BROCHURE
Islam H. El-adaway is a Professor,Missouri University of Science and Technology ,United States

Islam H. El-adaway

Professor

Organizing Committee Member

United States

Missouri University of Science and Technology

BIOGRAPHY

Islam H. El-adaway is the Hurst-McCarthy Professor of Construction Engineering and Management, Professor of Civil Engineering, and Founding Director of Missouri Consortium of Construction Innovation within the Department of Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering & the Department of Engineering Management and Systems Engineering at Missouri University of Science and Technology (formerly known as, University of Missouri – Rolla).  Prior to his current appointment, Dr. El-adaway held two academic positions at the University of Tennessee – Knoxville and Mississippi State University, respectively.            

Dr. El adaway's research efforts have been part of funded projects from various regional, national, and international agencies. It is worth noting that Dr. El-adaway’s scholarly activities do not require any expensive physical laboratory setting, and only utilize and rely on personal computers and software packages. The work of Dr. El-adaway’s work resulted to-date in 136 peer-reviewed papers (73 journal papers and 63 conference papers), all of which were published and/or accepted in the most highly-regarded journals and highly-attended conferences in the his specialty area.

Dr. El-adaway mentored 5 Ph.D. students and 6 M.Sc. students towards earning their respective degrees as well as receiving multiple awards and prizes. To this end, Dr. El-adaway’s current research team includes 7 Ph.D. students.

The efforts of Dr. El-adaway resulted in multiple honors and recognitions, where:

  • Nationally, his co-authored work with his graduate students earned the 2020 ASCE Thomas Fitch Rowland Prize, was selected in 2018 as the Editor's Choice peer-reviewed paper by two different ASCE journals, and was awarded the 2017 ASCE Best Peer-Reviewed Journal Paper by the Journal of Management in Engineering. Also, he was selected 7 different times as an Outstanding Reviewer by ASCE, and was invited by the National Academy of Engineering (NAE) to attend its Frontiers of Engineering Education Symposium as being one of the most innovative engineering educators.
  • Regionally, he is selected as a 2019 Top Young Professional by the Engineering News Record, and a recipient of the 2014 Young Faculty Research Award by the American Society of Engineering Education (ASEE).
  • At the institutional levels, he was selected to receive an Outstanding Teaching Recognition Award, Academy of Distinguished Teachers Award, the David Carlisle Hull Faculty Leadership Award, a Young Faculty Research Award, and the Chip Crane State Pride Award.

Dr. El-adaway earned his Ph.D. in Civil Engineering from Iowa State University, and his M.Sc. and B.Sc. in Construction Engineering from the American University in Cairo.

