• School of Engineering and Applied Science, Aston University

      B4 7ET Birmingham

      United Kingdom

    Accepting PhD Students

    PhD projects

    Transport infrastructure asset management; transportation planning and modelling; climate change and natural hazard resilient road structure; sustainable and active transportation; machine learning algorithms; pavement design and deterioration modelling; traffic simulation; highways design

    Personal profile


    Dr. Shohel Amin has an international track record of eighteen years on life-cycle optimisation of road infrastructure management, pavement design and maintenance, traffic simulation and modelling, resilient road infrastructure, big data analytics and sustainable urban development. He is a Fellow in Transportation Planning at Aston University in the United Kingdom. Dr. Amin is the member of Chartered Institution of Highways & Transportation and Engineering Professors’ Council. He is also the member of Bangladesh Institute of Planners. He has been advising public sector agencies, research projects and consulting firms on multiple road infrastructure projects in the UK, Canada, Qatar and Bangladesh. Dr. Amin have conducted research independently and collaboratively and was awarded research grants, scholarships and awards. He is a guest editor (along with my colleagues from Portugal, Türkiye and United Arab Emirates) for a special Issue "Smart Community Resilient Environment to Reduce Emissions from Road Surfaces and Vehicles" at Sustainability journal. He has published over sixty research papers in journals, books and conference proceedings.


    PhD in Civil Engineering, Concordia University, Montreal, Canada

    Membership of Professional Bodies

    Chartered Institution of Highways & Transportation 

    Higher Education Academy

    External positions

    Lecturer in Civil Engineering, School of Energy, Construction and Environment, Coventry University, Coventry, UK

    17 Oct 2016 → …


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