Assistant Professor of Water Resources Management and Engineering at the Department of Irrigation and Hydraulics Engineering in Cairo University
Dr. Mohamed Ammar is an assistant professor of water resources management and engineering at the Department of Irrigation and Hydraulics Engineering in Cairo University, Egypt. He graduated with a PhD degree in water resources engineering from the University of Alberta, Canada. Dr. Ammar is also an engineering consultant for several strategic national and international projects.
Dr. Ammar’s research experience includes water resources management and modeling, understanding and modeling dynamic water demand systems, assessing water policy impacts, and climate change. He has an extensive experience in systems thinking and analysis, and developing and implementing integrated models to understand complex human-water systems. Recently, he is applying the concepts of sociohydrology to quantify the feedbacks between humans and water.