Mohammed Ayoub

Mr. Ayoub is a scientist at Hamad Bin Khalifa's Qatar Environment and Energy Research Institute (QEERI) where he leads the Air Quality and Climate Change research portfolio. He holds a MSc in atmospheric science from the University of Alabama in Huntsville and has over 20 years' experience in air quality research and management spanning academia, regulatory agencies, international consulting and the United Nations. Dr Ayoub's research focuses on understanding the chemistry and dynamics of the local and regional atmosphere, to develop and evaluate national policies to mitigate the impacts of poor air quality in Qatar. His experience includes environmental impact assessment of oil and gas processes in North America and the Middle East, and he serves as a technical advisor to the Qatar Ministry of Municipality and Environment on matters related to air quality.

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Solar Resource Assessment in Desert Climates (edX)

Learn how to use the components of solar radiation, solar spectrum, forecasting and meteorology to advocate and plan for deploying PV in desert climates. Desert regions may seem optimal for solar energy and the deployment of photovoltaic (PV) applications. However, the heat and dust experienced in the region poses [...]