PUBLICATIONS

Journals: ‚Äč

  1. Assaad, Rayan* and Islam El-adaway, “Evaluation and Prediction of the Hazard Potential Level of Dams Using Artificial Intelligence Algorithms”, Journal of Management in Engineering, The American Society of Civil Engineers, 04020051, Vol.36, No. 5, pp. 1-14.
  2. Ibrahim, Michael, Awad Hanna, Jeffrey Russell, Ibrahim Abotaleb*, and Islam El-adaway “Quantitative Analysis of the Impacts of Out-of-Sequence Work on Project Performance”, Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, The American Society of Civil Engineers, 04020090, Vol. 146, No. 8. pp. 1-10.
  3. Abdul Nabi*, Mohamed, Islam El-adaway, Sara Fayek, Cabot Howell*, and John Gambatese, “Contractual Guidelines for Construction Safety-Related Issues under Design-Build Standard Forms of Contract” (2020), Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, The American Society of Civil Engineers, 04020074, Vol, 146, No. 7, pp. 1-20.
  4. El-Sayegh*, Amr, Islam El-adaway, Rayan Assaad*, Gasser Ali*, Ibrahim Abotaleb*, Christopher Smith**, Mustafa Bootwala**, and Seif Eteifa* (2020), “Contractual Guidelines for Management of Infrastructure Transportation Projects”, Journal of Legal Affairs and Dispute Resolution in Engineering and Construction, The American Society of Civil Engineers, 04520023, Vol. 12, No. 3, pp. 1-14.
  5. Ibrahim, Michael, Awad Hanna, Jeffrey Russell, Ibrahim Abotaleb*, and Islam El-adaway, “Comprehensive Analysis of Factors Associated with Out-of-Sequence Construction” (2020), Journal of Management in Engineering, The American Society of Civil Engineers, 04020031, Vol. 36, No. 4, pp. 1-9.
  6. Assaad*, Rayan, Gasser Ali*, Amr Elsayegh*, and Islam El-adaway, “Back-to-Back Relationship under Standard Subcontract Agreements: A Comparative Study” (2020), Journal of Legal Affairs and Dispute Resolution in Engineering and Construction, The American Society of Civil Engineers, 04520020, Vol. 12, No. 3, pp. 1-26.
  7. Assaad*, Rayan and Islam El-adaway, “Studying Causes of Business Failure in the Construction Industry: A Social Network Analysis Approach” (2020), Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Vol. 146, No. 6, 04020052, pp. 1-17.
  8. Sexton, Dana*, Islam El-adaway, Mohamed Abdul Nabi*, and Ayman El-Hakea, “Using the Simplified Acquisition of Base Engineer Requirements (SABER) in Construction Projects: Contract Administration Guidelines” (2020), Journal of Legal Affairs and Dispute Resolution in Engineering and Construction, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Vol. 12, No. 3, 04520018, pp. 1-14.
  9. Abotaleb*, Ibrahim, Islam El-adaway, Ibrahim, Michael, Awad Hanna, and Jeffrey Russell (2020), “Developing Rating Score for Out-of-Sequence Construction”, Journal of Management in Engineering, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Vol. 36, No. 3, 04020013, pp. 1-13.
  10. Assaad*, Rayan, Islam El-adaway, and Ibrahim Abotaleb* (2020), “Predicting Project Performance in the Construction Industry”, Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Vol. 146, No. 5, 04020030, pp. 1-22.
  11. El-adaway, Islam, Charles Sims, Mohamed Eid*, Yinan Liu, and Gasser Ali* (2020), “Preliminary Attempt towards Better Understanding the Impact of Distributed Energy Generation: An Agent-Based Computational Economics Approach”, Journal of Infrastructure Systems, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Vol. 26, No. 1, 04020002, pp. 1-18.
  12. El-adaway, Islam, Gasser Ali*, Ibrahim Abotaleb*, and Herbert Barber* (2020), “Studying the Relationship between Stock Prices of Publically Traded US Construction Companies and Gross Domestic Product: A Preliminary Step towards Construction-Economic Nexus”, Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Vol. 146, No. 1, 04019087, pp. 1-10.
  13. Fawzy, Salwa, Islam El-adaway, Louis Perreau-Saussine, Mohamed Abdel Wahab and Tarek Hamed (2019), “Provisions of Unforeseeable Physical Conditions under FIDIC (CONS) and under Egyptian Civil Law – A Comparative Analysis” Construction Law International, International Bar Association, ISSN 1819-1371, Vol. 14, No. 1, pp. 11-19
  14. El-adaway, Islam, Ricky Vance*, and Ibrahim Abotaleb*  (2019), “Understanding Extension of Time under Different Standard Design-Build Forms of Contract”, Journal of Legal Affairs and Dispute Resolution in Engineering and Construction, The American Society of Civil Engineers, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Vol. 12, No. 1, 04519031, pp. 1-11.
  15. Abotaleb*, Ibrahim, Islam El-adaway, Ibrahim, Michael, Awad Hanna, and Jeffrey Russell (2019),“Causes, Early Warning Signs, and Impacts of Out-of-Sequence Construction: Expert-Based Survey Analysis”, Journal of Management in Engineering, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Vol. 35, No. 6, 04019030, pp. 1-16.
  16. El-adaway, Islam, Gasser Ali*, Rayan Assaad*, Amr Elsayegh*, and Ibrahim Abotaleb* (2019), “Analytic Overview of the Citation Metrics in the Civil Engineering Domain with Focus on the Construction Engineering and Management Specialty Area and its Sub-Disciplines”, Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Vol. 145, No. 10, 04019060, pp. 1-14.
  17. El-adaway, Islam, Ibrahim Abotaleb*, Roderick Mohler**, Jesse Sheffler**, Hayley Fuller**, and Cristian Orozco** (2019), “Contractual Implications of Environmental Compliance Requirements in Construction Projects”, Journal of Legal Affairs and Dispute Resolution in Engineering and Construction, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Vol. 11, No. 3, 05019002, pp. 1-13
