Sayed Hemeda

Cairo University

Sayed Hemeda is a Doctor of Civil Engineering, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece. Currently, He is Professor at the Basic and Applied Science Institute (BAS). Manager of Heritage Science Program, LACC, Egypt-Japan University of Science and Technology (E-JUST). He is a Professor of Geotechnical Engineering and Architectural Preservation of Architectural Heritage, Conservation Department, Faculty of Archaeology, Cairo University, Egypt. He is also the former Manager of the historic buildings Conservation Center in Cairo University. Sayed Hemeda is the recipient of many awards from Cairo University including prizes for scientific excellence (2017), Prize of Scientific encourage (2014), and the best Ph.D. thesis (2009-2010). He was also awarded the General Union of Arab Archaeologists prize for academic excellence (2019). He has published 85 articles, 29 International books, and has been cited 230 times. He has given more than 58 invited lectures in 16 countries. His primary interests are geotechnical engineering for architectural heritage preservation and engineering data analysis including pattern recognition as applied to primarily analytical data from various sources such as objects of cultural significance. He is editor in chief for the Journal of Geological Research. He is an editorial board member for many organizations and publications including Springer Nature, IntechOpen, the Open Journal of Geology, Progress of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Geoscience Journal, and Alexandria Engineering Journals He is a scientific and organization Committee member for many international Conferences.

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This book discusses contemporary issues related to soil mechanics and foundation engineering in earthworks, which are critical components in construction projects and often require detailed management techniques and unique solutions to address failures and implement remedial measures. The geotechnical engineering community continues to improve the classical testing techniques for measuring critical properties of soils and rocks, including stress wave-based non-destructive testing methods as well as methods used to improve shallow and deep foundation design. To minimize failure during construction, contemporary issues and related data may reveal useful lessons to improve project management and minimize economic losses. This book focuses on these aspects using appropriate methods in a rather simple manner. It also touches upon many interesting topics in soil mechanics and modern geotechnical engineering practice such as geotechnical earthquake engineering, principals in foundation design, slope stability analysis, modeling in geomechanics, offshore geotechnics, and geotechnical engineering perspective in the preservation of historical buildings and archeological sites. A total of seven chapters are included in the book.

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