College of Engineering - Civil Engineering

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Assistant Professor

د.فادي عبدالله الحميدات

fadi.alhomaidat@ahu.edu.jo

9623217900+ فرعي 7527

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Assistant Professor
د.فادي عبدالله الحميدات
Specialization:
College of Engineering - Civil Engineering
9623217900+ فرعي 7527
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Western Michigan University, Michigan, USA

Ph.D. of Civil Engineering/ Transportation, Apr 2019

".Research Topic: “Impact of Freeway Speed limit on Safety and Operation Speed of Adjacent Arterial Roads

 

.University of Texas at Arlington, Texas, USA

Master of Civil Engineering/ Transportation, May 2015

Research Topic:” Application of moving observer method for estimation of speed and traffic flow in the DFW region in 2015

 

Mutah University Mutah. Al-Karak

B.S. in Civil Engineering, Jan 2011

".Senior Project “Improve soil stabilization for base and sub-base road by using chemical material.”

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Dr. Fadi Alhomaidat is an Assistant Professor at Al-Hussein Bin Talal University. Some of his research interests include motorized and non-motorized traffic safety analysis, GIS application in transportation engineering, and Driving simulation. He spent 7 months as a transportation modeler at South Michigan Counselor of Government (SEMCOG), and still working with them remotely to address issue with transportation planning. He has authored several publications in transportation engineering, including two with “best poster” award from Transportation Research Center for livable Communities Conference. In addition, He involved in several projects when he was working as researcher in Western Michigan include bicycle and pedestrian risk factors, bicycle comfort, and overtime enforcement effects on safety. He received his bachelor’s degree (2011) in Civil Engineering from Mutah University, Master Degree (2015) in Transportation Engineering from University of Texas at Arlington, and PH.D. (2019) in Transportation Engineering from Western Michigan University.

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