  18. Abotaleb, Ibrahim*, Islam El-adaway, and Mohamed Moussa (2019) “Guidelines for Administering Owner’s Non-Payment Obligations under National and International Design-Build Standard Forms of Contract”, Journal of Management in Engineering, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Vol. 35, No. 4, 04019010, pp. 1-17.
  19. Fawzy, Salwa, Islam El-adaway, Louis Perreau-Saussine, Mohamed Abdel Wahab, and Tarek Hamed (2019), “Civil Law Context for Understanding Employer's Payment Obligations under Common Law FIDIC”, Journal of Legal Affairs and Dispute Resolution in Engineering and Construction, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Vol. 11, No. 1, 06518006, pp. 1-15
  20. Eid*, Mohamed, Emad Elbeltagi, and Islam El-adaway (2018), “Simultaneous Multi-Criteria Optimization for Scheduling Linear Infrastructure Projects”, International Journal of Construction Management, Taylor and Francis, DOI: 10.1080/15623599.2018.1505027.
  21. Fawzy, Salwa, Islam El-adaway, Louis Perreau-Saussine, Mohamed Abdel Wahab and Tarek Hamed (2018) “Analyzing Termination for Convenience Provisions under Common Law FIDIC Using a Civil Law Perspective”, Journal of Legal Affairs and Dispute Resolution in Engineering and Construction, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Vol. 10, No. 4, 0000279, pp. 1-16.
  22. Abotaleb*, Ibrahim and Islam El-adaway (2018), “Managing Construction Projects through Dynamic Modeling: Reviewing Existing Body of Knowledge and Deriving Future Research Directions”, Journal of Management in Engineering, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Vol. 34, No. 6, 0000633, pp. 1-17
  23. Fawzy, Salwa, Islam El-adaway, Louis Perreau-Saussine, Mohamed Abdel Wahab and Tarek Hamed (2018), “Claims for Extension of Time and Additional Payment under Common Law FIDIC: Civil Law Analysis”, Journal of Legal Affairs and Dispute Resolution in Engineering and Construction,  The American Society of Civil Engineers, Vol. 10, No. 4, 0000276, pp. 1-13.
  24. Abotaleb*, Ibrahim and Islam El-adaway (2018), “First Attempt towards a Holistic Understanding of the Interdependent Rippled Impacts Associated with Out-of-Sequence Work in Construction Projects: A System Dynamics Modeling Approach” ***2020 Thomas Fitch Rowland Prize and September 2018 Editor Choice Peer-Reviewed Journal Paper, Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Vol. 144, No. 9, 0001539, pp. 1-21
  25. Eid*, Mohamed and Islam El-adaway (2018), “Decision Making Framework for Holistic Sustainable Disaster Recovery: An Agent Based Approach for Decreasing Vulnerabilities of the Associated Communities” ***September 2018 Editor Choice Peer-Reviewed Journal Paper, Journal of Infrastructure Systems, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Vol. 24, No. 3, 0401800,  pp. 1-24.
  26. El-adaway, Islam, Ibrahim Abotaleb*, and Eric Vechan* (2018), “Identifying the Most Critical Transportation Intersections Using Social Network Analysis”, Journal of Transportation Planning and Technology, Taylor and Francis, Vol, 41, No. 4,                                                             1453456, pp. 353-374.
  27. El-adaway, Islam, Ibrahim Abotaleb*, Mohamed Eid*, Samuel May**, Lauren Netherton**, and Jonathan Vest** (2018), “Contract Administration Guidelines for Public Infrastructure Projects in the United States and Saudi Arabia: A Comparative Analysis Approach”, Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Vol. 144, No. 6, 04018031-1, pp. 1-13.
  28. Eteifa*, Seif and Islam El-adaway (2018),Using Social Network Analysis to Model Root Causes of Fatalities in Construction Industry”, Journal of Management in Engineering, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Vol. 34. No. 1, 04017045, pp. 1-15.
  29. El-adaway, Islam (2017), “Review of Construction Contract Claims, Changes, and Dispute Resolution”, Journal of Legal Affairs and Dispute Resolution in Engineering and Construction, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Vol. 9, No. 4, 0000244, pp. 1-8.
  30. Akroush, Noor* and Islam El-adaway (2017), “Utilizing Construction Leading Safety Indicators: The Case Study of Tennessee”, Journal of Management in Engineering, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Vol. 33, No. 5, 0000546, pp. 1-15.
  31. El-adaway, Islam Ibrahim Abotaleb*, and Seif Eteifa* (2017), “Framework for Multi-Party Relational Contracting”, Journal of Legal Affairs and Dispute Resolution in Engineering and Construction, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Vol. 9, No. 3, 0000238, pp. 1-19.
  32. Eid*, Mohamed and Islam El-adaway (2017), “Agent Based Modeling for Disaster Recovery: Integrating the Social Vulnerability of Host Communities and the Objective Functions of Associated Stakeholders”, Journal of Computing in Civil Engineering, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Vol. 31, No. 5, 04017030, pp. 1-15.
  33. El-adaway, Islam, Ibrahim Abotaleb*, and Eric Vechan* (2017), “Social Network Analysis Approach for Improved Transportation Planning”, Journal of Infrastructure Systems, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Vol. 23. No. 2, 05016004, pp. 1-14.
  34. Abotaleb*, Ibrahim and Islam El-adaway (2017), “Administering Employer's Payment Obligations under National and International Design-Build Standard Forms of Contract”, Journal of Legal Affairs and Dispute Resolution in Engineering and Construction, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Vol. 9, No. 2, 04517003, pp. 1-20
