Dr Ziad Abdeldayem PhD, FHEA
Senior Lecturer in Geomatic Engineering, Department of Civil Engineering, Liverpool John Moores University.
Dr Abdeldayem graduated from the University of Aleppo, Faculty of Civil Engineering in 2001. He received the vice-chancellor award for achieving the highest grade in the Department of Geomatic Engineering. Following research leading to an MSc and a PhD degree at the University of Cairo, he joined the Centre for Remote Sensing in Damascus as a Researcher in 2010. He then moved to the University of Liverpool in 2014 as an Honorary Research Fellow, and then as a Lecturer till joining Liverpool John Moores University in 2018.
1.The applications of GIS, remote sensing and spatial data analysis in mapping, digital infrastructure, sustainable built environment, Earth sciences, archaeology, forestry, geography, water resources management, etc.
2. LiDAR (Light Detection And Ranging) data processing
3. InSAR (Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar) data analysis
4. Drones (UAVs) for Civil and Geomatic Engineering applications
2009, Cairo University, Egypt, PhD in Geomatic Engineering
2005, Cairo University, Egypt, MSc in Geomatic Engineering
2002, Aleppo University, Syria, PGCert in History of Applied Science
2001, Aleppo University, Syria, BSc in Civil Engineering
Abdeldayem Z, Markiewicz J, Kansara K, Edwards L. 2020. Extracting Terrain Points from Airborne Laser Scanning Data in Densely Forested Areas International Journal of Geological and Environmental Engineering, 14 :140-144 Publisher Url Public Url
Abdeldayem Z. Automatic Weighted Splines Filter (AWSF): A New Algorithm for Extracting Terrain Measurements From Raw LiDAR Point Clouds IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote Sensing, DOI Author Url Public Url
Engagement & Impact
Fellow of Higher Education Academy, Higher Education Academy. 2017