Amira Majeed Al Samarrai , a lecturer in the faculty of Engineering and Architecture (CoEA), department of Architecture and Interior Architecture (AIA). Previously was a lecturer in Architecture in Prince Sultan University, KSA. Prior that, she was an assistant Lecturer, in the Architecture department – Arab Academy for Science, Technology &Maritime Transport – Cairo– Egypt and Teaching Assistant in the Architecture department – Modern Academy for Engineering and technology, Cairo – Egypt.
She obtained Bachelor of Science in Architectural Engineering, Helwan University, Egypt,2002. Her MSc. in Architecture and Urban Design, from Cairo University. Her Fellowship degree in Higher Education, in 2016 from the Higher Education Academy, UK. She has more than 13 years of professional experience in teaching university-level courses. Al Samarrai is an expert in Building Technology, Building Construction, Urban Management and Disaster Management.
-AlSamarrai;A,(2018),Towards resilient post-conflict-city; Insights from Urban Planning; 2nd Memaryat International Conference, Architecture and Urban Resilience, Effat University, Jeddah, KSA , Journal of Urban and Environmental Engineering (JUEE)- Vol 12, No 1 (2018)
-Al Samarrai; A. (2016), The role of haptic learning in understanding construction; A joinery workshop experiment, Action Research, Higher Education Teaching and Learning Certificate Program Action Research Mini Conference, Prince Sultan University Publications 4 , 2016
-Al Samarrai; A. (2012) Post-war Reconstruction Programs: Socio-economic and political effects on post war reconstruction programs, MSc. Thesis, Cairo University, Egypt