David Binning is a water resources engineer with over 30 years in the design, construction, operation and management of public water and waste water systems. Currently he is the Director of Infrastructure Programs at Applied Engineering Management Corporation. David Binning joined the Department of Civil, Environmental, and Infrastructure Engineering as an adjunct faculty member in 2001, teaching hydraulics, design of sustainable public water and waste water treatment facilities, and risk and reliability analysis.
Dr. Doaa Bondok received her Bachelor degree in Civil Engineering from Zagazig University in Egypt with an Excellence with Honor Award. She received her Master’s and Ph.D. degrees in Structural Engineering from the University of Missouri-Columbia. Doaa, currently, works as a part-time faculty at Westminster College where she teaches and develops engineering courses. In addition to her contributions in the “blast load design and analysis” research area, she is interested in infusing diversity and integrating research in her teaching pursuits.
Dr. Wenying Ji received his PhD in construction engineering and management from the University of Alberta and is now a postdoctoral fellow at the same institution. He also holds a MS degree from Texas A&M University and a BS degree from Southeast University. Dr. Ji is an interdisciplinary scholar focused on the integration of advanced data analytics, complex system simulation, and construction management to enhance decision-support processes of the AEC industry having authored numerous, high-quality publications in this area.