Alaa Taqi Al-Isawi ( Assistant Lecturer )
Faculty of Physical Planning -
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Alaa Al-Isawi is a PhD Student in University of Brunel London, civil engineering department. He was a Head of Environmental Planning department and Lecturer in faculty of Physical planning. He completed his MSc. Degree into Civil engineering (Numerical analysis, FEM, for Shell Construction) at the University of Technology in Bagdad. He started PhD studies into Soil structure interaction of high-rise buildings under earthquake) at Brunel University in 2015. Education and Qualifications: PhD Researcher Civil Engineering. Brunel University. Master of Science (MSc) Civil Engineering. University of Technology, Baghdad, Iraq B.Sc. Civil Engineering. Babylon University, Iraq Lecturer at the Faculty of Physical Planning. Head of Department of Environmental planning Courses attended • Geotechnical-Environmental Analysis. • Earthquake Effects on Building’s design. • Planning and Design of Infrastructure. • Project Management Engineering. • Creativity How to find creative solutions. • Qualitative Research Methods: Researching Beneath the Surface – Ethnography • Cero 3 Software. • ABAQUS Software. • Solid work Software. • LaTeX System • SPSS Software • Project Management by using (BIM procedure) • Designing posters. • Finding Standards. • Oral presentations. • Professional Connections. • REF works software. • Technical Writing. Research interests • Analysis and design of different types of buildings. • Analysis and design of shell foundations. • Analysis and Design the building against effects of earthquakes. • Soil structure interaction study. • Analysis and design of piles. • Design of the high rise building against effects of earthquakes. • Solution of groundwater problems during and after construction (lowering and dewatering of the groundwater). • Soil investigation and giving all recommendations, (field and laboratory). • Finite Element Method and its Applications in civil Engineering and Finite element analysis of concrete structures. • Analysis and design of shell structure. • Using of (ANSYS) program in civil engineering applications • Earthquakes research