Mohamed Elkarmoty holds B.Sc. (2009) and M.Sc (2013) in Mining Engineering from Cairo University. His M.Sc. thesis title was "New Proposed Techniques for Optimum Pit Limit Heuristic Algorithms and Software Development". He has been awarded the Ph.D. degree from University of Bologna (2018) for the thesis entitled "Rock Mass Fracture Detection and Modeling Using GPR for Evaluation and Production Optimization of Ornamental Stone Deposits."
He has experience in assisting of teaching several mining and geo-engineering courses. His research interests are: open pit mine planning and design, quarrying production optimization, applications of programming in mining, Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR), fracture modeling, rock slope stability, and 3D visualization of modeled geologic data.
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