Dr Mohamed Abdel-Wahab
Dr Mohamed Abdel-Wahab
Senior Lecturer in Engineering Management , University of the West of Scotland
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Musculoskeletal disorders in construction: A review and a novel system for activity tracking with body area network
E Valero, A Sivanathan, F Bosché, M Abdel-Wahab
Applied ergonomics 54, 120-130, 2016
Trends of productivity growth in the construction industry across Europe, US and Japan
M Abdel-Wahab, B Vogl
Construction management and economics 29 (6), 635-644, 2011
Analysis of construction trade worker body motions using a wearable and wireless motion sensor network
E Valero, A Sivanathan, F Bosché, M Abdel-Wahab
Automation in Construction 83, 48-55, 2017
Trends of skills and productivity in the UK construction industry
MS Abdel‐Wahab, ARJ Dainty, SG Ison, P Bowen, G Hazlehurst
Engineering, Construction and Architectural Management 15 (4), 372-382, 2008
Towards a mixed reality system for construction trade training
F Bosché, M Abdel-Wahab, L Carozza
Journal of Computing in Civil Engineering 30 (2), 04015016, 2016
Measuring the construction industry’s productivity performance: Critique of international productivity comparisons at industry level
B Vogl, M Abdel-Wahab
Journal of construction engineering and management 141 (4), 04014085, 2015
Modelling the performance of wind–hydrogen energy systems: Case study the Hydrogen Office in Scotland/UK
L Valverde-Isorna, D Ali, D Hogg, M Abdel-Wahab
Renewable and sustainable energy reviews 53, 1313-1332, 2016
Building low CO2 solutions to the vehicle routing problem with Time Windows using an evolutionary algorithm
N Urquhart, E Hart, C Scott
IEEE Congress on Evolutionary Computation, 1-6, 2010
Rethinking apprenticeship training in the British construction industry
M Abdel-Wahab
Journal of Vocational Education & Training 64 (2), 145-154, 2012
Image-based localization for an indoor VR/AR construction training system
L Carozza, F Bosché, M Abdel-Wahab
13th International Conference on Construction Applications of Virtual Reality, 2013
An exploration of the relationship between training grants and profitability of UK construction companies
M Abdel‐Wahab, ARJ Dainty, SG Ison, G Hazlehurst
International Journal of Training and Development 12 (3), 188-205, 2008
Towards a cyber-physical gaming system for training in the construction and engineering industry
A Sivanathan, M Abdel-Wahab, F Bosche, T Lim
International Design Engineering Technical Conferences and Computers and …, 2014
A technical evaluation of Wind-Hydrogen (WH) demonstration projects in Europe
L Valverde, D Ali, M Abdel-Wahab, J Guerra, DF Hogg
4th International Conference on Power Engineering, Energy and Electrical …, 2013
Towards a digitised process-wheel for historic building repair and maintenance projects in Scotland
S McGibbon, M Abdel-Wahab, M Sun
Journal of Cultural Heritage Management and Sustainable Development 8 (4 …, 2018
A conceptual framework for the evaluation of fuel-cell energy systems in the UK built environment
M Abdel-Wahab, D Ali
International journal of green energy 10 (2), 137-150, 2013
Skills development for retrofitting a historic listed building in Scotland
M Abdel-Wahab, A Bennadji
International journal of low-carbon technologies 10 (4), 347-353, 2015
A review of the case of a Levy‐Grant Scheme (LGS) in the UK construction industry
M Abdel‐Wahab, A Dainty, S Ison
Journal of Vocational Education and Training 62 (3), 273-283, 2010
Productivity, skills, and training: a problem of definition?
MS Abdel-Wahab, ARJ Dainty, SG Ison, L Bryer, G Hazlehurst
Proceedings of the Second Scottish Conference for Postgraduate Researchers …, 2005
An immersive hybrid reality system for construction training
L Carozza, FN Bosche, MS Abdel-Wahab
International Conference on Construction Applications of Virtual Reality, 1-10, 2015
Robust 6-DOF immersive navigation using commodity hardware
L Carozza, F Bosché, M Abdel-Wahab
Proceedings of the 20th ACM symposium on virtual reality software and …, 2014
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