List of selected publications
Boguslawski, L. Mahdjoubi, V. Zverovich, F. Fadli, (2016) Automated Construction of Variable Density Navigable Networks in a 3D Indoor Environment for Emergency Response, V72-P2- Pp. Elsevier Automation in Construction.
Zverovich, L. Mahdjoubi, P. Boguslawski, F. Fadli, H. Barki. (2016) Emergency Response in Complex Buildings: Automated Selection of Safest and Balanced Routes, Wiley Computer-Aided Civil and Infrastructure Engineering.
Fadli, H. Barki, P. Boguslawski, L. Mahdjoubi. (2015) 3D scene capture: a comprehensive review of techniques and tools for efficient Life Cycle Analysis (LCA) and Emergency Preparedness (EP) applications, WIT Transactions on the Built Environment, volume 149, pp. 85-96.
Barki, F. Fadli, A. Shaat, P. Boguslawski, L. Mahdjoubi. (2015), BIM models generation from 2D CAD drawings and 3D scans: an analysis of challenges and opportunities for AEC practitioners WIT Transactions on the Built Environment, volume 149, pp. 369-380.
Boguslawski, L. Mahdjoubi, V. Zverovich, F. Fadli, H. Barki. (2015) BIM-GIS model integration in support of emergency response applications, WIT Transactions on the Built Environment, volume 149, pp. 381-392.
Fadli, F, Sobhey, M, Asadi, R and E. Elserrag (2014), Environmental Impact Assessment of New Districts Development-in WIT Transactions on the Built Environment.142:517-528.Ashurst, UK.
Maimani, A; Salama, A; Fadli, F (2014) Exploring Socio-Spatial Aspects of Traditional Souqs: The case of Suq Mutrah (Oman). Archnet-IJAR-International Journal of Architectural Research, V.8, I 1, PP. 50-65, ISSN# 1994-6961
Fadli, F (2013) Digitizing Vanishing Heritage in the MENA region, case of Qatar, QF-ARC’13, DOI: 10.5339/qfarf.2013.SSHP-029. Doha, Qatar.
Fadli, F (2012) Emerging sustainability assessment tools in the MENA region: An analytical evaluation –QFARF 2012-QNCC, DOI:10.5339/qfarf.2012.EEP93
Fadli, F (2012) The Impossible Mosque, Spatial Creation and Architectural Mutation for Cultural Needs in Northern Ireland – Open House International V37.No2. Pp.82-91.
Fadli, F and Sibley, M (2008) The Historic Hammams of Cairo Safeguarding a Vanishing Heritage, Journal of Architectural Conservation, V. 14. N3, November 2008, Donhead publishers. Dorest-UK. Pp. 59-80.
Sibley, M and Fadli, F (2008) The Surviving Historic Hammāms of the Medina of Tripoli, Libya: Tangible and Intangible Dimensions in International Journal of Architectural Research. Volume 2, Issue 3, November 2008. Pp.93-108.
Fadli, F and Sibley, M (2007) Measuring Sustainability Levels of Tourist Resorts: STAM and the Use of Radar Diagrams. In: CSAAR- The Centre for the Study of Architecture in the Arab Region- (eds) Regional Architecture and Identity in the Age of Globalization (CSAAR), Tunis. Pp 1315-1331.
Fadli, F & Sibley, M (2004) “Coastal Tourism Development in Algiers (Algeria), how sustainable is it?” Global Built Environment Review- GBER. Vol.4-No1, pp.39-46. UK.
Fadli, F (TBC) Risk assessment of vulnerable buildings: Design, materiality and spatiality. (Forthcoming details TBC)
Fadli, F (TBC) Urban Sustainability Capabilities of Emerging Metropolis cases from the MENA region- (Forthcoming details TBC)
Under revision/review process papers
couple of papers are under-review.
In press: TBA.
