Civil & Environmental Engineering
- Ph.D. in Civil Engineering, University of Cincinnati (2010)
- B.Sc. (with honors) in Civil Engineering, Middle East Technical University (2004)
- University Transportation Research Center (UTRC) – Region 2
- Transportation for Livability by Integrating Vehicles and the Environment (TranLIVE)
- Infrastructure Asset Management
- Deterioration Modeling
- Sustainable Civil Infrastructure Systems
- Risk Assessment and Management
- Accelerated and Fast Track Construction
- Trenchless Inspection, Repair, and Renewal Methods
Dr. Salman’s research interests lie in the broad area of infrastructure asset management, and particularly on the processes of development of deterioration models and risk assessment procedures, and execution of sustainable repair, rehabilitation, and replacement practices. He has been involved in research projects that focus on various aspects of management of drainage infrastructure systems, wastewater collection lines, and transportation systems. Dr. Salman’s current research efforts aim to support these studies and are directed towards improvement of the decision-making strategies involved in different stages of infrastructure management practices. He is currently leading a research project in which the objective is to investigate innovative maintenance, repair, and rehabilitation (MRR) techniques that can be applied to asphalt roadways in an effort to reduce the economic, environmental, and social impacts associated with these activities.
- Construction Estimating and Scheduling
- Sustainable Development and Infrastructure Management
- Civil and Environmental Engineering Measurements
- Introduction to Geomatics and BIM
- Engineering Materials
- Transportation Engineering
- Construction Project Management
- Engineering Economics
- Outstanding Reviewer Award. Journal of Infrastructure Systems (ASCE), 2013
Salman, B., Salem, O. and He, S. (2020) “Project-level sustainable asphalt roadway treatment selection framework featuring a flowchart and Analytic Network Process.” Journal of Transportation Engineering, Part B: Pavements, Vol:146, Issue:3, ASCE. https://doi.org/10.1061/JPEODX.0000202
Keskin, B, and Salman, B. (2020) “BIM implementation framework for smart airport life cycle management.” Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, Vol.2674, Issue:6. https://doi.org/10.1177/0361198120917971
Keskin, B., Salman, B., and Ozorhon, B. (2020) “Airport project delivery within BIM-centric construction technology ecosystems.” Engineering, Construction and Architectural Management, Emerald. https://doi.org/10.1108/ECAM-11-2019-0625
He, S., Salem, O., and Salman, B. (under review) “Decision support framework for project-level pavement maintenance and rehabilitation through integrating Life Cycle Cost Analysis and Life Cycle Assessment.” Journal of Transportation Engineering, Part B: Pavements, ASCE.
He, S., Salem, O., and Salman, B. (2020) “Project-level highway treatment selection framework featuring life cycle cost analysis and life cycle assessment.” 99th Annual Conference of Transportation Research Board (TRB), Washington, D.C.
Keskin, B., Salman, B., and Ozorhon, B. (2019) “Analysis of airport BIM implementation through multi-party perspectives in construction technology ecosystem: a construction innovation framework approach.” 36th CIB (International Council for Research and Innovation in Building and Construction) W78 Conference, Newcastle, UK.
Chen, X., Salem, O., and Salman, B. (2019) “A lifecycle benefit/cost analysis framework for Adaptive Traffic Control System (ATCS) deployments.” Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers- Transport. https://doi.org/10.1680/jtran.18.00112
He, S., Salem, O., and Salman, B. (2019) “A framework for pavement treatment alternative selection through life cycle cost analysis.” 7th International Construction Conference (jointly with the Construction Research Congress), Laval, QC, Canada
He, S., Salem, O., and Salman, B. (2019) “Life cycle environmental impacts of asphalt roadway maintenance, repair, and rehabilitation alternatives” 98th Annual Conference of Transportation Research Board (TRB), Washington, D.C.
Salem, O., Salman, B. and Ghorai, S. (2018) “Accelerating construction of roadway bridges using alternative techniques and procurement methods”, Transport, 33(2), 567-579. https://doi.org/10.3846/16484142.2017.1300942
Keskin, B., and Salman, B. (2018) “Building Information Modeling (BIM) implementation for sustainability analysis: A mega airport project case study.” 7th International Building Physics Conference: Healthy, Intelligent and Resilient Buildings and Urban Environments, Syracuse, NY, USA.
Salman, B., Salem, O., Garguilo, D. T., and He, S. (2017) “Innovative maintenance, repair, and reconstruction techniques for asphalt roadways: A survey of state departments of transportation.” 96th Annual Conference of Transportation Research Board (TRB), Washington, D.C.
Wang, X., Deshpande, A. S., Dadi, G. B., Salman, B. (2016) “Application of Clonal Selection Algorithm in construction site utilization planning optimization.” Procedia Engineering, Proc. ICSDEC 2016 – Integrating Data Science, Construction and Sustainability, Vol. 145, pp. 267-273.
Salem, O., Ghorai, S., Salman, B., and Aboutaha, R. (2014) “A decision support framework for accelerated bridge construction.” Proc. 93rd Annual Conference of Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C.
Salem, O., Salman, B., and Najafi, M. (2012) “Culvert asset management practices and deterioration modeling.” Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No. 2285, pp. 1-7. https://doi.org/10.3141/2285-01
Salman, B., and Salem, O. (2012) “Risk assessment of wastewater collection lines based on failure models and criticality.” Journal of Pipeline Systems Engineering and Practice, ASCE, 3(3), pp. 68-76. https://doi.org/10.1061/(ASCE)PS.1949-1204.0000100
Salman, B., and Salem, O. (2012) “Modeling failure of wastewater collection lines using various section-level regression models.” Journal of Infrastructure Systems, ASCE, 18(2), pp. 146-154. https://doi.org/10.1061/(ASCE)IS.1943-555X.0000075