Mohsen Hossein

Industry Professor

Civil and Urban Engineering

Mohsen Hossein
Classes taught at Polytechnic:
  • CE-UY 2113 Statics
  • CE-UY 3153 Geotechnical Engineering
  • CE-GY 7673 Environmental Impact Assessment
  • CE-GY 8493 Geoenvironmental Engineering
  • CE-GY 7723 Site Remediation
McGill University1998

Ph.D., Geo-Environmental Engineering

McGill University1989

B.S., Civil Engineering

McGill University1992

M. Eng, Civil Engineering


Birdsall Engineering

Senior Project Manager

From: January 2001 to January 2010


Journal Articles


Mohamed, A.M.O., Hossein, M., and Hassani, F.P. (2007) “Evaluation of the Newly Developed Aluminum, Lime, and Fly Ash Technology for Solidification/Stabilization of Mine Tailings,” Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering, Vol. 19, No. 1, January 1, 2007

Mohamed, A.M.O., Hossein, M., and Hassani, F.P. (2006) “Treatment of Mine Tailings Using ALFA® Technology,” Ground Improvement, Vol. 10, No. 1, pp. 1-10.

Mohamed, A.M.O., Hossein, M., and Hassani, F.P. (2003) “Role of Fly Ash addition on Ettringite Formation in Lime-Remediated Mine Tailings,” Journal of Cement, Concrete and Aggregates, ASTM, December 2003, Vol. 25, No. 2, pp 49-58. Hossein, M., Mohamed, A.M.O., and Hassani, F.P. (2002) “Hydro-mechanical Evaluation of Stabilized Mine Tailings,” Environmental Geology Journal, Vol. 41, pp. 749-759. Hossein, M., Mohamed, A.M.O., and Hassani, F.P. (1999) “Ettringite Formation in Lime-Remediated Mine Tailings: II. Experimental Results,” CIM Bulletin, Vol. 92, No. 1029, pp. 75 - 80. Mohamed, A.M.O., Boily, J.F., Hossein, M., and Hassani, F.P. (1995) "Ettringite Formation in Lime-Remediated Mine Tailings: I. Thermodynamic Modelling," Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum (CIM) Bulletin, Vol. 88, No. 995, pp. 69-75.

Research Interests


National Institute of Environmental Health, 2013-2015, Co-PI, real-time continuous In-Situ Monitoring of Dissolved Oxygen for Impacted Groundwater (Patent Pending)


General/Collaborative Research


Geo-Environmental Technology, Remediation Technology, Sustainable Development/Remediation, Carbon Foot-Print, Emission Trading "Cap and Trading"