Mohamed is a first-year PhD student and a part-time faculty member in the built-environment & engineering. His primary research focuses on improving Indoor Air Quality and its effect on health in new residential properties in the UK. His long-held interests in the topic started during his undergraduate as an architectural technologist and deepened during his master's in a Construction Project Management course at Birmingham City University. Also, his interest in the topic can be associated with his corporate experience of over 15 years as an electronic engineer.
Previously, he worked on several projects that provided him with skill sets to understand the importance of designing and building healthy homes. His current research topic aligns with his previous studies, and it is relevant in today's world, generating his enthusiasm to further his knowledge on the subject to make a valuable academic contribution. Parallel to his academic career, Mohamed can be found taking time with his family and enjoying walking in the nearest park.