M. Sc. Amir Aboelata
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- Ph.D. candidate, Institute of Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning, TU Berlin since 2019.
- Assistant lecturer in Faculty of Urban Planning, Urban Design and Landscape Architecture Department, Cairo University – 2008 – 2017.
- Freelance work in various planning, urban design, and landscape architecture offices – 2008 – 2017.
- Degree M.Sc. “Study the urban strategies that could be used to Mitigate Urban Heat Island in megacity Cairo” – 2013.
- Reviewer in Elsevier Journals such as
Building and Environment, Urban Climate, Sustainable Cities and
Conference and workshop contributions
- Lecturer in International conference in Warsaw, Poland, Investigating urban vegetation impact on thermal performance in densely built-up areas in Cairo, Poland. 2018.
- Lecturer in a conference about using mitigation strategies in Algouna, TU Berlin Algouna, Egypt. 2016.
- Measuring campaign and urban climate workshop, TU Berlin Algouna, Egypt. 2013.
- Workshop “Eco-city planning”, Aswan, Egypt. Cooperating with Lincoln University, 2012.
Aboelata, A., Sodoudi, S. 2020. Evaluating the effect of trees on
UHI mitigation and reduction of energy usage in different built up
areas in Cairo. Building and Environment. Vol. 168. 106490
Aboelata, A. 2020. Vegetation in different street orientations of
aspect ratio (H/W 1:1) to mitigate UHI and reduce buildings' energy in
arid climate. Building and Environment. Vol. 172. 106712
Aboelata, A., Sodoudi, S. 2019. Evaluating urban vegetation
scenarios to mitigate urban heat island and reduce buildings' energy
in dense built-up areas in Cairo. Building and Environment. Vol.
Aboelata, A. 2017. Study the vegetation as urban strategy to mitigate Urban Heat Island in mega city Cairo. Procedia Environmental Sciences. Vol. 37. P. 386-395. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.proenv.2017.03.004