- Developed a new course at the University of Maryland (UMD), which I taught in Fall 2017 (ENST499V and ENST689V), entitled: “Nanotechnology in Energy and Environment: Applications and Implications.” This is the first nanotechnology-based course for Ecological Design students in Environmental Science & Technology (ENST). The course emphasizes application of nanotechnology in renewable energy, and pollutant sensing and includes modules on solar photovoltaic and microbial fuel cells. The course is taught using an interdisciplinary approach focusing on life-cycle analysis and how nanoparticle transport impacts the environment.
- Laboratory Supervisor, University of Maryland, MD
- Instructed 10 undergraduate students, 1 master student, and 1 PhD. in learning techniques for monitoring water quality and solids, including measurements of BOD, COD, TS, VS, NO3–, and PO43-
- Assisted students in the design and construction of anaerobic digesters, a hands-on research project that brought the concepts of environment engineering to life
- Created PowerPoint presentations to instruct students on basic lab procedures, lab safety, hypothesis formation, statistical analyses, and creating improved Excel spreadsheets
- ENST415- Renewable Energy- guest lecture, ENST, UMD, 2017, 2016
- Mentoring Capstone Group, ENST, UMD, 2016
- Heat Transfer, Suez Canal university (SCU), 2016
- Scientific Calculations and Data Analysis, SCU, 2015.
- Measuring and Control Devices, SCU, 2015.
- Environmental Engineering, SCU 2015.
- Agricultural Mechanization SCU 2015.
- Environment and Energy Engineering, Co-teaching -College of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, NWAFU, 2014.
- Advanced Thermodynamics, Co-teaching- College of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, NWAFU, 2014
- Physics SCU, 2008, 2009 & 2012.
- Irrigation & Drainage, SCU, 2008, 2009 & 2012.
- Agricultural Mechanization, SCU, 2008, 2009 & 2012.
Design, repair, and maintain machines SCU, 2008.
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