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Faculty of Engineering & Technology
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Yehya Serag

Basic information

Name : Yehya Serag
Title: Professor
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Personal Info: professor of Urban and Regional Planning

Education

Certificate Major University Year
PhD Urban planning Louvain Catholic University in Belgium- Faculty Of Engineering 2008
Masters Urban Planning Catholic University of Leuven Belgium 2002
Bachelor Urban Planning Ain-Shams University 1999

Researches /Publications

Dealing with Informal areas between Clearance and Upgrading in Cities of the Global South A comparative analysis of case studies in Medellin – Colombia , Cairo – Egypt and Mecca – Saudi Arabi

YEHYA MOHAMED MOHAMED SERAG

01/05/2020

This research examines three cases of dealing with slums in the global South between clearance and upgrading, where each case is unique in terms of its context and settings.A comparative analysis of case studies in Medellin – Colombia , Cairo – Egypt and Mecca – Saudi Arabi.

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Urban planner on the move: lessons learned from cities of Post –War Reconstruction

YEHYA MOHAMED MOHAMED SERAG

Ghada Farouk Hassan, Abeer Elshater.

01/12/2018

The presentation shows the lessons learned from the post war reconstruction attempts in Lebanon and Bosnia.

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Physical Impacts of Social networking, some lessons from the Egyptian Lotus revolution

YEHYA MOHAMED MOHAMED SERAG

01/01/2011

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Border settlements in Egypt: Between trans-border cooperation and defending the sovereignty of

YEHYA MOHAMED MOHAMED SERAG

01/05/2010

Throughout the 20th and 21st century, the border regions in Egypt witnessed both armed conflicts and political disputes with neighboring countries that questioned the state's control over its land and borders. The political relationships between Egypt and its neighbors shifted several times from being tense to becoming more cooperative and vice versa. These shifts had direct physical impacts on the planning and development of border communities, and the level of attention that these communities gain from the state.

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Give me a fish until you teach me how to fish An integrated development approach proposed in Upper Egypt

YEHYA MOHAMED MOHAMED SERAG

01/01/2009

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People's will: The case of human settlements development in Frafra

YEHYA MOHAMED MOHAMED SERAG

01/01/2008

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