Principal Engineer

Monzer I. Faramawi, Ph. D., P.E.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

 

2002 - Present: Structures International Inc. - Principal Engineer

1998 - 2001: Jenkins & Charland, Inc. - Project Manager

1996 - 1998: John Portman & Associates - Structural Engineer

1996 - 1996: Vanderbilt University - Instructor

1991 - 1995: Vanderbilt University - Research Assistant

 

EDUCATION

 

VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY, Nashville, TN

Ph.D., Civil Engineering, May 1996

Major: Structural Engineering

Minor: Mechanical Engineering

 

VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY, Nashville, TN

M.S., Civil Engineering (Structural Engineering), May 1992

 

BEIRUT ARAB UNIVERSITY, Beirut, Lebanon

B.S., Civil Engineering (5 Year Curriculum), 1988

 

PUBLICATIONS    

 

Faramawi, M.I., Carney III, J.F., “Finite Element Modeling of Narrow Hazard

Crash Cushions’ Proceedings of the 32nd Annual Technical Meeting of the Society of Engineering Science, New Orleans, Louisiana, pp. 85-86 November 1995.

 

Carney, J.F., III, Faramawi, M.I., and S. Chatterjee, “Development of Reusable High Molecular Weight/High Density Polyethylene Crash Cushion,” Transportation Research Board, Washington D.C. 1997.

 

Carney, J.F., III and M.I. Faramawi, “Reusable Impact Attenuation Devices,” Proceedings of the IV ASME Symposium on Crashworthiness and Occupant Protection in Transportation Systems, San Francisco, California, pp. 161-177, November 1995.

 

Ray, M.H., J.F. Carney III, M.I. Faramawi, and L.A. Troxel, “Severity Measures in Side Impact Collisions with Narrow Roadside Structures,” Journal of Transportation Engineering, ASCE, Vol. 120, No. 2, pp. 322-338, 1994.

 

Faramawi, M.I., M.H. Ray, and J.F. Carney III, “Side Impact Crash Testing,” Reports FHWA-RD-92-031, 032, 033, 034, 035, 036, 037, 046, 047, 048, 051, 053, Federal Highway Administration, DTFH61-88-R-00092, 1992.