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تحميل الدليل التدريبي

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MUSAAD ABDULLAH AL-MOSAIND, PH.D

Assocaite Professor

General Supervisor, General Adminstraion for Operation & Supporting Services

 

Department of Urban Planning College of Architecture & Planning

PO Box 2454                                                   King Saud University

Riyadh 11451, Saudi Arabia                  Phone (w):         (966-1) 467-7678

E-mail: almosaind@yahoo.com             Fax (w):           (966-1) 467-7684

Phone (mobile): (966-0505) 458-234   Fax (H):           (966-1) 489-2489

 

 

EDUCATION

 

            Doctor of Philosophy in Urban Studies, Portland State University, 1993.

Department of Urban Studies and Planning, School of Urban and Public Affairs.

Examination Fields: Land Use and Transportation Planning, Land Use and Transportation Interaction Methods, Growth Management Techniques and Methods.

 

            Master of Urban Studies, Portland State University, 1992.

Department of Urban Studies and Planning, School of Urban and Public Affairs.

Examination Fields: Land Use and Transportation and Research Methods.

 

            Master of City Planning, Georgia Inst. of Technology, 1988.

City Planning Program, School of Architecture.

Thesis Title: The Physical Boundaries of The Saudi Cities.

 

            Bachelor of Architecture, King Saud University, 1985.

Department of Architecture, School of Architecture and Planning.

Graduation Project: King Fahad Public Library: A Re-Design. Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

 

 

DISSERTATION

 

            Cities and Automobile Dependence: An Empirical Examination of Density and Automobile Dependence Relationship and Their Underlying Factors.

Committee: Dr. Kenneth J. Dueker (Chair), Dr. James Strathman, Dr. Nohad Toulan, Dr. Seymour Adler, Dr. Thomas Harvey.

 

FIELDS OF STUDY

 

            Primary Fields: Transportation and Land Use Planning, Growth Management, Infrastructure Planning Urban Design, Architectural Design.

 

            Secondary Fields: Research Methods and Data Analysis, Geographic Information Systems, Urban Economics, Urban Land Use and Transportation Models.

 

 

ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS

 

 King Saud University, General Supervisor,

Operation and Supporting Services’ General Adminstration, 2007 till now.

Municipality of Diriyah, Mayor, 2002-2006.

King Saud University, College of Architecture and Planning.

Associate Professor, December 1999.

King Saud University, College of Architecture and Planning.

Chairman, Dept. of Urban Planning, 1999-2001.

King Saud University, College of Architecture and Planning.

Assistant Professor, 1994-1999.

 

Portland State University, Department of Urban Studies and Planning.

Instructor, spring 1993.

                                   

King Saud University, College of Architecture and Planning.

Teaching Assistant, 1985-1993.

 

 

TEACHING & ACADEMIC EXPERIENCES

 

Portland State University, Department of Urban Studies and Planning, spring 1993.

Instructor: Course Taught: Transportation in World Cities.

 

King Saud University, College of Architecture and Planning, Department of Urban Planning, 1985-1986.

Teaching Assistant: Course Taught: Urban Design Studio.

 

King Saud University, College of Architecture and Planning, Department of Urban                     Planning, January 1994- till now.

Assistant & Associate Professor, Courses Taught:        

Urban Infrastructure Planning

Graduation Project Studios

Planning & Urban Design Studios

Research Methods in Planning

Research Seminar (Graduate)

Land Use & Transportation (Graduate)

 

King Saud University, College of Architecture and Planning, Department of Urban                     Planning, Master’s Thesis Supervision:

Urban Growth Limits in Saudi Arabia, 1998 (secondary);

Pedestrian Movements within Neighborhoods, 2000;

The Effect of Services’ Provision on Tourism in Jeddah, 2004.

The Role of Communiity Centers in enhancing social Relationships within Neighborhoods, 2007.

 

Arab Urban Development Institute, Scientific Committee, Chairman:

Squatter Settlements Symposium, Meknas, Morocco, 1998.

