Since joining Souther Alberta Institute of Technology to teach in the Bachelor of Science in Construction Project Management program, Dr. Azzeddine Oudjehane has fostered an environment for training the next generation of construction project managers in Alberta and Canada whilst developing scholarly and applied research opportunities that meet the needs of the construction and related industry sectors.
With over 30 years of experience leading multi-disciplinary projects in R&D, business innovation and market development, he has worked with various stakeholders from Academia, Government and Industry and in different international settings. Oudjehane holds graduate degrees in both Applied Science and Business Administration. With over 100 publications and presentations at international conferences, Dr. Oudjehane serves in various journal review committees and has chaired sessions at conferences. He is currently leading a SAIT mass timber curriculum development initiative with an ERASMUS partnership. His applied research work and interests include: Integration of AI and Unmanned Systems in Construction management; Sustainable mass timber design and construction; an emphasis on zero carbon resilient and sustainable built environment.