Purdue's progress in improving infrastructure quality internationally
Global impact has long been a goal at Purdue University, and Amr Kandil, PhD, PE, has shown that his research is significantly contributing to the University’s progress in improving infrastructure quality internationally.
Kandil, associate professor in the Division of Construction Engineering and Management (CEM) and in the School of Civil Engineering, joined Purdue in fall 2009. About 30-40 percent of his time is spent in the classroom; the remainder is dedicated to research. Growing up in Dubai and earning degrees from the American University in Cairo (BSc in Construction Engineering in 1999 and MSc in Construction Engineering in 2001), he has extensive knowledge of Egypt and has easily identified needs there. Rounding out his expertise is his 2005 PhD in Civil and Environmental Engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
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