Mohamed Abdel Kader El Gelany Ismail
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Prof. Mohamed Abdel Kader El Gelany Ismail, PhD, P. Eng.

Department of Civil Engineering

Henan University, China


Educational Accomplishments:

  • PhD in Civil Engineering, 2003

    Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. Title of Doctoral Dissertation, “Corrosion of Reinforcement - An Application of Concrete Technology from Theory to Practice”.

  • M. Sc. in Civil Engineering, 1996

    Alexandria University, Alexandria, Egypt, Title of the thesis, “Corrosion of Steel Reinforcement in Concrete".

  • Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, 1991

    Alexandria University, Alexandria, Egypt, Title of the Undergraduate Thesis, “Effect of Admixtures on Concrete Properties”.

  Professional Experiences:


  • Professor at Dept. of Civil Engineering, Miami College of Henan University, Kaifeng, Henan, China since Oct. 2018.

  • Associate Professor at Dept. of Civil and Construction Engineering, Faculty of Engineering and Science, Curtin University Sarawak, Miri, Malaysia from Oct. 2015 to Sept. 2018..

  • Research Professor at School of Architecture and Architectural Engineering, College of Engineering, Hanyang University, Erica Campus, Ansan, South Korea from December 2013 To September 2015. Courses taught: Building Materials, Advanced Building Materials and Numerical Analysis of Building Materials and Construction method. Research included but not limited to Concrete Durability, Corrosion Sensors, Smart Materials, Structures Rehabilitation and LCCA.

  • Professor at Seneca College of Applied Arts and Technology, Toronto (Partial Load) starting from Jan 2011 till Dec. 2011. Courses taught: Construction Technology, Engineering and Environmental Principles and Theories, Reinforced Concrete Design and Construction Management.

  • Instructor and Research Associate at Ryerson University, Toronto starting from Sept. 2010 to Dec. 2011. Courses taught: CV 8309 “Advanced Concrete Technology” for graduate students for winter semester, CVL 533 “Concrete Materials” for Fall Semester besides participation in the research in Structures and Materials at Civil Eng. Dept.

  • Visiting Associate Professor at University of British Columbia at Okanagan (UBCO) from June till August 2010 at Faculty of Engineering. Project to develop a road performance index using a Bayesian Belief network mode was accomplished.

  • Associate Professor, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Structures and Materials Dept., UTM, Malaysia [April 2006 till June 2010]. Courses taught: Concrete Technology, Civil Engineering Materials for undergraduate students and Advanced Concrete Technology for Master students, and Concrete Laboratory. Research projects include Corrosion; Polymer Modified Concrete, Palm Oil Fiber in Concrete and Non-Destructive Testing (NDT).

  • Research Associate, Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Univ. of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada [Jan. 2006 to March 2006]. Project funded by Cement Association of Canada to create a database for High Performance Concrete (HPC) used in bridges all over Canada was accomplished. The project aimed at establishing an easy tool to get the necessary information about HPC for research and industry.

  • Post-Doctoral Fellow, Elasto-dynamics laboratory, Graduate School of Science and Technology, Kumamoto University, Kumamoto, Japan. [Nov. 2003 to December 2005]. A research project to study the corrosion of steel reinforcement in concrete by means of Non- Destructive Testing (NDT) such as linear polarization, Tafel plot, AC Impedance Spectroscopy, Acoustic Emission (AE), Mini-Sensors, and Boundary Element Method (BEM) was accomplished.

    -   Research Associate, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada [October 2001 through April 2003]. A project to study the effectiveness of repair methods for bridge decks in Alberta was accomplished. It was a joint project between University of Alberta and Earth Tech. Canada for Alberta Transportation.

  • Research Scholar, Division of Construction Technology and Construction Management, School of Civil and Structural Engineering, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. [September 1997 through September 2001].

  • Teaching Assistant, Faculty of Engineering, Alexandria University, Alexandria, Egypt. [1993 to May 1995]. Course taught: Testing and Properties of Materials.



    -   Senior Structural Engineer at Amec Americas in Calgary from Jan. 2012 to Nov. 2013. I was involved in two projects:

    Kearl Project (IORVL): The scope includes the design of Steam Turbine generator foundation (STG). The design involves dynamic and static analysis for massive steam turbine. Other assignments include miscellaneous foundations around this STG; preparation of MTO’s and reviews of shop drawings.

    BDR project (Sunshine Oil sands): Design pipe racks, tank foundations and miscellaneous structures for a SAGD Project.

  • Project Engineer, EBA Engineering Consultants ltd., Canada, [May 2003 through October 2003]. Tasks were mix design, concrete testing in laboratory and onsite inspection, writing professional reports about concrete problems like sideways and house parking. Many assessments of concrete for private houses in Edmonton and surrounded areas were done. Another task of running tests on floor leveling in Yellowknife and also few tests on pavement in Edmonton areas was accomplished.

  • Civil/ Site Engineer and Designer, Shore Protection Authority (S.P.A.), Alexandria, Egypt. [1994 through August 1997].

  • Quality Control Engineer, El-Nemr Contractors (NC), Cairo, Egypt. [1991 to 1993].



  • Nanyang Technological University (NTU) Singapore: NTU doctoral scholarship awarded in Sept. 1997.

  • Japanese Society for Promotion of Science (JSPS): JSPS postdoctoral fellowship at Kumamoto University-Japan awarded from Nov. 2003 till Nov. 2005.

  • Visiting fellow at Canadian laboratories (VF): awarded by National Research Council of Canada (NSERC) for years 2005 and 2006.

