Dr. Mostafa Batouli is an Assistant Professor of Construction Engineering in the department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at The Citadel. Dr. Batouli received his PhD in Civil and Environmental Engineering from Florida International University. He also holds Master of Public Administration and Graduate Certificate in Homeland Security and Emergency Management from FIU, Master of Science in Civil Engineering/Construction Engineering and Management from IAU, and Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering/Surveying from University of Tehran.
Prior to joining The Citadel, he was a Visiting Professor of Construction Management in the Moss School of Construction, Infrastructure, and Sustainability at FIU. Dr. Batouli teaches diverse range of courses in civil engineering, construction engineering, and construction/project management. As a teacher, he aims to inspire his students to think intensively and critically and to live ethically and morally.
Dr. Batouli’s major area of research is system-of-systems analysis of sustainability and resilience in civil infrastructure. He is particularly interested in studying human-infrastructure-environment interactions. His previous research has resulted in more than 20 referred journal and conference publications as well as three research reports. His past research received major awards and honors including a third-place best poster award from the construction research congress and a Dissertation Year Fellowship from Florida International University in 2016.
System-of-Systems Analysis of Sustainability, Resilience in Civil Infrastructure, Coastal Resilience.
Construction Engineering, Estimating, Quality Management, Project Management, Scheduling, Construction Methods, Commercial Construction and Equipment.