Dr Mohamed Abdel-Wahab
Dr Mohamed Abdel-Wahab
Senior Lecturer in Engineering Management , University of the West of Scotland
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Musculoskeletal disorders in construction: A review and a novel system for activity tracking with body area network
E Valero, A Sivanathan, F Bosché, M Abdel-Wahab
Applied ergonomics 54, 120-130, 2016
1502016
Trends of productivity growth in the construction industry across Europe, US and Japan
M Abdel-Wahab, B Vogl
Construction management and economics 29 (6), 635-644, 2011
1302011
Trends of skills and productivity in the UK construction industry
MS Abdel‐Wahab, ARJ Dainty, SG Ison, P Bowen, G Hazlehurst
Engineering, Construction and Architectural Management, 2008
942008
Analysis of construction trade worker body motions using a wearable and wireless motion sensor network
E Valero, A Sivanathan, F Bosché, M Abdel-Wahab
Automation in Construction 83, 48-55, 2017
622017
Measuring the construction industry’s productivity performance: Critique of international productivity comparisons at industry level
B Vogl, M Abdel-Wahab
Journal of construction engineering and management 141 (4), 04014085, 2015
612015
Impact of motivation on workers’ productivity in the Nigerian construction industry
AO Aiyetan, AO Olotuah
Proceedings 22nd Annual ARCOM Conference, 4-6, 2006
562006
Towards a mixed reality system for construction trade training
F Bosché, M Abdel-Wahab, L Carozza
Journal of Computing in Civil Engineering 30 (2), 04015016, 2016
552016
Modelling the performance of wind–hydrogen energy systems: Case study the Hydrogen Office in Scotland/UK
L Valverde-Isorna, D Ali, D Hogg, M Abdel-Wahab
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 53, 1313-1332, 2016
432016
Rethinking apprenticeship training in the British construction industry
M Abdel-Wahab
Journal of Vocational Education & Training 64 (2), 145-154, 2012
372012
Image-based localization for an indoor VR/AR construction training system
L Carozza, F Bosché, M Abdel-Wahab
CONVR 2013, 2013
162013
An exploration of the relationship between training grants and profitability of UK construction companies
M Abdel‐Wahab, ARJ Dainty, SG Ison, G Hazlehurst
International Journal of Training and Development 12 (3), 188-205, 2008
152008
Towards a cyber-physical gaming system for training in the construction and engineering industry
A Sivanathan, M Abdel-Wahab, F Bosche, T Lim
International Design Engineering Technical Conferences and Computers and …, 2014
112014
A technical evaluation of Wind-Hydrogen (WH) demonstration projects in Europe
L Valverde, D Ali, M Abdel-Wahab, J Guerra, DF Hogg
4th International Conference on Power Engineering, Energy and Electrical …, 2013
112013
Skills development for retrofitting a historic listed building in Scotland
M Abdel-Wahab, A Bennadji
International journal of low-carbon technologies 10 (4), 347-353, 2015
82015
Robust 6-DOF immersive navigation using commodity hardware
L Carozza, F Bosché, M Abdel-Wahab
Proceedings of the 20th ACM symposium on virtual reality software and …, 2014
82014
Towards a digitised process-wheel for historic building repair and maintenance projects in Scotland
S McGibbon, M Abdel-Wahab, M Sun
Journal of Cultural Heritage Management and Sustainable Development, 2018
72018
A review of the case of a Levy‐Grant Scheme (LGS) in the UK construction industry
M Abdel‐Wahab, A Dainty, S Ison
Journal of Vocational Education and Training 62 (3), 273-283, 2010
72010
Stonemasonry skills development: two case studies of historic buildings in Scotland
S McGibbon, M Abdel-Wahab
Structural Survey, 2016
62016
[Poster] Visual-lnertial 6-DOF localization for a wearable immersive VR/AR system
L Carozza, F Bosché, M Abdel-Wahab
2014 IEEE International Symposium on Mixed and Augmented Reality (ISMAR …, 2014
62014
A conceptual framework for the evaluation of fuel-cell energy systems in the UK built environment
M Abdel-Wahab, D Ali
International journal of green energy 10 (2), 137-150, 2013
62013
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