PhD Researcher, Nottingham Trent University

During my master's degree, I was focused on enhancing the skills and the knowledge in the area of Environmental Analyses, Remediation Technology and Environmental Pollution. Lab work and field trips was included in the courses in order to gain experience in that field of study. Lectures combined with tutorials presented the right techniques through which I can achieve the correct results in research experiments and studies. The programme also included work with software such as RISK5, and also writing of environmental reports and Environmental Impact Assessments. In the end of the course, I was required to be involved in a final project with a supervisor. The name of the Project is "Investigation the change from replacing all conventional cars with electric ones and impact on the Environment. The case of Scotland".
As a PhD Researcher I am involved in a project for increasing the efficiency of a novel heat pump which will be used to provide hot utility water on new and existent buildings. I also take part in other project related to Renewable energy and environmentally friendly technology.
I was also part of the Executive Organising Committee of the International Conference on Energy and Sustainable Futures (ICESF 2019) where I was responsible for reviewing and formatting submitted papers.
I also produced and presented a paper which is published on the proceedings of the ICESF 2019.


  • –present
    PhD Researcher, Nottingham Trent University


  • 2016 
    University of Aberdeen, Master of Science in Environmental Sciences