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Bibliogr aphy 1. Haque, M.E. "Web-based Visualization Techniques for Structural Design Education" American Society for Engineering Education, 2001 ASEE Annual Conference Proceedings, Section 2793 Multimedia, Albuquerque, NM, (2001). 2. Haque M.E., Vamadevan A., Duraimurugar S., and Gandlur Y. Java and VRML based Interactive Reinforced Concrete Design Course Studio. American Society for Engineering Education, ASEE 2000 Annual Conference Proceeding, Section 1315 Use of Computer Technology to Enhance CE Education, St. Louis, MO, (2000). 3. Haque, M.E. "3-D Visualization and Animation Techniques in Structural Design Education," the International Conference on IT in Construction in Africa – Construction Information Technology, CIB W78 Conference Proceedings, pp. 2.1 – 2.9, Mpumalanga, South Africa, (2001). 4. Klett, F. “Designing a virtual learning space with 3D real-time presentation and advanced navigation” the 32nd ASEE/IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference Proceedings, session S2E, Boston, MA, (2002) 5. Jain K. and Noble, D. An interactive Web-based teaching tool for simplified 3D analysis of solar rhythms. Elsevier, Automation in Construction, pp. 181-194, 8(1998). 6. Haque, M.E. “Interactive animation and visualization in a virtual soil mechanics laboratory” the 31st ASEE/IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference Proceedings, session T1C, Reno, NV, (2001) 7. Kocijancic, S. and O’Sullivan, C. “Integrating virtual and true laboratory in science and technology education” the 32nd ASEE/IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference Proceedings, session T2E, Boston, MA, (2002) 8. Tatum, C. B. Balancing engineering and management in construction education. Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, 113, 10-17 (1987). 9. AbouRizk, S. M., & Sawhney, A. Simulation and gaming in construction engineering education. Paper presented at the American Society for Engineering Education conference. (1994) Retrieved Aug 1, 2003, from www.informs-cs.org/wsc98papers/179.PDF
MOHAMMED E. HAQUE, Ph.D., P.E. Dr. Mohammed E. Haque is the Cecil O. Windsor, Jr. Endowed Professor of the Department of Construction Science at Texas A&M University at College Station, Texas. He has over fifteen years of professional experience in analysis, design, and investigation of building, bridges and tunnel structural projects of various city and state governments and private sectors. Dr. Haque is a registered Professional Engineer in the states of New York, Pennsylvania and Michigan, and members of ASEE, ASCE, and ACI. Dr. Haque received a BSCE from Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology, a MSCE and a Ph.D. in Civil/Structural Engineering from New Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark, New Jersey. His research interests include fracture mechanics of engineering materials, composite materials and advanced construction materials, computer applications in structural analysis and design, artificial neural network applications, knowledge based expert system developments, application based software developments, and buildings/ infrastructure/ bridges/tunnels inspection and database management systems.
Mr. Murtuza Aluminiumwalla is a graduate student of the Department of Construction Science, Texas A&M University. He received his Bachelor in Construction Engineering from the University of Bombay, India.
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