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Wardani, Riad K.

Block-C
(961) 5 60 30 90 ext.504
 wardanyrk@rhu.edu.lb
Assistant Professor

Dr. Riad Al Wardany is currently working as an assistant professor of civil engineering at Hariri Canadian University (RHU), Lebanon. Before joining RHU, Dr. Al Wardany worked as a Project Manager at the Institute of Construction of the National Research Council Canada (institute responsible for elaborating the National Building Code of Canada), and as a Research Professional at University of Sherbrooke (Canada). He has also provided consulting services for clients in North America such as: City of Regina, Saskatchewan Agriculture Food and Rural Revitalization, St-Laurence Seaway, Hydro Quebec, Quebec Ministry of Transportation and Port of Montreal. Dr. Al Wardany has published many papers in international conferences and peer-reviewed journals (such as American Concrete Institute [ACI] Materials Journal).

Education

  • Ph.D., Civil Engineering, University of Sherbrooke, Canada, 2005. (with honors)
  • M. Eng., Civil Engineering, National Institute of Applied Sciences, France, 2001.
  • B. Eng., Civil Engineering, Lebanese University, Lebanon, 2000.

Professional Interests

Dr. Al Wardany's area of expertise includes but not limited to: civil infrastructure, structural analysis and design; repair of concrete structures; construction methods; concrete technology (ready-mix industry, properties and control tests of fresh and hardened concrete, admixtures, self consolidated concrete, hot and cold weather concreting, mix design, etc.); evaluation of full-scale structural behavior of civil structures; structural health monitoring; Nondestructive testing; smart structures.


Honors and Mentions

  • Award of distinction for Ph.D., University of Sherbrooke, 2005.
  • NSERC Industrial Research Chair Scholarship, 2002 – 2005.
  • University of Sherbrooke Graduate Scholarship, 2003.
  • Tuition Scholarship, University of Sherbrooke, 2002 – 2003.
  • Nomination for NSERC Doctoral Dissertation Award, 2006.
  • Invited Speaker, Concrete Structures group, NRC-IRC, Ottawa, 2007.
  • Invited Speaker, American University of Beirut, Beirut, 2009.
 

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