Generating synthetic samples using Voronoi tessellations and understanding the influence on shape tolerances on rock strength
Aly Abdelaziz is working on his PhD in Civil Engineering with Prof. Grasselli at the University of Toronto.
He received his B-Eng (2007) in Civil Engineering (Structures) at Benha University in Egypt.
Between 2007 and 2015, Aly worked in geotechnical investigation, construction monitoring and laboratory materials testing in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. He returned to academia to expand his knowledge and make connections between that knowledge and industry. His current research interests include generating synthetic samples using Voronoi tessellations and understanding the influence on shape tolerances on rock strength.
Aly is a running fanatic on the verge of running his first half marathon, and a hobby-baker.
Team: LNG Supply
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