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■ @ DR. HATEM ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
■ @ RESALA WEB PRIZES ANNOUNSEMENT(pdf)
■ @ DR. HATEM RESALA INTERVIEW(pdf)
■ @ PRIZE CEREMONY "VEDIO"
۩ CURRICULUM VITAE
■ By English
■ باللغة العربية
۩ PUBLICATIONS
■ List in word format
■ List in pdf format
PUBLICATIONS' ABSTRACT
■ POWER POINT FORMAT
FULL TEXT OF PUBLICATIONS
■ design process
■ architectural education
■ simulation-based design
■ human factor
■ urban development
■ integrating the value of eco-building
■ opportunities for a new approach
■ Environment Polices
■ expert system
■ environmental assessment
۩ PROFFESSIONAL WORKS
proffessional work
۩ ACADEMIC SCHEDULE & OFFICE HOURS
۩ COURSES
■ ARCH 450
■ ARCH 453
■ ARCH 243
■ ARCH 349
PREVIOUS COURSES
■ ARCH 140
■ ARCH 130
■ ARCH 135
COURSES MATERIALS & STUDENTS' WORK
₪ ARCH 450
■ course schedule&mark distribution
■ EXPO 1992 in ALBENAA journal
■ Eng. Ahmed Sakr EXPO project program
■ Student research work for KSU pavilion in EXPO 2010 project
■ Student work in (bank/resturant/social center) projects
₪ ARCH 243
■ arch 243 lectures
■ stone manufacturing(movie)
■ marble manufaturing(movie)
■ water jet tool
₪ ARCH 453
■ lighting lectures
■ acoustics lectures
■ acoustics assignments
■ light of sky components experiment 1
■ light of sky components expeiment 2
■ acoustics sheet 1
○ page 1
○ page 2
○ page 3
₪ ARCH 349
■ arch 349 lectures
₪ ARCH 140
■ basic design 2 lectures
■ project 1
■ project 2
■ samples of students' work
■ samples of students work 2
₪ ARCH 130
■ basic design 1 lectures
■ samples of students' work
₪ ARCH 135
■ arch 135 lectures
■ isometric lecture
■ freehand lecture
۩ STUDENTS PERFORMANCE&RECORD
■ arch 450(studs' mark in 1st project)
■ Mid-term exam (ARCH 453)
■ Mid-term exam (ARCH 243)
■ Mid-term exam (ARCH 349)
Communicate with Dr. Hatem
■ discussion board
۩ ARCHITECTURE LIBRARY
■ top 16 sykines in the world
■ world's tallest buildings
■ famous clock towers
■ softwares
■ islamic architecture
۩ Pictures Library
■ pics. of CAP
■ pics of world's tallest buildings
■ art of coputer technique 1
■ art of computer technique 2
■ siwa oasis' pics
■ farafra oasis gallery 1
■ farafra oasis gallery 2
■ farafra oasis gallery 3
■ farafra ecological resort
■ white and black desert
■ 3azreia visit G1
■ 3azria visit G2
■ cards and buildings
■ expo project jury ARCH 450(2nd semester, 1428-29H)
■ Dr. Hatem's trips & friends photos
۩ صحف عربية
■ sites of famous arabian newspapers
 

        بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

Department of Architecture and Building Sciences - Welcome to Dr. Hatem Galal A Ibrahim Home Page

أحبكم في الله
أغسطس 2008
الحمد لله نحمده ونستعينه ونستغفره ونتوب إليه ونعوذ بالله من شرور أنفسنا وسيئات أعمالنا من يهده الله فلا مضل له ومن يضلل فلا هادي له وصلى الله وسلم على نبينا محمد وعلى آله وصحبه أجمعين، أما بعد أقرأ المزيد
    Statement & Teaching Philosophy
A right environment accommodates and encourages students to present their opinions while respecting the opinions of others. By giving students a voice in class, not only do the students benefit from peer-peer learning by enriching the course material with personal experiences and knowledge, but they also take responsibility for their own learning and, therefore, enhance the integration of their new knowledge into practice.