  35. El-adaway, Islam, Salwa Fawzy, Hunter Burrell** and Noor Akroush* (2017), “Studying Payment Provisions under National and International Standard Forms of Contracts”, Journal of Legal Affair and Dispute Resolution in Engineering and Construction, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Vol. 8, No. 2, 04516011, pp. 1-10
  36. Eid*, Mohamed and Islam El-adaway (2017), “Sustainable Disaster Recovery Decision-Making Support Tool: Integrating Economic Vulnerability into the Objective Functions of the Associated Stakeholders” ***2017 ASCE Best Peer-Reviewed Paper Award, Journal of Management in Engineering, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Vol. 33, No. 2, 04016041, pp. 1-19
  37. Eid*, Mohamed and Islam El-adaway (2017), “Sustainable Disaster Recovery: Multi-Agent Based Model for Integrating Environmental Vulnerability into Decision Making Processes of the Associated Stakeholders”, Journal of Urban Planning and Development, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Vol. 143, No. 1, 04016022, pp. 1-17.
  38. Abotaleb*, Ibrahim and Islam El-adaway (2017), “Construction Bidding Markup Estimation using Multi-Stage Decision Theory Approach”, Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Vol. 143, No. 1, 04016079, pp. 1-18
  39. El-adaway, Islam, Salwa Fawzy, Thomas Allard**, and Austin Runnels** (2016), “Change Order Provisions under National and International Standard Forms of Contracts”, Journal of Legal Affair and Dispute Resolution in Engineering and Construction, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Vol. 8, No.3 , 03716001, pp. 1-12.
  40. El-adaway, Islam, Salwa Fawzy, Muaz Ahmed*, and Rob White** (2016), “Administering Extension of Time under National and International Standard Forms of Contracts: A Contractor’s Perspective”, Journal of Legal Affair and Dispute Resolution in Engineering and Construction, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Vol. 8, No.2, 04516001, pp. 1-14
  41. Ahmed*, Muaz, Islam El-adaway, Kalyn Coatney, and Mohamed Eid* (2015), “Construction Bidding and the Winner's Curse: A Game Theory Approach”, Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Vol. 142, No. 2, 04015076, pp. 1-9.
  42. Eid*, Mohamed, Islam El-adaway, and Kalyn Coatney (2015), “Evolutionary Stable Strategy for Post-Disaster Insurance: A Game Theory Approach”, Journal of Management in Engineering, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Vol. 31, No. 6, 04015005, pp. 1-11
  43. Fawzy, Salwa, Islam El-adaway, and Tarek Hamid (2015), “Contracting in a Global World: Application of the “Time At Large” Principle”, Journal of Legal Affair and Dispute Resolution in Engineering and Construction, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Vol. 7, No. 3, 04515001 pp. 1-9.
  44. Fawzy, Salwa and Islam El-adaway (2015), “Global Total Cost Claims within the Common Law Legal Systems: Application to the World Bank Contract”, Journal of Legal Affairs and Dispute Resolution in Engineering and Construction, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Vol. 7, No. 2 , 04514005, pp. 1-7.
  45. Barber*, Herbert and Islam El-adaway (2015), “Economic Performance Assessment for Construction Industry in the Southeastern United States”, Journal of Management in Engineering, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Vol. 131, No. 2 , pp. 1-6.
  46. Boz*, Mehmet and Islam El-adaway (2015), “Creating a Holistic Systems Framework for Sustainability Assessment of Civil Infrastructure Projects”, Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, Vol. 141, No. 2, 04014067, pp. 1-11.
  47. El-adaway, Islam, Olga Pierrakos, and Dennis Truax (2015), “Sustainable Construction Education Using Problem-based Learning and Service-based Learning Techniques”, Journal of Professional Issues in Engineering Education and Practice, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Vol. 141, No. 1, 05014002, pp. 1-9.
  48. El-adaway, Islam, Salwa Fawzy, Robert Bingham**, Patrick Clark**, and Taylor Tidwell** (2014), “Different Delay Analysis Techniques Applied to AIA A201-2007 Standard Form of Contract”, Journal of Legal Affairs and Dispute Resolution in Engineering and Construction, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Vol. 6, No. 3, 0514001, pp. 1-9.
  49. Boz*, Mehmet and Islam El-adaway (2014), “Managing Sustainability Assessment of Civil Infrastructure Projects using Work, Nature, and Flow”, Journal of Management in Engineering, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Vol. 30, No. 5,                                                     04014019, pp. 1-13.
  50. El-adaway, Islam and Dennis Truax (2014), “Managing the LEED Analysis for the New Civil and Environmental Engineering Complex at Mississippi State University”, Journal of Management in Engineering, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Vol. 30, No. 3, 05014002, pp. 1-14. (This paper features in-class collaborative work with 23 undergraduate students who deserved authorship. ASCE requested and insisted to have a written acceptance by every one of the students. This was not possible as the students have already graduated by the time of publication. Thus, the following students were acknowledged at the end of the paper, and are acknowledged here as well: Abbey Burnett**, Austin Holder**, Ben Bennett**, Brian Little**, Chris Newton**, Chris Ratzlaff**, Cole Walker**, David Morrow**, Durham Jordan**, Jeremy Kelly**, Jonathan Horton**, Jordan Perry**, Kaila Pope**, Mark Simpson**, Michael Weldon**, Mike Thomas**, Patrick McManus**, Ryan Doler**, Ryan Monk**, Sangwook Lee**, Taylor Logan**, Terrance Richardson**, and Wesley Rayner**).