       

Arab Urban Development Institute, Scientific Committee, Member:

 

City Centers Symposium, Aleppo, 1998.

 

New Towns’ Symposium, Agadir, Morocco, 1999.

 

Symposium for Strategic Development in Arab Cities, Riyadh, 2000.5th General Assembly of Arab Town Organization, Kuwait, 2000.

Urban Heritage in Arab Cities Symposium, Hemes, 2001.

Future Cities Symposium, Riyadh, 2001.

Children and the City, Amman, 2002   

           

PUBLICATIONS AND MANUSCRIPTS

 

The Physical Boundaries of the Saudi Cities.  Master’s Thesis, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia, August 1988.

 

Urban Traffic Congestion: Causes, Consequences and Solutions.  A Paper submitted to the Department of Urban Studies and Planning, Portland State University, June 1991.

 

Light Rail Transit and Property Values: A Hedonic Price Approach.  Center of Urban Studies, Portland State University, 1992.

 

Light Rail Transit and Property Values: A Hedonic Price Approach.  A Paper published in Transportation Research Record, Transportation Research Board.  Washington, D.C. November 1993 (Co-authors: K. Dueker and J. Strathman).

 

King Abdul Aziz Univ. Journal, Dealing with Traffic Congestion: The Land Use Alternative. Engineering Edition, 1998.

 

Attitudes Towards Freeway Traffic Congestion in Riyadh: Policy Implications, Transport Geography Journal, 1999.

 

Land Uses and Pedestrian Movements in Meena, Saudi Arabia. Haj Research Center, Um-al-Qura University, 1997 (Arabic).

 

Preserving Transport Sector Investments in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Through National Strategies, The Kingdom in 100 Years Conference: Riyadh, 1999 (Arabic).

 

Riyadh over 100 Years: Transportation Systems Chapter, Al-Turath Est.: Riyadh, 1999 (Arabic).

 

Riyadh over 100 Years: Development Strategies Chapter, Al-Turath Est.: Riyadh, 1999 (Arabic).

 

Preserving Quality of Life in Riyadh by Changing Travel Patterns, 2nd World Congress for Quality of Life in Cities: Singapore, 2000.

 

The Effect of Changes in Land Use on Travel Patterns in Riyadh, The 1st World Planning Schools’ Congress: Shanghai, 2001.

 

CONFERENCES AND PUBLIC PRESENTATIONS

 

Property Values and Light Rail Transit Stations Impacts.  A Paper presented in Urban Economics and Policy Seminar. Portland State University, November 1992.

 

Light Rail Transit Stations and Property Values: A Hedonic Price Approach.  Transportation Research Board Conference, Washington, D.C., January 1993.

 

Population Density and Automobile Dependence: A Simultaneous Effect.  A Special Seminar, Portland State University, December 1993.

 

Transportation Network and City Planning. A Symposium at the Saudi Umran Society, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, May 1995.

 

Dealing with Traffic Congestion: The Land Use Alternative.  A paper presented at the Fourth Saudi Engineering Conference, King Abdul Aziz University, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, November 1995.

 

Transportation System in Riyadh, Transport Seminar: MEDSTAR[1], 1997.

 

Vision for the Transportation Sector in Riyadh, Vision Seminar: MEDSTAR, 1998.

 

Preserving Transport Sector Investments in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Through National Strategies, The Kingdom in 100 Years Conference: Riyadh, February 1999.

 

Land Uses and Pedestrian Movements in Meena, Saudi Arabia. 1st Scientific Conference on Haj Research, Haj Research Center, Um-al-Qura University: Makkah, April 2000.

 

The Effect of Changes in Land Use on Travel Patterns in Riyadh, The 1st World Planning Schools’ Congress: Shanghai, July 2001.

 

Transport and Urban Development: A Historical Perspective, International Federation of Housing Policies Seniors’ Seminar, Porovoo, Finland, 2001.

 

Transportation System Development for the Holy Cities, International Symposium on King Fahad’s Achievements in 20 Years, Riyadh, 2001.

 

Towards A comprehensive Approach in Traffic Management for Arriyadh, Traffic Management Workshop, Riyadh, 2002.