Books & Book Chapters
Fadli F (2017-tbc) Sustainable Tourism Development in the Mediterranean Region: The Development of a Sustainability Assessment Model. (details TBC)
Fadli, H. Barki, A. Shaat, L. Mahdjoubi, P. Boguslawski, V. Zverovich. (2016), 3D Capture Techniques for BIM enabled LCM, Book of proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Product Lifecyle Management (PLM 15).
Sibley, M and Fadli, F (2009) “The Utopian Space of the Islamic Bathhouse or Hammam”, in Phillips, R (ed) “Muslims Spaces of Hope: geographies of possibility in Britain and the West”. Zed Books, London.
Recent conference papers
Fadli, F (2015) Recent SATs and Urban Apps, in International Association of Impact Assessment International Conference, IAIA 2015, 20-23rd April 2015 Florence, Italy
Fadli, F (2014) New Generation Sustainability Assessment Models (SAMs)-Application for Urban Districts & Neighbourhoods, World Sustainable Building Congress WSB14-Oct 2014 Barcelona, Spain
Fadli, F (2014) Sustainability Assessment Vs Building Performance; An Innovative Review, PMA 2014-Aarhus-International Conference on Performance Management and Assessment-Aarhus 25-27th June 2014.
Fadli, F, Sobhey, M, Asadi, R and E. Elserrag (2014), Environmental Impact Assessment of New Districts Development-Ancona 13-16th May 2014-Italy.
Fadli, F (2014) Guest-Speaker, Emerging Cities of the MENA & Gulf Regions; An Insight into Sustainability: Concepts, issues and challenges, The Department of Urban Planning & Design-Faculty of Architecture, BME Budapest-April 16th 2014.
Fadli, F (2014) SB Lab Conference, Rome-Italy.
Fadli, F (2013) Emerging contextual tools SATS, focus on the MENA region. SB13 Munich-Sustainability barriers and chances, Munich Germany 23-26th April 2013.
Fadli F, (2012) Assessment models in the MENA region: an analytical study of QSAS. In Amoeda, R et al. BSA 2012 – Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Building Sustainability Assessment.
Fadli F, (2012) Lessons from the Past: The Sustainability Capacities of the Islamic Medina and its Urban Fabric and Buildings. Budapest University of Technology and Economy, BME, Budapest (March 2012).
Fadli F, Sibley M (2009). Revitalising Traditional Hammams of North Africa; a survival into the 21st century. International Association for People-environment Studies–IAPS –CSBE Housing Networks-2009 conference. International Symposium: Revitalising Built Environments-Istanbul, Turkey 12-16 October 2009.
Fadli F, Sibley M (2009) Hammams of North Africa: An architectural study of sustainability concepts in a historical traditional building. Passive & Low Energy Architecture Conference -PLEA 2009. 26th Conference on Passive and Low Energy Architecture, Quebec City, Canada, 22nd -24th June 2009
Fadli F, Sibley M (2009) Sustainability Lessons from Traditional Buildings in North Africa: The Public Bathhouses: Hammams. 3rd CIB Conference on Smart & Sustainable Built Environment –SASBE 2009, Delft-Netherlands 15th -19th June2009.
Fadli F, Sibley M (Sept 2009). The Mamluk Hammams of Cairo, School of Oriental & African Studies-London 2009.
Fadli, F and Sibley, M (2008) `The Restoration of Hammams in Cairo: How sustainable is it?’ Heritage 2008 International Conference: World Heritage and Sustainable Development, Vila Nova de Foz CoA a, Portugal, 7-9 May 2008.Pp.631- 640.
Fadli, F (2008) The (Im) possible Mosque of Northern Ireland Spatial creation and architectural mutation for cultural identity needs. Muslim Geographies Conference, Liverpool 5th April 2008.
Fadli, F and Sibley, M (2007) Measuring Sustainability Levels of Tourist Resorts: STAM and the Use of Radar Diagrams. The Centre for the Study of Architecture in the Arab Region- (CSAAR), November 2007- Tunis.
Fadli, F (2001) “Measuring the immeasurable- Assessing Sustainability for Tourism Architecture around the Mediterranean” Inter-school conference Proceedings, Oxford Brookes University.