Faculty of Architecture
Prof. Khaled Youssef is a Professor in the Department of Architecture, Faculty of Architecture, King Salman International University, Egypt. He has been granted his bachelor’s and M.Sc. degrees in Architectural Engineering from Assiut University, Egypt, and his PhD degree through a channel system between Assiut University, Egypt and Kunstuniversitat Linz, Austria.
Dr. Youssef has 25 published papers in refereed journals and international conferences held in Egypt, UK, KSA, Turkey, UAE, Malaysia, Australia and Spain. He has a published book in Architectural Design Teaching, as well as a translated book in Knowledge Cities.
He has participated in two research projects funded by Johannes Kepler University, Austria. In 2002, he has been awarded the fifth prize for designing a ‘Stores and cars shelter’ building owned by Voest-Alpine Company-Linz, Austria. In 2005, Dr. Youssef has been awarded the British Council PhD Research Competition Award in Egypt. In 2012, he won the 1st Prize in the Assiut-branch of Engineers’ Syndicate Design Competition.
Prof. Dr. Youssef has participated in the preliminary design, design development and final design activities of valuable projects in Egypt and Saudi Arabia. Fields of interest and specialization include theories of architecture, BIM, architectural design and knowledge cities.
Theories of architecture, BIM, architectural design and knowledge cities.
Architecture Program Director
3. ‘Architecture of ‘Fear’: The Case Study of Souk El-Nagem, Old Taima, Saudi Arabia’. IEREK: Conference of Conservation and Architectural Heritage, Luxor-Aswan, 23rd -27th November 2015, and ELSEVIER, Procedia – Social and Behavioral Sciences 225 (2016) 74 – 84.