Adel A. Abdou

They know enough who know how to learn

Adel A. Abdou

They know enough who know how to learn

 

 

 

                                              

Professionalism is NOT the job you DO, It's HOW you DO the job

 

                                                                                      

                                                                                                                                                                                      

                                                                                                                                    

      Seminars and Technical Presentations
       
      Presented, “Recent Developments in Room-Acoustics Evaluation and Diagnosis”, College of Environmental Design, KUPM, October 1996.
       
      Presented, “Fire Propagation and Fighting in Buildings: New Concepts and Technology”, College of Environmental Design, KFUPM, November 1998.
       
      Presented, “The Future of Technology Considering the Impact on Architectural Globalization with Emphasis on Architecture in Egypt”, Architecture Dept., Cairo University, Cairo, Egypt, September 2000.
       
      Presented, “The Impact of Cyberspace and Globalization on the Future of Architecture”, College of Environmental Design, KFUPM, February 2000.
       
      Presented, “Teaching Architectural Acoustics Using Multimedia: Bridging the gap between the “Deaf” Architect and the “Blind” Acoustician”, College of Environmental Design, KFUPM, May 2002.
       
      Presented, a 30-minute Demo lecture on “Condense Software Tool”, during the Annual Insulation Conference, Gulf, Construction Week, related to a co-authored paper titled “Moisture Performance of Insulation Materials under Hot-Humid Climatic Conditions”, November 2004.
       
       
     

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