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Ahmed El Sayed

Ahmed El Sayed

Assistant Professor


Dr. Ahmed El Sayed is an accomplished academic and researcher with a diverse educational background and extensive experience in structural engineering. He holds a Ph.D. from Ibaraki University, Japan, a master’s degree in structural engineering from Cairo University, Egypt, and a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Shorouk Academy, Egypt—where he earned second place in his class.

During his tenure from 2018 to 2020, Dr. El Sayed served as a research engineer and teaching assistant at the Infrastructure Laboratory at Ibaraki University, Japan. In this role, he made significant contributions to comprehensive tests of FRC-reinforced concrete structures, showcasing his expertise in the field.

Since 2021, Dr. El Sayed has been serving as an assistant professor at Canadian International College, Egypt, where he continues to impart his knowledge and expertise to students. Additionally, he holds a part-time assistant professor position at the Department of Construction Engineering and Specialized Construction at Galala University, further expanding his impact in academia.


  • Ph.D. October 2020, Ibaraki University, Faculty of Science and Engineering, Hitachi, Ibaraki, JAPAN, Civil Engineering. Thesis Title “Seismic Performance of Square Concrete Bridge Columns Confined with Combined Steel and Rectangular Basalt FRP Ties”.
  • Sc. May 2012, Cairo University, Faculty of Engineering, Structural Engineering. Thesis Title “Effect of Reinforcement Ratio on Force Reduction Factor of RC Frames”.
  • B. Sc. July 2005, EL Shorouk Academy, Bachelor in Structural Engineering. Very good with honor degree (Ranked as the top second student in the academy).


Area Of Research

  • Reinforced Concrete Structures.
  • Column Confinement.
  • Reinforcing by FRP.
  • Residual deformations.

Awards/Honorable Mentions

  • Rotary Yoneyama Scholarship, Japan.
  • Won the competition of Kubota Fund, Japan.
  • Graduation ranking award from the Egyptian Syndicate of Engineers.

Academic Positions

  • Assistant professor at Canadian International College, Egypt, since 2021.
  • Lecture assistant at Shorouk Academy in Egypt from 2005 to 2012.

Non-academic jobs

  • 2012 to 2017: Area Technical Office Manager, Saudi Ben Laden Group, Kingdom of SAUDI ARABIA.
  • 2005 to 2006: Part-time Design Engineer, Hosny Consulting Engineers, Cairo, EGYPT.