performs work on a wide range of geotechnical and geophysical forensic projects, from single family homes to whole subdivisions and commercial buildings, stability analysis for various earth slopes and retaining and sheet pile walls, as well as forensic analysis of a wide range of pavement projects, including highways. His expertise encompasses expansive soil behavior, geotechnical engineering and design, numerical modeling of soil-structure interaction and geo-structural elements, construction materials evaluation and analysis, and geotechnical laboratory testing.

Dr. Abdelhamid has authored and co-authored numerous publications. His research includes utilizing and developing numerical techniques to study soil-fluid interaction problems such as surface erosion, fine particles migration, and liquefaction. Dr. Abdelhamid also works in academia as an adjunct professor teaching soil mechanics and foundation courses for undergraduate and graduate students.