Mohsen Aboulnaga

Professor of Sustainable Built Environments and International Expert Faculty of Engineering Cairo University, Egypt

CV summary

Professor Mohsen Aboulnaga has 35 year of vast experience in higher education, high-level government posts and consultancy in sustainable cities, climate change, sustainable development and sustainable energy. He is qualified architect who graduated from Cairo University with B.Sc. Arch. (1979), M.Sc. Housing Economic (1985). He also holds a Ph.D. degree from University of Leeds, UK (1991), https://www.leeds.ac.uk/. Dr. Aboulnaga is Professor of Sustainable Built Environments at Cairo University, https://scholar.cu.edu.eg/mohsen_aboulnaga/.

He is registered Energy Policy senior expert at European Union, https://www.ces-med.eu/ and Associate Partner of European Sustainable Development Network – Vienna, https://www.sd-network.eu/; World Renewable Energy Network member - UK, https://www.wrenuk.co.uk/; senior expert at Union for Mediterranean – Barcelona, https://ufmsecretariat.org/first-platform-sustainable-urban-development/; UNESCO Inclusive Policy Lab – Paris, https://en.unesco.org/inclusivepolicylab/users/mohsen-aboulnaga; and UrbanFarm 2020 International Jury member – Italy, https://site.unibo.it/urban-farm/en. Prof. Aboulnaga is invited speaker at GUNi 2017 – Barcelona, https://www.guninetwork.org/about-guni/speaker/mohsen-aboulnaga, 425 international conferences, seminars and workshops as well as more than 220 int’l publications and presentations. He coached/ trained 520 officials at Ministry of Petroleum, Egypt on strategy planning, SDGs and Energy Efficiency as well as 168 government officials in Kazakhstan and Azerbaijan on green cities strategies; and author of new book ‘Urban Climate Change Adaptation’, https://www.springer.com/gp/book/9783030054045; plus 16 book chapters (Springer & Elsevier).

Partners

  • UNESCO. United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization
  • The Catalan Association of Public Universities (ACUP)

Sponsored by

  • Generalitat de Catalunya