Dr Mohammed Adel Abdelmegid

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Professional Teaching Fellow

Biography

I am a Professional Teaching Fellow at the Graduate School of Engineering, mainly involved in engineering management-related courses. In addition to teaching and supervision of masters students, part of my role is to manage industry collaboration with the Graduate School of Engineering with a focus on maximising engagement through masters research projects. 

I finished my PhD in Construction Management in July 2020 at the University of Auckland. Before PhD, and while doing a master's degree part-time, I worked for seven years as a structural and construction engineer in a number of major projects such as the Hilton King's Ranch Hotel in Egypt and the Holy Mosque of Mecca in Saudi Arabia. I am an active member of the Project Management Institute (PMI) and a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) and Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP). 

Research | Current

  • PhD research in construction management.
  • Other areas of interest include operations research, productivity improvement, IT in engineering management, and knowledge management in engineering projects. 

Teaching | Current

  • CIVIL 716: Engineering Risk Management (2021)
  • CIVIL 791: Construction Management (2019-2021)
  • CIVIL 707: Construction Supply Chain Management (2019-2021) 
  • CIVIL 790: Civil Engineering Administration (2019-2020)
  • CIVIL 704: Advanced Topics in Project Management (2019-2020)
  • ENGGEN 769: Research Methods for Engineers (2020)

Postgraduate supervision

Taught Masters Projects:

  1. Ling Meng - An Improved BIM Coordination Process for Building Services Engineering in New Zealand (2020)
  2. Natalie Porter - Corporate Social Responsibility in the Aviation Industry: A Comparative Study of Leading Aviation Manufacturers (2020)
  3. Omar Hasan Kandoth - Inventory Management Optimisation Aided by a Feasibility Study of Enterprise Resource Planning System (2020)
  4. Anil Pillai -  Process Mapping of Sampling Operation and Optimisation Using Lean Principles (2020)
  5. Paulo Roberto de Araújo Façanha - Process Optimisation in Engineering Projects: Lessons From Two Case Studies (2020)
  6. Jie Qin - The Identification and Management of Intellectual Property: Delivering Value to Small and Medium-Size New Zealand Technology Business (2020) 
  7. Yongfeng Lin - Using Resilience Concepts to Improve Construction Health and Safety Management Planning (2020)
  8. Swathy Sudharman - A Construction management model by integrating BIM with the PMBOK (2020)
  9. Tuputa Uliate - A study of five Contract types in Civil and Structural Construction Projects, and their effectiveness for Developing Countries – Pacific Islands (2020)
  10. Khan Muhammad - An exploratory study on the reasons of failure of ICT projects (2020)
  11. Kishore Kumar Ganesan -  Challenges of Implementing Enterprise Resource Planning Systems to Small & Medium-Sized Enterprises (2020)
  12. Liam Steve Nelson - Valued Workforce and People Development Practices: An assessment of the state of industry in NZ (2020)
  13. Sarang Pathak - Critical Success Factors of Customer Relationship Management (CRM) for a Medium Enterprise in New Zealand (2020) 
  14. Navdeep Singh Saini - A Comparative Lifecycle Analysis of the Future of Automotive Fuel: Battery Electric or Hydrogen Fuel Cell? (2020)
  15. Mudassar Mulla - Effective Utilisation of 5S Techniques in the Manufacturing Industry (2020)

Responsibilities

Programme Director of the Master of Engineering Project Management

Selected publications and creative works (Research Outputs)

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  • Abdelmegid, M. A., González VA, O'Sullivan M, Walker, C. G., Poshdar, M., & Ying, F. (2020). The roles of conceptual modelling in improving construction simulation studies: A comprehensive review. Advanced Engineering Informatics, 46.10.1016/j.aei.2020.101175
    Other University of Auckland co-authors: Michael O'Sullivan, Cameron Walker, Vicente Gonzalez
  • Abdelmegid, M. A., Gonzalez, V. A., Poshdar, M., O'Sullivan M, Walker, C. G., & Ying, F. (2020). Barriers to adopting simulation modelling in construction industry. AUTOMATION IN CONSTRUCTION, 11110.1016/j.autcon.2019.103046
    Other University of Auckland co-authors: Vicente Gonzalez, Michael O'Sullivan, Cameron Walker
  • Abdelmegid, M. A., González VA, O'Sullivan M, Walker, C. G., Poshdar, M., & Alarcón LF (2020). Establishing a link between the last planner system and simulation: A conceptual framework. 27th Annual Conference of the International Group for Lean Construction, IGLC 2019. 10.24928/2019/0200
    Other University of Auckland co-authors: Cameron Walker, Michael O'Sullivan, Vicente Gonzalez
  • Abdelmegid, M. A., Naraghi, A. M., Gonzalez, V., O sullivan, M., Walker, C. G., Poshdar, M., & Ying, F. (2018). A simulation decision-making support tool to manage construction site operations: A piling case study. Proceedings of International Conference on Computers and Industrial Engineering, CIE.
    Other University of Auckland co-authors: Vicente Gonzalez, Cameron Walker, Michael O'Sullivan
  • Abdelmegid, M. A., Gonzalez, V. A., Naraghi, A. M., O'Sullivan M, Walker, C. G., & Poshdar, M. (2017). TOWARDS A CONCEPTUAL MODELING FRAMEWORK FOR CONSTRUCTION SIMULATION. Paper presented at Winter Simulation Conference (WSC), Las Vegas, NV. 3 December - 6 December 2017. 2017 WINTER SIMULATION CONFERENCE (WSC). (pp. 12).
    Other University of Auckland co-authors: Vicente Gonzalez, Michael O'Sullivan, Cameron Walker
  • Abdelmegid, M. A., Shawki, K. M., & Abdel-Khalek, H. (2015). GA optimization model for solving tower crane location problem in construction sites. Alexandria Engineering Journal, 54 (3), 519-526. 10.1016/j.aej.2015.05.011

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CONFERENCE CENTRE BUILDING - Bldg 423
Level 2, Room 273
22 SYMONDS ST
AUCKLAND CENTRAL
AUCKLAND 1010
New Zealand

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