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Said M. Easa

Adjunct Research Professor

Degrees:B.Sc. (Cairo), M.Eng. (McMaster), Ph.D. (U.C.Berkeley), P.Eng.
Phone:+1 (416) 979-5000 ext. 7868
Email:seasa@ryerson.ca
Website:visit my website

Research Interests

  • Road safety and geometric design
  • Traffic operations and management
  • Intelligent transportation systems
  • Geomatics engineering applications

Graduate Students

Ph.D. (In Prog.) co-supervised with Dr. A.O. Abd El Halim
Ph.D. (In Prog.) co-supervised with Dr. A.O. Abd El Halim
Ph.D. (In Prog.) co-supervised with Dr. A.O. Abd El Halim
Ph.D. (In Prog.) co-supervised with Dr. A.O. Abd El Halim
Abdelzaher Ezzeldeen Ahmed Mostafa
Ph.D. (2005) The Stripping Susceptibility of Airfield Asphalt Mixes: The Development of Guidelines for a Laboratory Test Method
Sarah Jayne Taylor
Ph.D. (2005) Development of a Bayesian Decision Theory Framework to Enhance the Design of Rear-End Collision Warning Systems
Amir Abd El Halim
M.A.Sc. (2004) Development of Cost-Effectiveness of New and Improved Design Guidelines for 3D Reverse Horizontal Curves with Intermediate Tangents
Glen Furtado
M.A.Sc. (2002) Vehicle Stability on Combined Horizontal and Vertical Alignments
Khaled Anwar Kandil
Ph.D. (2002) Analytical and Experimental Study of Field Compaction of Asphalt Mixes
Joanne Kelly Pagani
Ph.D. (2002) Developing a Framework for a National Strategy for Baggage Handling at Airports.
Ahmed Shalaby
Ph.D. (1997) Analytical and Experimental Investigation of Thermal Cracking in Asphalt Pavements
Yasser Hassan
Ph.D. (1996) Geometric Design Considerations of Combined Horizontal and Vertical Highway Alignments
Aly A.M. Sherif
M.Eng. (Project) (1996) Nonparametric Analysis of Pavement Reliability