                    

           

      

                                                  

     

     

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         Dr. Hatem Research Interest

Dr. Hatem got his PhD in year 2001 from School of Architecture and Building Engineering, University of Liverpool, United Kingdom. The research is focused on building an Environmental Noise Advisor (ENA), which is knowledge and reasoning system for employing human-like intelligence in offering advices concerning noise in buildings. ENA can be re-implemented to measure the performance of many variables that effect building, such as lighting, indoor air quality…etc.

It is necessary to acquire a new bridge to organize the co-operation between the architect and the behavioral scientist to construct the necessary techniques for suitable occupants environment performance. This is by implementing a procedure, which starts with determining what exists and what is desired until the post occupancy evaluation. Accordingly, one of Dr. Hatem  papers is constructed under title of: “Design Process Co Ordination for Relevant Building Environment – Program to Fulfill User Need.” 

Another paper comes in the major of Architecture Education. It is a complex process that encourages students to develop new ways of seeing, thinking and doing in order to become capable and quality-assured designers of the built environment.  Most of the architecture students graduate with little experience of architecture as a discipline, and therefore a large part of architectural education is concerned with the development of new cognitive abilities, a paper titled by: A Knowledge-Based System Assisted Teaching Course for the Undergraduate Level “Landscape Course As An Application” has described a knowledge-based expert system approach to a teaching and learning system, which can be used to promote experiential learning by providing facilities for student-interaction with the system in order to gain fundamental knowledge in the field of Architecture Education.

One of his researches is: Simulation-Based Design for Development and Implementation of Based On Economy Issue”. It constructs the criteria based on simulation of design process as a guide to the designers to be followed to achieve the sustainability performance in buildings based on economy issue as a part of the Economy of Resources. 

A piece of paper of Human Factors Affecting Tenants of Intelligent Buildings was published to predict weather living and working in intelligent buildings accomplishes the psychological and social requirements of its occupants or not. Since, architects must take into accounts that conversion to intelligent buildings is a lifestyle transformation.

 Measuring community success is one of the most important things to ensure that the development process is managed in a successful manner. It is likely to stimulate responsive action of population. Dr. Hatem research “Urban Development Associated With Sustainable Community-Case Study of Siwa Oasisintroduces a presentation of the sustainability that imposes a strong commitment to action directed towards reshaping the relations between communities and their environment, thus defining a strategically context, which re-collaborate the goals of future community development. A case study of Siwa oasis sustainable development project, which has chosen by the United Nations (UN) as one of the best development projects, is selected as a case study to be analyzed.

 Another interesting subject of measuring the performance of building by using Eco-Building criteria. Establishing true eco-building tools as targets for measuring and evaluating our environmental impact is not fantasy. It has been done and used in Europe, and many other countries long time ago. Increasing the awareness about community, and economic benefits of buildings leads to promoting the design, construction and operation of buildings and landscapes. Dr. Hatem piece of work “Integrating the Value of Eco-Building within the Design Process: An Introduction to Assessing Criteria in Egypt  introduces the idea of implementing eco-building tools to be used in  in form of categories. Each category is reflected the performance and how much the building is qualifying the eco-scheme.

 Another research  is: Opportunities for a new approach towards Intelligence in buildings”. Intelligence can be used to improve the performance of the building fabric by making it more capable, so as to reduce the need for imported energy for heating, cooling, lighting and ventilation. Thus, the goal is to reduce the operating cost of the building while maintaining the desired environment for the building occupants. This paper is intended to help architects make more informed decisions that will be important to ’s Future Comfort and Finances. It also outlines a new methodology which takes account of the Intelligent Architecture (IA) and illustrates the application of this methodology to the analysis of a particular project, showing how this might be achieved.

