Dr. Wahda Shuker Mahmoud Hinkawi
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Dr. Wahda Shuker Mahmoud Hinkawi

Professor
Department of Architectural Engineering, University of Technology, Iraq


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Urban Design from University of Technology, Iraq

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Area of Interest:

Physical Science Engineering
100%
Architectural Engineering
62%
Urban Planning and Geo Information Management
90%
Architecture
75%
Quality Assurance
55%

Research Publications in Numbers

Books
0
Chapters
0
Articles
35
Abstracts
15

Selected Publications

  1. Al-Saadawi, B.A. and W.Sh. Al-Hinkawi, 2020. Role of urban malleability’s mechanisms on sustaining cities. IOP Conf. Ser.: Mater. Sci. Eng., 10.1088/1757-899X/745/1/012165.
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  2. Hasan, N.A., W.S. Al-Hinkawi and A. Alatta, 2017. The role of planning urban axes in the sustainability of Iraqi cities Mosul-case study. Int. J. Architect., 3: 18-33.
  3. Alkubaissy, S.F. and W.S. Al-Hinkawi, 2017. The impact of planning policies on the cities' morphological transformations city of Kirkuk as a case study. Int. J. Civil Eng. Technol., 8: 1104-1116.
  4. Al-Hinkawi, W.S., N.A.M. Hassan and A.A. Moahmmed, 2017. The role of accessibility in promoting the dimensions of urban development Rasheed street case. J. Planner Dev., 5: 94-108.
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  5. Al-Hinkawi, W.S., 2017. The emergence of urban joints in cities. Int. J. Civil Eng. Technol., 8: 142-156.
  6. Hassan, N.A.M. and W.S. Al-Hinkawi, 2014. Visual continuity of traditional vocabulary in contemporary urban development projects. J. Eng., 20: 1-23.
  7. Al-Qaraghuli, A.S. and W.S. Al-Hinkawi, 2012. The designed housing projects as an alternative for the informal building and their impact in addressing the heterogeneity of the urban escape in the built residential areas. J. Eng., 18: 160-186.
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  8. Al-Hinkawi, W.S. and M.H. Haki, 2009. Formal transformation in urban context analytical study to the formal transformation in urban context by using the remote sensing. Iraqi J. Architect. Plan., 5: 60-82.