Full Name:
Engy Ibrahim Mohamed Mohamed Habib
Academic Rank:
Teacher Assistant
ASU Email:
angy-ibrahim@eng.asu.edu.eg
Departmment:
Architecture Engineering
Graduation Year:
2009

Assistant Lecturer of Architectural Design, and a PhD Candidate in Ain Shams University.

I participated in many multi-disciplinary Research projects, Workshops and Technical trainings in Egypt and Germany (German-Arab Chamber of Industry and Commerce &TUM) that collaborate Architecture, Design computation, Fabrication Technologies, Biogenic materials, Synthetic biology and Bio-inspired Design to enhance the relationship between the built and natural environments.

My Current Research is in the field of integrating design methodolgies or guildelines in Architecture based on [sustainability] and [Biophilic Design] in Children educational spaces.


Degrees:
- Master's degree in Architectural Engineering, Ain Shams
University (2014)
Thesis Title: “Towards Bigenesis in Architecture: A strategic investigation into biological systems to reinterpret ‘form’ from a material perspective”

- B.Sc degree in Architectural Engineering, Ain Shams
University (2009)
Accumulated grade: Excellent with honor degree
(Order of Merit: 1st)
Awards:
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Books:
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Published Research:
- “Towards Bigenesis in Architecture: A strategic investigation into biological systems to reinterpret ‘form’ from a material perspective” (Master’s Thesis, Ain Shams University, 2014).

- “Towards Bigenesis in Architecture: A strategic investigation into biological systems to reinterpret ‘form’ from a material perspective” (Journal of Helwan University - Engineering Sector, March 2014).


Published Research in Confernces:
- “ The Emergent Biophilia: An Exploratory Study on the Impact of Integrating Biophilic Principles into Designing Educational Spaces for Children”
(SBE16 Cairo – Sustainable Built Environment Conference 2016)

Educational and Research Projects:
- “FEDA Kids Day Workshop 2013” (organizing committee and guest lecturer)
Workshop held in association with REMAL foundation for kids (7-16) to visualize their dream home, helping to promote creativity and raise conscience about the importance of architectural practice among youth.

- “Technical Building Services for Sustainable Construction 2015” (Technical training)
Workshop and training held in the Vocational Advancement Service of Construction Industry Association of Berlin- Brandenburg, promoted by Foreign Affairs of the Federal Republic of Germany.

- “DESERTWOOD Research Project: Resource Efficient Building Construction with Biogenic Materials 2015”
Cooperative research project held in TUM Department of Architecture Technical University of Munich, German, funded by the German Academic Exchange Service DAAD.

- “The Second Interactive Sustainable Child Daycare Center (ISCDC) summer internship 2016” (Guest lecturer)
A Summer internship funded by the YIRG program at the British University in Cairo (BUE). Its main target group is (4-12) years-old children, helping them to enhance their creativity and raise awareness about the sustainable design in education spaces.


Consulting and Engineering Projects:

Supervised Thesis:

Other:
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