  51. Ogburn*, Mark and Islam El-adaway (2014), “Biddability, Constructability, Operability and Environmental Checklist: Potential Role in Reducing Conflicts, Claims, and Disputes”, Journal of Legal Affairs and Dispute Resolution in Engineering and Construction,                                  The American Society of Civil Engineers, Vol. 6, No. 1, 05013001, pp. 1-11.
  52. LaBarre*, Philip and Islam El-adaway (2014), “Project Benchmarking for Mitigating Conflicts, Claims, and Disputes through Improved Performance”, Journal of Legal Affairs and Dispute Resolution in Engineering and Construction, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Vol. 6, No. 1, 04513003, pp. 1-7
  53. Fawzy, Salwa and Islam El-adaway (2014), “Time ‘at large’ within the Common Law Legal System: Application to Standard Forms of Contract”, Journal of Legal Affairs and Dispute Resolution in Engineering and Construction, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Vol. 6, No. 1, 04513002, pp. 1-8.
  54. El-adaway, Islam, Salwa Fawzy, Kyle Cody**, Sara Fast**, Gene Spencer**, David Bond**, Dustin Cushman**, and Timothy Stieffel** (2014), “Contract Administration                    Guidelines for Contractors Working under AIA A201-2007 Contract for Construction”, Journal of Legal Affairs and Dispute Resolution in Engineering and Construction, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Vol. 6, No. 1, 03012002, pp. 1-10
  55. El-adaway, Islam (2013), “Promoting the Sustainability of Relational Contracting through Addressing Third Party Insurance Obstacles”, Journal of Management in Engineering, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Vol. 29, No. 3, pp. 226-233.
  56. Fawzy, Salwa and Islam El-adaway (2013), “Contract Administration Guidelines for Effectively  and Efficiently Applying Different Delay Analysis Techniques under World Bank Funded Projects”, Journal of Legal Affairs and Dispute Resolution in Engineering and Construction, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Vol. 5, No. 1, pp. 35-44.
  57. El-adaway, Islam (2013), “Fatalities among Civil Infrastructure Workers: Variable Annuity with Guaranteed Minimum Death Benefits Approach”, Journal of Management in Engineering, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Vol. 29, No. 1, pp. 35-41.
  58. Fawzy, Salwa and Islam El-adaway (2012), “Contract Administration Guidelines for Managing Conflicts, Claims, and Disputes under World Bank Funded Projects”, Journal of Legal Affairs and Dispute Resolution in Engineering and Construction, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Vol. 4, No. 4, pp. 101-110.
  59. Fawzy, Salwa and Islam El-adaway (2012), “Contract Administration Guidelines for U.S Contractors Working under World Bank Funded Projects”, Journal of Legal Affairs and Dispute Resolution in Engineering and Construction, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Vol. 4, No. 2, pp. 40-50.
  60. El-adaway, Islam (2012), “Insurance Pricing for Windstorm Susceptible Developments: A Bootstrapping Approach”, Journal of Management in Engineering, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Vol. 28, No. 2, pp. 96-103.
  61. El-adaway, Islam (2012), “Can an Integrated Problem-Based Learning Framework Improve Natural Hazard Management?”, Journal of Professional Issues in Engineering Education and Practices, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Vol. 138, No. 1, pp. 10-13.
  62. Jennings, Marianne and Islam El-adaway (2012), “Ethical Issues in Multiple-Authored                     and Mentor-Supervised Engineering Publications”, Journal of Professional Issues in Engineering Education and Practices, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Vol. 138, No. 1, pp. 37-47.
  63. El-adaway, Islam (2010), “Integrated Project Delivery Case Study: Guidelines for Drafting Partnering Contract”, Journal of Legal Affairs and Dispute Resolution in Engineering              and Construction, The American Society of Civil Engineers , Vol. 2, No. 4, pp. 248-254.
  64. El-adaway, Islam and Amr Kandil (2010), “Multi Agent System for Construction Dispute Resolution (MAS-COR)”, Journal of Construction Engineering and Management,              The American Society of Civil Engineers, Vol. 136, No. 3, pp 1-14.
  65. El-adaway, Islam and Amr Kandil (2010), “Construction Risks: Single or Portfolio Insurance”, Journal of Management in Engineering, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Vol. 26, No. 1, pp. 1-7.
  66. El-adaway, Islam and Amr Kandil (2009), “Contractors’ Claims Insurance: Risk Retention Approach”, Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Vol. 135, No. 9, pp. 819-825.
  67. El-adaway, Islam, Samer Ezeldin, and Janet Yates (2009), “Arbitral Tribunal Proceedings Case Study: Egyptian Construction Project”, Journal of Legal Affairs and Dispute  Resolution in Engineering and Construction, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Vol. 1, No. 3, pp. 147-153.
  68. El-adaway, Islam and Samer Ezeldin (2007), “Dispute Review Boards: Expected Application on Egyptian Large Scale Construction Projects”, Journal of Professional Issues in Engineering Education and Practice, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Vol. 133, No 4, pp. 365-372.
  69. El-adaway, Islam (2004), “Moral Technology”, Quodlibet Online Journal of Christian Theology and Philosophy “Vol. 6, No. 1” and Common Sense Intercollegiate Journal of Humanism and Free Thought, “Vol. 15, No. 5 (with permission of both journals).