 

Session Chairman:

·        Arab Cities’ Development: 4th General Assembly of Arab Town Organization: Tunisia, 1995.

·        Closing Session for Squatter Settlements Symposium, Meknas, Morocco, 1998.

·        Characteristics of Arab New Towns, New Towns’ Symposium, Agadir, Morocco, 1999.

·        Strategies for the Development of Arab Cities, Symposium for Strategic development in Arab Cities, Riyadh, 2000.       

·        Development of Public Transport in Riyadh, Public Transport Symposium, Riyadh, 2000.

·        Riyadh’s Housing Policies Workshop, Housing Symposium, Riyadh, 2001.

·        Cities and Transport, The 1st World Planning Schools’ Congress: Shanghai, July 2001.

 

 

 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCES

 

Consultant (Part-time), The High Commission for the Development of Arriyadh, 1996- till now.

 

Member, Evaluation Committee, Work Proposals of International Consultant Firms for MEDSTAR Project, 1996.

 

Member, Phase I Inception Report Committee, MEDSTAR, 1997.

 

Team Leader & Author-Editor, The Transportation Deliverable, MEDSTAR; Phase I, 1997.

 

Co-author, Conclusions & Recommendations’ (Final) Report, MEDSTAR; Phase I, 1998.

 

Team Leader & Author-Editor, Phase II Inception Report, MEDSTAR; Phase II, 1998.

 

Team Leader & Author, Goals & Objectives’ Task, MEDSTAR; Phase II, 1998.

 

Consultant (Part-time), MEDSTAR Phase II, 1998-2000.

 

Consultant (Semi-Full time), MEDSTAR Phase III (Metropolitan Planning Tasks), 2001- till now.

 

Cooperative (Technical Supervisor), Protecting Sensitive Tourist Sites from Urban Sprawl Project, High Supreme for Tourism, 2001 - till now.

 

Principal Designer, Land Subdivision Projects:

            100 Ha. East of Riyadh, 1998;

            180 Ha. East of Riyadh, 1998;

            33 Ha. Re-subdivision, Riyadh, 2000;

            70 Ha. City of Wadi Dwaser, 2000 (Co-designer);

            180 Ha. Northeast of Riyadh, 2002.

            160 Ha. Al-yasmeen Quarter (Riyadh), In Progress.

 

 

 

Co-author, Work Program: Developing Public Transport Systems in Saudi Arabia & Arriyadh (Case Study), Ministry of Communications, 1999.

 

Author, Work Program: Protecting Sensitive Tourist Sites from Urban Sprawl: General Approach & Case Studies, High Supreme for Tourism, 2001.

 

 

HONORS AND AWARDS

 

King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

            Honorable Bachelor Degree in Architecture, 1985.

 

Portland State University, Portland, Oregon.

            Award for Outstanding Foreign Student at the Graduate Level. 1990.

 

Portland State University, Portland, Oregon.

            Rita Grienger Award for Outstanding Student. 1993.

 

King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

            The British Aerospace/The British Council Summer Research Fellowship

 

UNIVERSITY AND COMMUNITY SERVICES

 

Portland State University, Portland, Oregon.

            Ph. D. Admission Committee, 1993.

 

Saudi Student Club, Oregon Chapter.

            Vice President, 1992 and member, 1990-1993.

 

Portland Islamic School, Portland, Oregon.

            Director, Feb. 1992- Sep. 1993.

 

King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

            Chairman, Urban Planning Department, 1999-2001

Member, College Council, 1994, 1999-2001

            Member, Graduate Program Committee, 1994-1999

            Coordinator, Cultural and Professional Student Committee, 1994-1996

            Coordinator, Haj Projects, 1995

            Coordinator & Member, Ad-hoc Committees, 1995-1999

            Member, Development of College Plans, 1998-2001

            Coordinator, New Urban Planning Department Curriculum, 1999-2001

           



[1] The Metropolitan Development Strategy for Arriyadh (MEDSTAR), 1997 till now.

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