    Professional Membership:

  • Association of Professional Engineers, Geologists and Geophysicists of Alberta (APEGA).

  • American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE).

  • Asian Concrete Federation (ACF)

  • International Committee on Concrete Model Code for Asia (ICCMC)

  • Egyptian Engineers Syndicate (EES).


    Journal reviewer of:

    - Alexandria Engineering Journal (AEJ).

  • British Journal of Applied Science & Technology.

  • Concrete and Computing Journal.

  • Construction and Building Materials.

  • International Journal of Fracture.

  • Journal of Civil Engineering and Construction Technology (JCECT).

  • Jurnal Teknology, UTM, Malaysia.

  • Korean Society of Civil Engineering (KSCE)

  • Malaysian Journal of Civil Engineering (MJCE).

  • Materials and Structures.

  • Metals.

  • The Open Construction and Building Technology.

  • Journal of Engineering, UKM, Malaysia.

  • Journal of Cleaner Production.


      Editor-in-chief of Challenge Journal of Concrete Research Letters (CJCRL)



     Travel, Cycling, and Reading.



     Prof. Ismail has published more than 120 papers in refereed International journals and conferences. He also published 6 books. Below is the latest publications in 2018.


  • Journal Articles (Research)

  • Mohammed Seddik Meddah, Mohamed A. Ismail, Sherif El-Gamal, Heni Fitriani (2018). “Performances evaluation of binary concrete designed with silica fume and metakaolin”. Construction and Building Materials 166, 400-412,

  • Hyun-Min Yang, Han-Seung Lee, Keun-Hyeok Yang, Mohamed A. Ismail, Seung-Jun Kwon (2018). “Time and cold joint effect on chloride diffusion in concrete containing GGBFS under various loading conditions”. Construction and Building Materials 167, 739-748,

  • Han-Seung Lee, Seung-Jun Kwon, Jitendra Kumar Singh, Mohamed A. Ismail (2018). “Influence of Zn and Mg Alloying on the Corrosion Resistance Properties of Al Coating  Applied by Arc Thermal Spray Process in Simulated Weather Solution”. Acta Metallurgica Sinica,

  • Han-Seung Lee, Jin-ho Park, Jitendra Kumar Singh and Mohamed A. Ismail (2018). “Deposition of coating to protect waste water reservoir in acidic solution by arc thermal spray process”. Advances in Materials Science and Engineering, Vol. 2018, Article ID 4050175, 13 pages, 2018. doi:10.1155/2018/4050175.


    Conference Articles (Research)

  • Wan Nur Firdaus Wan Hassan, Mohamed A. Ismail, Han-Seung Lee, Mohd Warid Hussin, Mohammad Ismail, (2018). “Short Term Investigation on Palm Oil Fuel Ash from Different Sources as Supplementary Cementitious Material,” In DuraBI 2018, 10-12 Jan., Miri, Sarawak, Malaysia.

  • Habeeb Lateef Muttashar, Mohd Warid Hussin, Mohd Azreen Mohd, Mohamed A. Ismail, Han-Seung Lee, (2018). “Durability Performance of Self-Compacting Geopolymer Concrete using Garnet as Sand Replacement,” In DuraBI 2018, 10-12 Jan., Miri, Sarawak, Malaysia.

  • Nor Hasanah Abdul Shukor Lim, Mostafa Samadi, Nur Farhayu Ariffin, Mohd Warid Hussin, Abdul Rahman Mohd. Sam, Mohamed A. Ismail, Han Seung Lee, Mohd Azreen Moh Ariffin, (2018). “Resistance of Mortar Using High Volume Oil Palm Biomass Waste against Sulphate Attack,” In DuraBI 2018, 10-12 Jan., Miri, Sarawak, Malaysia.

  • Nur Farhayu Ariffin1, Nor Hasanah Abdul Shukor Lim, Muhammad Aamer Rafique Bhutta, Mohd Warid Hussin, Khairunisa Muthusamy, Mohd Faizal Md. Jaafar, Mostafa Samadi, Mohammed A. Ismail, Han Seung Lee, (2018). “Heat Resistance of Geopolymer Mortars Using Waste Blended Ash,” In DuraBI 2018, 10-12 Jan., Miri, Sarawak, Malaysia.

  • Shafiq Ishak, Mohd Azreen Mohd Ariffin, Nor Hasanah Abdul Shukor Lim, Mohd Warid Hussin, Han-Seung Lee, Mohamed Ismail, (2018). “Characterization of Bamboo Ash in Geopolymer Concrete,” In DuraBI 2018, 10-12 Jan., Miri, Sarawak, Malaysia.

  • Dinie Awalluddin, Mohd Azreen Mohd Ariffin, Mohd Hanim Osman, Mohd Warid Hussin, Mohamed A. Ismail, Han-Seung Lee, and Nor Hasanah Abdul Shukor Lim, (2018). “Strength Properties of Preservatives Treated Bamboo,” In DuraBI 2018, 10-12 Jan., Miri, Sarawak, Malaysia.

  • Nor Hasanah Abdul Shukor Lim, Mostafa Samadi, Abdul Rahman Mohd. Sam, Nur Hafizah Abd Khalid, Noor Nabilah Sarbini, Nur Farhayu Ariffin, Mohd Warid Hussin, and Mohammed A. Ismail, (2018). “Drying Shrinkage of Mortar Incorporating High Volume Oil Palm Biomass Waste,” E3S Web of Conferences 34, 01008 (2018),



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