Conferences:

  1. Abdul Nabi*, Mohamad, Cihan Dagli, and Islam El-adaway (2019), “A System Dynamics Model for Construction Safety Behavior”, 2019 Complex Adaptive Systems Conference, Pennsylvania, United States.
  2. Ali*, Gasser, Cihan Dagli, and Islam El-adaway (2019),  “A System Dynamics Approach for Study of Population Growth and the Residential Housing Market in the US”, 2019 Complex Adaptive Systems Conference, Pennsylvania, United States.
  3. El-Sayegh*, Amr, Cihan Dagli, and Islam El-adaway (2019), “An Agent-based Model to Study Competitive Construction Bidding and the Winner's Curse”, 2019 Complex Adaptive Systems Conference, Pennsylvania, United States.
  4. Assaad*, Rayan, Cihan Dagli, and Islam El-adaway (2019), “A System-of-Systems Model to Simulate the Complex Emergent Behavior of Vehicle Traffic on an Urban Transportation Infrastructure Network”, 2019 Complex Adaptive Systems Conference, Pennsylvania, United States.
  5. El-adaway, Islam, Amr Elsayegh*, Ibrahim Abotaleb*, Christopher Smith*, Mustafa Bootwala*, and Seif Eteifa* (2019), “Contract Administration Guidelines for Infrastructure Transportation Projects: Application to Southeastern US DOTs”, 2019 Canadian Society for Civil Engineering Annual Meeting and Conference and 7th Construction Specialty Conference, Montreal, Canada, pp. 80-1 – 80-10
  6. Ali*, Gasser, Amr Elsayegh*, Rayan Assaad*. Islam El-adaway, and Ibrahim Abotaleb* (2019), “Artificial Neural Network Deterioration Assessment Model for Bridges in Missouri”, 2019 Canadian Society for Civil Engineering Annual Meeting and Conference and 7th Construction Specialty Conference, Montreal, Canada, pp. 85-1 – 85-10.
  7. El-adaway, Islam, Charles Sims, Mohamed Eid*, and Yinan Liu (2019), “Multi Agent-Based Model for Studying Electric Grid Transition to Distributed Energy Resources”, 2019 International Workshop on Computing in Civil Engineering, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Georgia, United States, pp. 538-545.
  8. Abotaleb*, Ibrahim and Islam El-adaway (2019), “A Network-Based Methodology for Quantitative Knowledge Gap Identification in Construction Simulation and Modeling Research”, 2019 International Workshop on Computing in Civil Engineering, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Georgia, United States, pp. 522-529.
  9. Eid*, Mohamed and Islam El-adaway (2019),  “Sustainable Disaster Recovery Framework – Reducing the Community Vulnerabilities Throughout the Redevelopment Process”, 2019 International Workshop on Computing in Civil Engineering, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Georgia, United States, pp. 498-506.
  10. Abotaleb*, Ibrahim and Islam El-adaway (2019),  “Proposing a Multi-Staged Calibration Methodology for System Dynamics Construction Management Models”, 2019 International Workshop on Computing in Civil Engineering, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Georgia, United States, pp. 530-537.
  11. Eid*, Mohamed, Emad Elbeltagi, and Islam El-adaway (2019),  “Multi-Objective Simultaneous Optimization for Linear Projects Scheduling”, 2019 International Workshop on Computing in Civil Engineering, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Georgia, United States, pp. 561-568.
  12. Eid*, Mohamed and Islam El-adaway (2018), “Decreasing the Economic Vulnerability of The Built Environment throughout the Disaster Recovery Processes: An Agent Based Model Framework”, 2018 Construction Research Congress, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Louisiana, United States, pp. 492- 502.
  13. Abotaleb*, Ibrahim and Islam El-adaway (2018), “A System Dynamics Model for Analyzing Cumulative Impacts of Disruptions during Construction”, 2018 Construction Research Congress, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Louisiana, United States, pp. 481-491.
  14. Akroush, Noor* and Islam El-adaway (2018), “Penetration of Leading Safety Indicators in the Construction Industry: The Case of Tennessee”, 2018 Construction Research Congress, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Louisiana, United States, pp. 334-344.
  15. El-adaway, Islam, Ibrahim Abotaleb*, Mohamed Eid*, Samuel May**, Lauren Netherton**, and Jonathan Vest** (2018), “Contracting in the Saudi Public Construction Projects: What Do US Contractors Need to Know?”, 2018 Construction Research Congress, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Louisiana, United States, pp. 239-249.
  16. El-adaway, Islam, Ibrahim Abotaleb*, Roderick Mohler**, Jesse Sheffler**, Hayley Fuller**, and Cristian Orozco** (2018), “Contractual Considerations for Complying with Environmental Requirements: Lessons Learned Using a Case Study Approach”, 2018 Construction Research Congress, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Louisiana, United States, pp. 235-245.
  17. El-adaway, Islam Ibrahim Abotaleb*, and Seif Eteifa* (2018),, “A Relational Contractual Framework for Promoting Collaborative Project Environment”, 2018 Construction Research Congress, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Louisiana, United States, pp. 74-78.
  18. Abd El-Moneim, Mahmoud*, Omar El-Anwar, and Islam El-adaway (2017), “Investigating the Performance of Relational Contracts Using Social Network Analysis”, 2017 International Workshop on Computing in Civil Engineering, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Washington, United States (Omar El-Anwar is the corresponding author).
  19. Abotaleb*, Ibrahim and Islam El-adaway (2017), “A Bayesian Model for Optimal Bid Price Estimation of Transportation Projects”, 2017 Canadian Society for Civil                     Engineering Annual Meeting and Conference and 6th Construction Specialty Conference, Vancouver, Canada, pp. 32-1 – 32-10.
  20. Eid*, Mohamed and Islam El-adaway (2017), “Framework for Holistic Sustainable Disaster Recovery”, 2016 Canadian Society for Civil Engineering Annual Meeting and Conference and 6th Construction Specialty Conference, Vancouver, Canada, pp. 31-1 – 31-10.
  21. Ahmed*, Muaz, Islam El-adaway, Kalyn Coatney, and Mohamed Eid* (2016), “Understanding the Construction Winner’s Curse using Game Theory”, 2016 Construction Research Congress, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Puerto Rico, pp.  2160-2170.
  22. Eid*, Mohamed and Islam El-adaway (2016), “Sustainable Infrastructure Development through Integrating the Stakeholders Preferences and Host Community’s Environmental Resilience”, 2016 Construction Research Congress, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Puerto Rico, pp. 1658-1668.
  23. Eid*, Mohamed, Islam El-adaway, and Kalyn Coatney (2016), “Developing a Post Disaster Insurance Profile using Evolutionary Game Theory”, 2016 Construction Research Congress, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Puerto Rico, pp. 1486-1496.
  24. Eid*, Mohamed and Islam El-adaway (2015), “Optimizing Disaster Recovery Strategies using Agent-Based Simulation”, 2015 International Workshop on Computing in Civil Engineering, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Texas, United States, pp. 379-386
  25. Eid*, Mohamed, Islam El-adaway, and Kalyn Coatney (2015), “Using Game Theory for Creating Evolutionary Stable Strategy for Post Disaster Insurance”, 2015 Canadian Society for Civil Engineering Annual Meeting and Conference and 5th Construction Specialty Conference, Vancouver, Canada, pp. 029-1 – 029-10.