 Designing and planning of urban societies in desert areas should take into consideration not only the climate and topography of the desert but also has to involve a clear idea about the impacts of the activities in the area. It is requiring special considerations during the designing and planning of the urban zones. Accordingly, another piece of work “Environment Polices for Urban Regions at Desert Societies: Baseline Indicators for Future Ventures”  is concentrated on the activation of Environment Impact Assessment is necessary for evaluating the urban region. This issue is evaluating the effects on the environment of impact factors arising from a proposed change in environmental quality. In other words, we can say that the purpose of an EIA is to determine the potential environmental, social and health effects of a proposed development. It is a systematic examination of the environmental consequences of projects, policies, plans and programs. Its main aim is to provide decision-makers with an account of the implications of alternative courses of action before a decision is made.

The Top skylines in the world

  

   
 For the top 16 skylines, press here    For more skylines, press here          

 World's Tallest Buildings

     

   Taipei 101  The Petronas      Sears        The Jin Mao     TIFC towers

     

 CITIC Plaza  Shun Hing     Empire State  Central Plaza  Bank of China

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 Students Announcements

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 Library of Students' Work

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 Architectural Journals Online

 Architecture Articles

 Critical regionalism is an approach to architecture that strives to counter the placelessness and lack of meaning in Modern Architecture by using contextual forces to……

 High-tech architecture, or Late Modernism, is an architectural style that emerged in the 1970s, incorporating elements of high-tech industry and technology into building design. High-tech architecture appeared as a revamped modernism, an extension of those previous ideas aided by....

 Deconstructivism in architecture, also called deconstruction, is a development of postmodern architecture that began in the late 1980s. It is characterized by ideas of fragmentation, an interest in manipulating ideas of a structure's surface or skin, non-rectilinear shapes which serve to distort and dislocate some of......

 Postmodern architecture is an international style whose first examples are generally cited as being from the 1950s, and which continues to influence present-day architecture. Postmodernity in architecture is generally thought to be heralded by….

 Sustainable design (also referred to as "green design", "eco-design", or "design for environment") is the art of designing physical objects and the built environment to comply with the principles of economic, social, and ecological sustainability. It ranges from the microcosm of designing small objects for.....

 Artificial intelligence is the ability of a computer or other machine to perform those activities that are normally thought to require intelligence. The branch of computer science concerned with the development of machines having …...

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 Book Of The Month

Detail in Contemporary Residential Architecture
by Virginia McLeod (Author)
Product Details
Hardcover: 240 pages
Publisher: Laurence King Publishers; Har/Cdr edition (May 17, 2007)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1856694828
ISBN-13: 978-1856694827
Product Dimensions: 11.6 x 10.1 x 1 inches
               
Book Description
Architectural detailing makes a building unique and an architect outstanding. This book provides analysis of both the technical and the aesthetic importance of details in the development of contemporary domestic architecture from 2000 to 2005. Featuring many of the world's most highly acclaimed architects, the book presents over 50 of the most recently completed and influential house designs. For each house there are color photographs, plans of every floor, sections and elevations, and numerous construction details. The book also features in-depth information for each project, including the size, the client, the architectural project team, main consultants, and contractors. With CD-ROM.
About the Author
Virignia McLeod studied architecture in Australia and has worked for a number of private practices in London. She was the editor of The Phaidon Atlas of Contemporary World Architecture and currently works as a freelance writer and editor.

Book Review

Overall this is a fairly good detail book and well presented with nice modern houses. The level of details is more on the level of DD and SD and varies from project to project. The best CD details are only found in real construction drawings. The German's "Detail" magazine and books also shows comprehensive details. Another good detail book is "The architectural Detail, Dutch architects visualize their concepts" by Ed Melet.
this book has less texts then the Dutch architects detail book. Also, the drawing details are on average larger. The details are also drawing in an American's standard presentation. The Dutch book is presented with European hatches and drawing standards, which are not as easy to understand. The range of details type methogolies are very good, from some what of a roof garden to cylinder metal house.
At time there are too many SD overall sections and plans that take too many pages. The CD (disc) is nice and includes a lot of drawings in CAD .dwg and .eps format with no texts.
This book is a giant leap forward compared to most architecture books. It is outstanding because it presents each project completely; with photos, plans, sections, and numerous quality details. The information is much more complete than I am accustomed to seeing from these types of books, and the drawings are for the most part clear and well-noted. There's also a CD included with DWG files and EPS files of every illustration! ............................more about this book

 China's Top 10 Remarkable New Buildings

    

    

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when the host the Olymipics in 2008...read more.

