Current Program: PhD in Civil Engineering
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Mohammad Kamali received his BSc in Civil Engineering from Sharif University of Technology, Tehran, in 2004. He also earned his MSc degree in Civil Engineering in 2008. Mohammad’s research focuses on the life cycle sustainability performance assessment of buildings constructed by modular construction as the primary method of off-site construction. The main output of his research will be a decision support tool that can assist with making informed decisions on selection of the best method of construction (modular vs. conventional). Furthermore, it can be used to explore and improve low sustainability performing areas over the life cycle of a new modular building design, even if the decision on the construction method has already been made. Aside from his academic experience, Mohammad gained valuable experience working for various design and construction companies as a civil engineer.