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In June 2015, Rawia joined the University of Huddersfield as a Research Fellow. Rawia obtained a PhD in Transport Network Resilience from the Institute of Transport Studies, University of Leeds and an MSc with Distinction in Energy and Environment from the Faculty of Environment, University of Leeds. Rawia’s first degree was a BSc (Hons) in Civil Engineering.
Rawia was awarded a number of awards as a recognition of her research quality and innovation during her PhD period as listed below:
Rawia has joined the University’s research activities as part of the Strategic Partnership between the Rail Safety and Standards Board and the Institute of Railway Research. Rawia currently works in On Train Monitoring and Recording (OTMR) aiming to identify Safety Performance Indicators (SPIs) for behaviour of drivers from OTMR data and recording systems. She is also investigating the implementation of these SPIs across passenger train operating companies.
Rawia obtained a number of scholarships during her research career, for example, White Rose PhD scholarship (2010-2014) and EPSRC scholarship for MSc degree (2008-2009).
EL Rashidy, R. and Grant-Muller, S. (2017) ‘A Composite Resilience Index for Road Transport Networks’ Proceedings of the ICE - Transport . ISSN 0965-092X
EL Rashidy, R. and Grant-Muller, S. (2016) ‘The evaluation of redundancy for road traffic networks.’ Transport , 31 (4), pp. 427-439. ISSN 1648-4142
EL Rashidy, R. and Grant-Muller, S. (2015) ‘An operational indicator for network mobility using fuzzy logic.’ Expert Systems with Applications , 42 (9), pp. 4582-4594. ISSN 09574174
EL Rashidy, R. and Grant Muller, S. (2014) ‘An Assessment Method for Highway Network Vulnerability’ Journal of Transport Geography , 34, pp. 34-43. ISSN 0966-6923
EL Rashidy, R. and Grant Muller, S. (2014) ‘A network mobility indicator using a fuzzy logic approach’. In: TRB 93rd Annual Meeting Compendium of Papers. Washington: Transportation Research Board. pp. 1-14.
EL Rashidy, R. and Van Gulijk, C. (2016) ‘Driver Competence Performance Indicators Using OTMR’. In: CIT2016. Congreso de Ingeniería del Transporte (XII Congress of Transport Engineering, 7th - 9th June 2016, Valencia, Spain , pp. 1-8
EL Rashidy, R. and Grant-Muller, S. (2012) ‘Resilience Assignment Framework using System Dynamics and Fuzzy Logic.’. In: UTSG 2012, January 2012, Aberdeen , pp. 1-12
In recognition of research work, Rawia received the following prizes and awards:
Scholarships: White Rose scholarship for my PhD project (2010-2014) and EPSRC scholarship for my MSc course (2008-2009).
Rawia is a member of ACAS working group aiming to develop a set of agreed standards covering conduct and behaviour that will be implemented across the School of Computing and Engineering in the near future.
Rawia will be the module coordinator for the Risk Analysis and Energy Safety Management modules which will form part of the MSc in Railway Systems Safety and Risk that is due to start in September 2016.