Samy Elbialy

Dr. Samy Elbialy

Assistant Professor

Architecture Engineering & Design

 

Email: s.bialy@ku.edu.bh

  • Ph.D. in Civil Engineering (Remote Sensing & GIS) from Dresden University of Technology, GERMANY.
  • M.Sc. of Science in Civil Engineering, College of Engineering, Helwan University, Egypt.
  • B.Sc. of Science in Civil Engineering College of Engineering, Helwan University, Egypt.
  • Sep. 2014 - Present: Asst. Prof. at the Department of Architectural Engineering, College of Architecture Engineering and Design, Kingdom University, KINGDOM OF BAHRAIN
  • Sep. 2012- Jul. 2014: Chairman of the Department of Civil Engineering, College of Engineering, Gulf University, KINGDOM OF BAHRAIN
  • Sep. 2012- Jul. 2014: Asst. Prof. at the Department of Civil Engineering, College of Engineering, Gulf University, KINGDOM OF BAHRAIN
  • June 2011 – Present (in vacation): Asst. Prof. at the Civil Engineering Department, Faculty of Engineering Elmataria- Helwan University, EGYPT
  • Elbialy. S, (2017). GIS- based spatial analysis of school distribution in residential areas. The 8th "International Conference on New Horizons in Education", 17-19 July 2017, Berlin, Germany (paper code, 107334).
  • Elbialy. S, Mahmoud, A., Pradhan, B. & Buchroithner, M. (2014). Application of Space-borne SAR data for the extraction of soil moisture and its use in hydrological modelling in GIS: a case study of Gottleuba Catchment, Saxony, Germany. Accepted manuscript online, 1 Feb. 2013 "Journal of Flood Risk Management ".
  • Mahmoud, A., Elbialy. S., Pradhan, B. & Buchroithner, M. (2011). Field-based landcover classification using TerraSAR-X texture analysis. Volume 48, Issue 5, Pages 799-805, Journal of Advances in Space Research.
  • Application of Space-borne SAR data for the extraction of soil moisture and its use in hydrological modelling in GIS: a case study of Gottleuba Catchment, Saxony, Germany. 38th Scientific Assembly of the Committee on Space Research (COSPAR), 18-25 July 2010. Bremen, Germany.
  • An integrated hydrological modelling approach for flood forecasting using GIS: An example of Gottleuba catchment, Saxony, Germany. European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2010. Vienna, Austria, 02 – 07 May 2010.
  • Field-based landcover classification using TerraSAR-X data: A new dimension. 3rd Workshop of the EARSeL SIG on Land Use and Land Cover, 25 – 27 November 2009, Bon, Germany.

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