Dr. Rehan Sadiq

Dr. Rehan Sadiq

School of Engineering

University of British Columbia, Canada

Associate Professor



2001  Ph.D., Civil/ Environmental Engineering, Memorial University, Canada

1997  M.S., Civil/ Environmental Engineering, King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals, Saudi Arabia

1995  M.S., Public Health Engineering, University of Engineering and Technology, Pakistan

1993  B.S., Civil Engineering, University of Engineering and Technology, Pakistan


  1. Y. Deng, R. Sadiq, J. Wen and S. Tesfamariam. (2011) Risk analysis in a linguistic environment: a fuzzy evidential reasoning-based approach, Expert Systems with Applications, 38(12): 15438-15446.
  2. F. Aminravan, R. Sadiq, M. Hoorfar, M. J. Rodriguez, A. Francisque and H. Najjaran. (2011) Evidential reasoning using extended fuzzy Dempster-Shafer theory for handling various facets of information deficiency, International Journal of Intelligent Systems, 26: 731-758.
  3. M. Yang, F. I. Khan, R. Sadiq, P. Amyotte. (2011) A rough set-based quality function deployment (QFD) approach for environmental performance evaluation: a case of offshore oil and gas operations, Journal of Cleaner Production, 19:1513-1526.
  4. S. Das, R. Sadiq and S. Tesfamariam. (2011) An aggregative fuzzy risk analysis for flood incident management, International Journal of System Assurance Engineering and Management, 2(1): 31-40.
  5. N. Islam, R. Sadiq, M. J. Rodriguez, A. Francisque. (2011) Reviewing source water protection strategies: a conceptual model for water quality assessment, Environmental Reviews, 19: 68–105.
  6. S. Chowdhury, M. J. Rodriguez and R. Sadiq. (2011) Disinfection byproducts in Canadian provinces: Associated cancer risks and medical expenses, Journal of Hazardous Materials, 187: 574-584.
  7. S. Chowdhury, M. J. Rodriguez, R. Sadiq and J. B. Sérodes. (2011) Modelling DBP formation in water in residential plumbing pipes and hot water tanks, Water Research, 45(1): 337-347.
  8. Y. Deng, J. Wen and R. Sadiq. (2011) Modelling contaminant intrusion in water distribution networks: a new similarity-based DST method, Expert Systems with Applications, 38(1): 571-578.
  9. B. Reza, R. Sadiq and K. Hewage. (2011) Sustainability assessment of flooring systems in Tehran city: an integrated AHP-based life cycle analysis, Construction and Building Material, 25(4): 2053-2066.
  10. C. Legay, M. J. Rodriguez, R. Sadiq, J. B. Sérodes and P. Levallois. (2011) Spatial variations of human health risk associated with exposure to chlorination by-products occurring in drinking water, Journal of Environmental Management, 92(3): 892-901.
  11. R. Ferdous, F. I. Khan, R. Sadiq, P. Amyotte and B. Veitch. (2011) Fault and event tree analyses for process systems risk analysis: uncertainty handling formulations, Risk Analysis, 31(1): 86-107.
  12. M. Yang, F. I. Khan and R. Sadiq. (2011) Prioritization of environmental issues in offshore oil and gas operations: A hybrid approach using fuzzy inference system and fuzzy analytic hierarchy process, IChEM Transaction: Process Safety and Environmental Protection, 89(1): 22-34.
  13. R. Sadiq, Y. Kleiner and B. Rajani (2010) Modelling potential for water quality failures in distribution networks – framework (I), Journal of Water Supply: Research & Technology – AQUA, 59(4): 255-276.
  14. Z. Liu, R. Sadiq, B. B. Rajani and H. Najjaran. (2010) Exploring the relation between soil properties and deterioration of metallic pipes using predictive data mining methods, ASCE Journal of Computing in Civil Engineering, 24(3): 289-301.
  15. R. Sadiq, H. Sikander, G. Cool and M. J. Rodriguez. (2010) Evaluation of aggregation models for developing environmental indices using penalty functions, Journal of Environmental Management, 91(3): 706-716.
  16. S. Tesfamariam, R. Sadiq and H. Najjaran. (2010) Decision-making under uncertainty - an example for seismic risk management, Risk Analysis, 30(1): 78-94.
  17. R. Sadiq, M. J. Rodriguez and S. Tesfamariam. (2010) Developing performance indicators for small water utilities using ordered weighted averaging (OWA) operators, Expert Systems with Applications, 37: 4881-4891.