R. Raymond Issa
Ph.D. Civil Engineering 1981
J.D. Law, 1985; Licensed P.E.
Construction Law; Project Management; Modular/Manufactured Construction; Human Resources/Organizational Behavior; Construction Ontologies and Semantics; Virtual and Augmented Reality; Building Information Modeling (BIM); Facilities Management; Laser Scanning Applications; Smart Devices and UAV Applications in Construction; Flexible and Dynamic Process Modeling and Workflow Integration; Database Systems; Intelligent Computing; Neural Networks; Data Mining; Data Interoperability; Structural Analysis and Design; Operations, Maintenance, Damage Assessment, Repair and Rehabilitation of Structures; Discrete Field Analysis; Finite Elements Analysis, Dynamic and Elastic Stability, Experimental Stress Analysis of Structures; Analysis/Design of Guyed Structures; and Soils and Foundations Analysis.
Consultant to various construction companies and on several engineering projects; Professor of Computer and Information Sciences; Mississippi Valley State University; Associate Professor, Architectural and Construction Engineering Technology; University of Southern Mississippi; ASEE/NASA 1992 Summer Fellow.
Over 300 books, book chapters, journal papers, and conference proceedings papers.
American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE); American Arbitration Association; Sigma Lambda Chi; Chi Epsilon.
Chief Editor, American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Journal of Computing in Civil Engineering; Vice President for North America, Pan American Association of Engineering Societies; Board of Directors, National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER).
Fellow American Society of Civil Engineers; University of Florida Research Professor; 2012 ASCE Computing in Civil Engineering Award; Pan American Engineering Academy.