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Ahmed Badr Mabrouk

Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering

School of Engineering


Ph.D., Civil Engineering, Queen's University, Canada
M.Sc., Civil Engineering, Cairo University, Egypt
B.Sc., Civil Engineering, Cairo University, Egypt


Ahmed Badr Mabrouk
Dr. Mabrouk is an Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering at the American University in Dubai since Fall 2017. His expertise is in the geotechnical engineering domain with interests in numerical analysis, forensic engineering, geoenvironmental engineering and sustainable development. He published many journal and conference papers.


Prior to joining AUD, Dr. Mabrouk's experience includes engineering consulting for a number of geotechnical companies in Canada working on a variety of applications including geohazard assessment and mitigation, slope stability, infrastructures and oil sand. He is a licensed professional engineer (P.Eng.) in Canada.


Dr. Mabrouk is an active member of many sustainable development NGOs in Egypt and an alumni member of Youth Encounter on Sustainability (YES) move by ETH Zurich University. He was awarded the prestigious "Robert Mitchell Prize for leadership" by Queen's University in 2010.


Teaching Interests

Geotechnical Engineering I (Soil Mechanics)
Geotechnical Engineering II
Sustainable Engineering
Engineering Materials

Research Interests

Numerical Analysis in Geotechnical Engineering
Forensic Engineering
Behavior of Gassy Soil
Sustainable Development
Energy/Geothermal Piles