  26. Ahmed*, Muaz, Islam El-adaway, and Kalyn Coatney (2015), “Multi-stage Bidding for Construction Contracts: A Game Theory Approach”, 2015 Canadian Society for Civil                     Engineering Annual Meeting and Conference and 5th Construction Specialty Conference, Vancouver, Canada, pp. 030-1 – 030-10.
  27. Vechan*, Eric, and Islam El-adaway (2015), “Using Social Network Analysis to Identify and Mitigate Transportation Congestion and Delays” Paper # 15-1311, 94th Transportation Research Board Annual meeting, Washington D.C., United States.
  28. Ogburn*, Mark* and Islam El-adaway (2014), “Biddability, Constructability, Operability, and Environmental Analysis at the Engineer Research and Development Center”, 2014 Construction Research Congress, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Georgia, United States, pp. 1656-1665.
  29. LaBarre*, Philip Islam El-adaway, and Mohamed Eid* (2014), “The Potential of Construction Project Benchmarking in the Vicksburg District of the U.S Army Corps of Engineers”, 2014 Construction Research Congress, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Georgia, United States, pp. 1626-1636.
  30. Fawzy, Salwa and Islam El-adaway (2014), “Application of the Time “at large” Principle to Standard Forms of Contract”, 2014 Construction Research Congress, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Georgia, United States, pp. 1418-1427.
  31. Vechan*, Eric, and Islam El-adaway (2014), “Social Network Analysis for Infrastructure Transportation Systems”, 2014  Construction Research Congress, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Georgia, United States, pp. 1179-1188.
  32. Barber*, Herbert and Islam El-adaway (2014), “U.S Economic Indicators and Stock Prices of Construction Equipment Manufacturers: A Statistical Relationship Analysis”, 2014 Construction Research Congress, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Georgia, United States, pp. 1063-1072.
  33. Boz*, Mehmet, Islam El-adaway, and Mohamed Eid* (2014), “A Systems Approach for Sustainability Assessment of Civil Infrastructure Projects”, 2014 Construction Research Congress, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Georgia, United States, pp. 444-453.
  34. El-adaway, Islam (2013),“Systems Modeling Approach for Sustainable Infrastructure”, 2013 International Workshop on Computing in Civil Engineering, The American Society of Civil Engineers, California, United States, pp. 137-144.
  35. Barber*, Herbert and Islam El-adaway (2013), “Energy Production, Consumption, and Corruption in Sub-Sahara Africa’s Infrastructure Projects”, 2013 Canadian Society for Civil                     Engineering Annual Meeting and Conference and 4th Construction Specialty Conference, Ontario, Canada, CON-02, pp. 1-9.
  36. Boz*, Mehmet and Islam El-adaway (2013), “Dynamic Sustainability Assessment of the Built Environment”, 2013 Canadian Society for Civil Engineering Annual Meeting and Conference and 4th Construction Specialty Conference, Ontario, Canada, CON-01, pp. 1-10.
  37. Jennings, Marianne and Islam El-adaway (2012), “Framework to Address Ethical Issues in Multiple-Authored and Mentor-Supervised Engineering Publications”, 2012 American Society of Engineering Education 119th Annual Conference and Exposition, Texas, United States, CD-ROM.
  38. El-adaway, Islam, Gerald Emison, and Keith Coble (2012), “Natural Hazard Management: Integrated Framework for Engineering and Public Policy”, 2012 Construction Research Congress, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Indiana, United States, pp. 2180-2189.
  39. El-adaway, Islam and Dennis Truax (2012), “Problem-Based-Learning and Learning-Through-Service for Sustainability Education”, 2012 Construction Research Congress, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Indiana, United States, pp. 2111-2119.
  40. El-adaway, Islam and Jerome Knapp (2012), “Towards a More Sustainable Rating for the               Built Environment: A Proposal for Comprehensive Construction Assessment Framework”, 2012 Construction Research Congress, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Indiana, United States, pp. 1981-1990.
  41. El-adaway, Islam (2012), “Sustainable Management of Infrastructure Projects: The Role of Workers Satisfaction through Loss Reduction”, 2012 Construction Research Congress, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Indiana, United States, pp. 1540-1549.
  42. Fawzy, Salwa and Islam El-adaway (2012), “Applying Delay Analysis Techniques to the World Bank Funded Projects”, 2012 Construction Research Congress, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Indiana, United States, pp. 11-20.
  43. El-adaway, Islam and Dennis Truax (2012), “Using Innovative Teaching Pedagogies in Undergraduate Teaching”, 2012 American Society of Engineering Education - Southeastern Section Conference, Mississippi, United States, CD-ROM.
  44. Jennings, Marianne and Islam El-adaway (2012), “Ethical Concerns in Engineering Publications”, 2012 American Society of Engineering Education – Southeastern Section Conference, Mississippi, United States, CD-ROM.
  45. Fawzy, Salwa and Islam El-adaway (2011), “How Can U.S. Contractors Work Under World Bank Funded Projects”, 2011 Canadian Society for Civil Engineering Annual Meeting and Conference and 3rd Construction Specialty Conference, Ontario, Canada, pp. 2199-2209.
  46. El-adaway, Islam (2011), “Relational Contracting and High Performance Project  Ouctomes”, 2011 Canadian Society for Civil Engineering Annual Meeting and Conference and 3rd Construction Specialty Conference, Ontario, Canada, pp. 1946-1955.
  47. El-adaway, Islam, Tamer Breakah, and Safwan Khedr (2011), “Brick Masonry and Sustainable Construction”, 2011 International Conference on Sustainable Engineering, Design, and Construction, Missouri, United States, pp. 524-534.
  48. El-adaway, Islam (2010), “Integrated Education Plan for Natural Hazard Management”, 2010 Engineering Project Organizations Conference, The Engineering Project Organization Society, California, United States, CD-ROM.
  49. El-adaway, Islam (2010), Guaranteed Death Variable Annuities For Construction Workers Fatalities: A Conceptual Framework”, 6th International Conference on Innovation in Architecture, Engineering and Construction, Pennsylvania, United States, CD-ROM.
  50. El-adaway, Islam (2010),Guidelines for a Standard U.S. Project Partnering Contract”                2010 Construction Research Congress, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Alberta, Canada, pp. 919-928.
  51. El-adaway, Islam and Omar El-Anwar (2010),Developing Optimal Hazard Investment Strategies”, 2010 Construction Research Congress, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Alberta, Canada, pp. 420-429.
  52. El-adaway, Islam (2009),Role of Insurance in Mitigating Natural Catastrophic Risks”, 5th International Conference on Construction in the 21st Century, Istanbul, Turkey, pp. 358-363.
  53. El-adaway, Islam (2009),Role of Computer Simulation in Mitigating Natural Catastrophic Risks”, Technical Council on Lifeline Earthquake Engineering, The American Society of Civil Engineers, California, United States, pp. 1-9.
  54. El-adaway, Islam (2009),Financial Model for Insuring against Catastrophic Storm Risks”, 2009 Construction Research Congress, The American Society of Civil Engineers, Seattle, Washington, United States, pp. 675.684.
  55. El-adaway, Islam and Samer Ezeldin (2007), “An Overview of Contemporary Construction Dispute Resolution Mechanisms: Advantages and Disadvantages”, 5th International Conference on Construction Project Management (ICCPM), Singapore, CD-ROM.

