Dr. Mahmoud Nasr (born in December 1983) has more than ten years of specialization in environmental engineering. A strong academic background in infrastructure, sanitary engineering and environmental studies, supports his experience. Currently, he is an associate professor at the Faculty of Engineering, Alexandria University, as well as, a design lead at a consulting office. He has an in-depth capability as team-leader, design lead and projects coordinator for water and wastewater treatment plants. He has a specific practice with all aspects of environmental studies, wastewater collection & treatment and reuse, water management and networks design, water supply, water plants operation and maintenance, background analyses to conceptual studies, master plans and projects economic research. In 2006, B.Sc. Civil Engineering, Alexandria University; 2010, M.Sc. Sanitary Engineering, Alexandria University; 2013, Exchange Ph.D. student, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology; 2014, Ph.D. Environmental Engineering, Egypt - Japan University of Science and Technology; 2015, Post-Doc Fellow, Institute of water and wastewater Technology, Durban University of Technology; 2016-now Assistant research scientist, Texas A&M University.
Dr. Mahmoud Nasr Research interests include Agricultural and Biological Sciences; Biochemistry; Business; Chemical Engineering; Chemistry; Computer Science; Earth and Planetary Sciences; Energy; Engineering; Environmental Science; Genetics and Molecular Biology; Management and Accounting; Social Sciences