Abdo Elmeliegy

Abdo  Elmeliegy
Postdoctoral Fellow, Institute for Geophysics, Jackson School of Geosciences

Office: ROC
Mailcode: R2200

Abdo graduated from North Carolina State University (NCSU) with a Ph.D. in Civil Engineering with concentration on inverse problems and their applications in seismic and biomedical imaging. In addition to his Ph.D., he earned two Master's degrees, one in Applied Mathematics from NCSU, and the other in Structural Engineering from Cairo University. He joined UTIG in September 2023 where works with Dr. Mrinal K. Sen on developing advanced methodologies to quantify uncertainties in geophysical full waveform inversion. Abdo's research interests are computational imaging, image reconstruction, numerical optimization and uncertainty quantification.

Areas of Expertise

My research expertise lies in the intersection between applied mathematics, mechanics, and computational sciences. Specifically, I am actively conducting research in developing efficient methodologies for seismic full-waveform inversion. Also, I am actively developing efficient framework for soft tissue imaging which shares similar principles as those of seismic imaging.

Graduate Student Award - Department of Civil Engineering, NC State University (2022)

Provost Doctoral Fellowship - North Carolina State University (2017)

Graduate Merit Award - North Carolina State University (2017)

M.Sc. Fellowship - Cairo University (2013 - 2017)