RESEARCH INTEREST

  • Modeling and simulation (multi agent systems, system dynamics, and social network analysis)
  • Sustainable infrastructure management
  • Resilient hazard management
  • Energy management
  • Contractual and dispute management
  • Planning management
  • Safety management
  • Decision and risk management
  • Engineering education
  • Engineering ethics

HONORS AND AWARDS

  • 2020   Thomas Fitch Rowland Prize, American Society of Civil Engineers
  • 2019   Outstanding Reviewer, American Society of Civil Engineers
  • 2019   Top Professional, Engineering News Record Midwest
  • 2018   Outstanding Reviewer, American Society of Civil Engineers
  • 2018   Editor’s Choice Peer-Reviewed Journal Paper, American Society of Civil Engineers
  • 2018   Editor’s Choice Peer-Reviewed Journal Paper, American Society of Civil Engineers
  • 2017   Outstanding Reviewer, American Society of Civil Engineers
  • 2017   Best-Peer Reviewed Journal Paper, American Society of Civil Engineers
  • 2017   Teaching Recognition Award, University of Tennessee – Knoxville
  • 2016   Outstanding Reviewer, American Society of Civil Engineers
  • 2016   Outstanding Reviewer, American Society of Civil Engineers
  • 2015   Outstanding Reviewer, American Society of Civil Engineers
  • 2014   New Faculty Research Award, American Society of Engineering Education
  • 2014   Academy of Distinguished Teachers, Mississippi State University
  • 2014   Undergraduate Publication Award, Mississippi State University
  • 2012   Outstanding Reviewer, American Society of Civil Engineers
  • 2012   David Carlisle Hull Faculty Leadership, Mississippi State University
  • 2012   Frontiers of Engineering Education, National Academy of Engineering
  • 2011   New Faculty Research Award, Mississippi State University
  • 2010   Chin Crane Faculty State Pride Award, Mississippi State University

COLLABORATIONS

  • Purdue University
  • University of Wisconsin – Madison
  • University of Arkansas
  • University of Tennessee – Knoxville
  • Mississippi State University
  • Oregon State University
  • James Madison University
  • The American University in Cairo
  • Mansoura University

EDITORSHIP

  • Guest Editor: Impact on Architecture, Engineering, and Construction During and Post COVID-19, Journal of Management in Engineering, American Society of Civil Engineers
  • Associate Editor, Journal of Management in Engineering, American Society of Civil Engineers