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 2008 Conferences' Agenda

Interpreting Architecture, June 2008, Czech Republic,
http://www.conferencealerts.com/seeconf.mv?q=ca13i330
Eco-Architecture 2008, June 2008, Portugal,
http://www.conferencealerts.com/seeconf.mv?q=ca13x0sm
46th International Making Cities Livable Conference, 1 June 2008,  United States
http://www.LivableCities.org
Sustainability Conference, July 2008, United States,
http://www.conferencealerts.com/seeconf.mv?q=ca13sas8
INCOSE 2006 International Symposium, 9 to 13 July 2006, Orlando, United States,
http://www.incose.org/symp2006/
ISSS2008 - Systems That Make A Difference, 13 to 18 July 2008, Madison, United States,
http://isss.org/world/en/madison-2008
HISTORY IN PRACTICE: The 25th Annual Conference of the Society of Architectural Historians Australia and New Zealand [SAHANZ], July 2008, Australia,
http://www.conferencealerts.com/seeconf.mv?q=ca136s3i
2nd International Sustainability Conference: Creating Values for Sustainable Development, August 2008, Switzerland,
 http://www.isc2008.ch/
Building Resilience: Responses to a Turbulent World, September 2008, United Kingdom,
http://www.ukss.org.uk/
UNDERGROUND SPACES, September 2008, UK,
The Sustainable City 2008, September 2008, Greece,
http://www.wessex.ac.uk/conferences/2008/city08/index.html 
4th IEEE Conference on Intelli­gent Systems, September, 2008, Golden Sands,
http://www.ieee-is.org/
■ International Conference on Service Operations and Logistics,
October, 2008, China,
http://www.ezconf.net/index.php?co_id=4&mo_id=0&PHPSESSID=032983214c6e29299dcd699eb30eeadc
Education for an Open Architecture, October 2008,
http://www.bsu.edu/web/capweb/bfi/openarchitectureconference/
3rd URBENVIRON INTERNATIONAL SEMINAR ON ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING,October 2008, SÃO PAULO, São Paulo,
http://www.conferencealerts.com/seeconf.mv?q=ca13s3sx
International Conference on Virtual Systems and MultiMedia (VSMM), October 20th to 26th in 2008, Cyprus
 http://www.vsmm2008.org/
Digital Media and its Applications in Cultural Heritage, November 2008, Jordan,
http://www.csaar-center.org/conference/DMACH2008/
Responsibilities and Opportunities in Architectural Conservation: Theory, Education, and Practice, November 2008, Jordan,
http://www.csaar-center.org/conference/2008B/
The Annual Conference on Ecosystems Restoration and Creation, 6 to 8 November 2008, Plant City (Near Tampa), United States,
http://www.hccfl.edu/ifs/conference/
Heart Tech 08. Beyond Sustainability, 22 to 25 November 2008, Udon Thani, Thailand,
http://hearttech08.unitec.ac.nz/index.html
7th Global Conference on Human Development: Unlocking the Potential to Create a New World Together, November 2008, Japan, 
http://ica-international.org/global-conference/ 
SPACE = INTERACTION = DISCOURSE, November 2008, Denmark,
http://www.placeme.hum.aau.dk/conf2008/
■ IEEE International Conference on Data Mining, December, 2008,  Italy,
http://icdm08.isti.cnr.it/
IEEE International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management, December 2008, Singapore,
http://www.ieeeieem.org/
Great Asian Street Symposium 2008 (GASS), December 2008,
http://www.conferencealerts.com/seeconf.mv?q=ca138sma

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