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Piccolo, Lara and Elbanhawy, Eiman (2016). Engaging Community with Energy: Challenges and Design approaches. In: Sustainable HCI in the UK, 13-17 Jul 2016, Lincoln, England. file


Bourgeois, Jacky; Foell, Stefan; Kortuem, Gerd; Price, Blaine; van der Linden, Janet; Elbanhawy, Eiman and Rimmer, Christopher (2015). Harvesting green miles from my roof: an investigation into self-sufficient mobility with electric vehicles. In: 2015 ACM International Joint Conference on Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing (UbiComp 2015), 7-11 Sep 2015, Osaka, ACM, pp. 1065–1076. file

Elbanhawy, Eiman (2015). To cluster the E-mobility recharging facilities (RFs). In: Leal Filho, Walter and Kotter, Richard eds. E-Mobility in Europe: Trends and Good Practice. Green Energy and Technology. Cham: Springer, pp. 255–279.

Elbanhawy, Eiman and Price, Blaine A. (2015). Understanding the social practice of EV workplace charging. In: Adjunct Proceedings UbiComp/ISWC'15, ACM, pp. 1133–1141. file


Elbanhawy, Eiman (2014). Investigating the evolution of e-mobility in its urban context a longitudinal study in Newcastle-Gateshead area. In: 5th IET Hybrid and Electric Vehicles Conference (HEVC 2014), 5-6 Nov 2014, London, IET Digital Library.


Elbanhawy, Eiman and Dalton, Ruth (2013). Syntactic approach to electric mobility in metropolitian areas: NE 1 district core, segment map. In: Proceedings of the Ninth International Space Syntax Symposium, Sejong University Press, article no. 58. file


Elbanhawy, Eiman (2011). Visual Quality Integerated Cost Model For Developing Green Neighborhoods: An Optimization Approach. MPhil thesis. The American University in Cairo (AUC).

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