Eiman Elgewely, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor

M.F.A. Interior Architecture, Alexandria University

Ph. D. Interior Architecture, Alexandria University

M.F.A. Interior Architecture, Alexandria University

Ph. D. Interior Architecture, Alexandria University

Dr. Eiman Elgewely is an Assistant Professor of Interior Design in the School of Architecture + Design at Virginia Tech. Both her Master and Ph.D. from Alexandria University are in the field of virtual and cyberspace design. Dr. Elgewely joined the Experiential Technologies Center at the School of Art and Architecture, University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) in 2013.

Her research interests are in the field of digital cultural heritage and museum studies. She has worked on several applied projects in the field of digital cultural heritage in Egypt since 2007, including 3D scanning, documentation, and virtual reconstruction of historical sites. Before joining the Virginia Tech faculty, Dr. Elgewely was Assistant Professor of Interior Architecture at the Faculty of Fine Arts, Alexandria University, Egypt, then coordinator of the interior design program at the Arts & Design Department, Applied Science University of Bahrain (ASU). In addition to her academic background, Dr. Elgewely has more than 15 years of professional experience as an interior designer in Egypt. Dr. Elgewely is specialized in digital visualization and taught several computer-aided design courses, including digital drafting and 3D modeling. She will be teaching Materials and Methods in interior design and co-teaching the third-year studios with Assistant Professor, Elif Tural.

eelgewely@vt.edu