UF College of Design, Construction & Planning

Idris Jeelani

Assistant Professor
M.E. Rinker, Sr. School of Construction Management
Phone Number: 352-273-1164
Education:

Ph.D. Civil Engineering, North Carolina State University, 2019
M.S. Civil Engineering, North Carolina State University, 2016
B.Tech. Civil Engineering, NIT Silchar, 2011

Biographical Information:

SPECIAL FIELDS

Construction Safety, Visual Attention & Visual Search, Computer Vision and Machine Learning Analytics for Construction applications, Human-Computer Interaction, Virtual Reality & Augmented virtuality.

 

SELECTED AWARDS

  • 2017 Best Paper Award: ASCE Journal of Construction Engineering & Management (JCEM)
  • Nominated for the ASCE 2017 Norman Medal Award
  • Project Management Institute (PMI) North Carolina Chapter Scholarship Award, 2018
  • Thomas G Coffey Award, North Carolina State University, 2016

 

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Jeelani, I., Albert, A., Han, K., & Azevedo, R. (2019). Are Visual Search Patterns Predictive of Hazard Recognition Performance? Empirical Investigation Using Eye-Tracking Technology. Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, 145(1).

 

Jeelani, I., Han, K., & Albert, A. (2018). Automating and scaling personalized safety training using eye-tracking data. Automation in Construction, 93, 63–77.

 

Jeelani, Idris, Kevin Han, and Alex Albert (2018). “Scaling Personalized Safety Training Using Automated Feedback Generation.” Construction Research Congress 2018. 2018.

 

Jeelani, I., Han, K., & Albert, A. (2017). Development of immersive personalized training environment for construction workers. In Computing in Civil Engineering 2017: Sensing, Simulation, and Visualization (pp. 407–415).

 

Jeelani, I., Albert, A., Azevedo, R., & Jaselskis, E. (2016). Development and testing of a personalized hazard-recognition training intervention. Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, 143(5).

**Best Paper**

 

Jeelani, I., Albert, A., & Gambatese, J. (2016). Why do construction hazards remain unrecognized at the work interface? Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, 143(5).

**ASCE Top Engineering articles November 2017**

**Most Downloaded Paper JCEM Aug 2017 to November 2017**