building Rating Systems as a Design Target for Public Building –Case Study Analysis, Progress in Industrial Ecology, An Int. J., Publisher: Inderscience Enterprises Ltd. ISSN:1476-8917. E-ISSN:1478-8764. 2017 Vol.11, No.2, pp.118 – 134, DOI: 10.1504/PIE.2017.088847, https://www.inderscienceonline.com/doi/abs/10.1504/PIE.2017.088847;

     

    2016

  46. Mohamed M, Mansour M, Okasha R.  Green schools as an interactive learning source, Al Azhar University Engineering Sector, JAUES, ISSN: 1110-6409, V 11, No., 40, July 2016, DOI: 10.21608/AUEJ.2016.19401, Page 1091-1100, Index Copernicus Journal;

     2014

  47. Mohamed M., Lessons from the Past to Enhance the Environmental Performance of Primary School Classrooms in Egypt, Environment and Ecology Research ISSN: 2331-625X (Print); ISSN: 2331-6268 (Online); 2 , 221 - 233. doi: 10.13189/eer.2014.020601. Vol. 2(6), pp. 221 - 233, June 2014, Horizon Research Publishing Cooperation, USA;
  48. Mohamed M., Gado T. Investigating the Process of Exporting Autodesk Ecotect Models to Detailed Thermal Simulation Software, Environment and Ecology Research, ISSN: 2331-625X (Print); ISSN: 2331-6268 (Online), 2 , 209 - 220. doi: 10.13189/eer.2014.020504., Vol. 2(5), pp. 209 - 220, May ,2014, Horizon Research Publishing Cooperation, USA;

     2013

  49. Mohamed, M.; Shalaby, H.; El-Menshawy, A. Partnership in Urban Conservation projects; a case study of Egypt in the twentieth century, Engineering Research Journal (137) March 2013, Mataria Engineering Faculty, Helwan University.

    الشراكة في مشروعات الحفاظ العمراني  (حالة دراسية مصر في القرن العشرين)
  50. Mohamed, M.; Abu Elfadle H. Transformable Architecture, A key to Improve stadiums & sports buildings. The First International Engineering Conference Hosting Major International Events Innovation, Creativity and Impact Assessment. Housing &Building National Research Center, Cairo, Egypt from 15-18-01-2013.
  51. Mohamed, M.  An approach to integrate the environmental impact assessment process in the early stages of design. The First International Engineering Conference Hosting Major International Events Innovation, Creativity and Impact Assessment. Housing &Building National Research Center, Cairo, Egypt from 15-18-01-2013.

     

    2012

  52. Mohamed M.; Ecresh A., Measuring and diagnosing the human and urban poverty in some communities of al- Sharkia Governorate, The National Review of Social Science, Volume 49, Number 1, January 2012. Issued by National Centre for Social and Criminological Research, Cairo.

    قياس وتشخيص الفقر البشري والعمراني ببعض توابع إحدى قرى محافظة الشرقية (الدراسة الأولي)

    2010

  53. Mohamed M., M Anwar, S Okasha; Computer aided Design software in site planning, Al-Azhar Engineering Eleventh International conference, 21-23 Dec 2010, Cairo, Egypt

    برامج الحاسب المساعدة في مجال تصميم تنسيق المواقع
  54. Mohamed, M., M. Osman, and T. Gado, Investigating the intelligence of the low-tech earth architecture of the Sahara: A feasibility study from the western desert of Egypt. Intelligent Buildings International (IBI), 2010. V.2: Iss. 3, p. 179-197.
  55. Mohamed, M., Traditional ways of dealing with climate in Egypt, in The Seventh International Conference of Sustainable Architecture and Urban Development (SAUD 2010), S. Lehmann, H.A. Waer, and J. Al-Qawasmi, Editors. 2010, The Center for the Study of Architecture in Arab Region (CSAAR Press): Amman, Jordan. p. 247-266.

     

    2009

  56. Mady Mohamed, July 2009, Investigating the Environmental Performance of Government Primary School in Egypt: with particular concern to thermal comfort, Supervisors: Prof. Simon Unwin and Dr. Tamer Gado, A PhD Thesis submitted to fulfil the degree of the Doctor of Philosophy to Dundee School of Architecture, Dundee University, UK;
  57. Mohamed M., Gado T. Assessment of thermal comfort inside primary governmental classrooms in hot dry climates Part I: A case study from Egypt In: Horner M, Price A, bebbington J, Emmanuel R, editors. SUE-MoT 2009 Second International Conference on Whole Life Urban Sustainability and its Assessment; 2009 22 - 24 April - 2009; Loughborough, UK: Loughborough University; 2009. p. 979 – 990;
  58. Mohamed M., Gado T. Assessment of thermal comfort inside primary governmental classrooms in hot dry climates Part II: A case study from Egypt In: Horner M, Price A, bebbington J, Emmanuel R, editors. SUE-MoT 2009 Second International Conference on Whole Life Urban Sustainability and its Assessment; 2009 22 - 24 April - 2009; Loughborough, UK: Loughborough University; 2009. p. 991 – 1001;

     

    2006

  59. Mohamed M., Gado T, Application of computer based environmental assessment and optimization tools: An approach for appropriating buildings. In: 3rd international conference ArchCairo 2006; 2006 21-23 Feburary 2006; Cairo; 2006, pp 592 – 604;

     2005

  60. Mohamed M., Gado T, Unwin S. The environmental performance of classrooms in Egypt: a case study from El-Minya Governorate. In: The Second Scottish Conference for Postgraduate Researchers of the Built & Environment (PRoBE 2005); 2005; Glasgow Caledonian University; pp. 592 -604; http://www.gcu.ac.uk/16-17/05 probe2005.pdf

     2002

  61. Mady Mohamed, October 2002, Sustainable Urban Development of Sinai Peninsula, M.Sc. in Architectural Engineering (Full time), a thesis submitted to fulfile the degree of master of Science in Architecture, Architectural Engineering department, Faculty of Engineering, El-Minya University, Egypt, Supervisor: Prof. Mahmoud Noffal, Dr. Ossam Mohamed, and Dr. Mohamed Nabawe, AlMinya University, 2002;
  62. Mohamed M., Nabawe M, Essam Abdalziz, and Noffal M, A proposal for north of Sinai comprehensive development policies, The 2nd Minia international conference for advanced trends in engineering, April 7-9, 2002, vol. I “P. 2-5";

    مقترح لسياسات التنمية الشامله بشمال سيناء



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