Mahmoud Habibnezhad | Best Researcher Award Winner 2023🏆

 Dr. Mahmoud Habibnezhad - Construction Visualization and Sensing👨‍🎓

We are thrilled to extend our warmest congratulations to you on being awarded the prestigious Mahmoud Habibnezhad Best Researcher Award at the International Conference on Strategic Management and Business Strategy. Your dedication, hard work, and outstanding contributions to the field have not gone unnoticed. This achievement reflects your commitment to excellence and your significant impact on the realm of strategic management and business strategy. The Mahmoud Habibnezhad Best Researcher Award is a testament to your exceptional research skills and innovative thinking. Your success serves as an inspiration to your peers and the broader academic community. We commend your perseverance and applaud your ability to push the boundaries of knowledge in your field. May this award be a stepping stone to even greater accomplishments in your research journey. We look forward to witnessing the continued brilliance and innovation that you bring to the academic world.

Professional Profiles:

Early Academic Pursuits:

His embarked on his academic journey at Sharif University of Technology in Tehran, Iran. He earned his Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering in 2009, laying the foundation for his subsequent academic achievements. Continuing his pursuit of knowledge, he completed his Master's degree in Structural Engineering at the same institution in 2014.

Professional Endeavors:

His dedication to advancing his expertise led him to the United States, where he earned a second Master's degree in Computer Science from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 2019. He then pursued a Ph.D. in Construction Engineering and Management, solidifying his interdisciplinary approach to research. Following his doctoral studies, he engaged in a two-year Postdoctoral position focusing on Construction Automation and Robotics at Pennsylvania State University.

Contributions and Research Focus:

As an Assistant Professor in the Bert S. Turner Department of Construction Management at Louisiana State University, His.  has made significant contributions to the field of Virtual Design and Construction. His research and programming skills have been pivotal in shaping the future of construction automation and robotics. He has actively explored innovative solutions, blending expertise in computer science with construction engineering and management.

Accolades and Recognition:

His exceptional contributions have been acknowledged with various honors and awards, including the prestigious Leonhard Grants for his work on revitalizing students' perception and knowledge of construction safety during his postdoctoral tenure at Pennsylvania State University. His commitment to excellence has been further recognized through travel grants and graduate fellowships at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

Impact and Influence:

His impact extends beyond accolades; his research has been disseminated through numerous publications, including a book and book chapter on Automation and Robotics in the Architecture, Engineering, and Construction Industry. His work emphasizes worker-aware task planning, safe human-robot collaboration, and the development of intelligent digital twins for cyber-physical systems in smart cities.

Legacy and Future Contributions:

His legacy is marked by his pioneering work in brainwave-driven human-robot collaboration, brain-computer interfaces, and the application of wearable sensor-based approaches to assess occupational risks in construction. His research website and Google Scholar profile showcase a wealth of contributions, reflecting his ongoing commitment to advancing the field.

Notable Publications:🏅

1 Brain-computer interface for hands-free teleoperation of construction robots

2 Brainwave-driven human-robot collaboration in construction

3 Mechanical and structural changes in human thoracic aortas with age

4 Energy choices in Alaska: Mining people's perception and attitudes from geotagged tweets

5 Assessing occupational risk of heat stress at construction: A worker-centric wearable sensor-based approach

6 Mechanical, structural, and physiologic differences in human elastic and muscular arteries of different ages: Comparison of the descending thoracic aorta to the superficial …

7 An updated review on multi-carrier energy systems with electricity, gas, and water energy sources

8 The relationship between construction workers’ risk perception and eye movement in hazard identification

9 Neurophysiological testing for assessing construction workers' task performance at virtual height

10  Robust scheduling of multi-chiller system with chilled-water storage under hourly electricity pricing


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Mahmoud Habibnezhad | Construction Visualization and Sensing | Best Researcher Award | Award Winner

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