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Abdoul Aziz Coulibaly

Course Title: Introduction to Structural Engineering

Abdoul Aziz is a Ph.D. student in the Structural Engineering department here at UC San Diego. He is deeply passionate about initiating high school students into the realm of structural engineering, shaping their understanding of the field/major even before they embark on their undergraduate journey. The significance of structures—bridges, dams, roads, and residential buildings—underscores the need for meticulous engineering to ensure performance under different loading conditions. With his dedication to research and teaching, Abdoul Aziz aims to create collaborative and diverse engagements. Through dynamic conversations, he aspires to inspire and mentor the next generation of future structural engineers. 

  • P.h.D. in Structural Engineering, UC San Diego (expected 2027)
  • M.S. in Structural Engineering, Mechanics, and Materials, UC Berkeley(2021)
  • B.S. in Civil and Environmental Engineering, UC Berkeley (2020)
  • PhD Researcher, UC San Diego (March 2022 – Present)
  • Graduate Teaching Assistant, UC San Diego (September 2023 – December 2023)
  • Junior Structural Engineer, COWI North America (June 2020 – February 2022)
  • Data Science Discovery Seminar Instructor and Modules Curriculum Developer (December 2018 – May 2021)
  • Student Ambassador, Global Learning and Outreach from Berkley Engineering (May 2019)
  • Pre-college Initiative Chair, National Society of Black Engineers (April 2018 – May 2019)
  • Undergraduate and Graduate Researcher, UC Berkley (September 2019 – May 2021)