Mohammad A. Al-Ghouti

Qatar University, Qatar

Mohammad A. Al-Ghouti obtained his Ph.D. degree in industrial and environmental chemistry from the Queen’s University of Belfast, UK, in 2004. He has held several posts at the Royal Scientific Society (RSS) since 1997, the latest is an Assistant Professor, a Senior Research Scientist, and a Consultant in environmental chemistry. In addition, Dr. Al-Ghouti worked at the German-Jordanian University as an Assistant Professor in chemistry (applied sciences). Currently, he is working at Fahad Bin Sultan University, Saudi Arabia, as an Assistant Professor in chemistry and a Director of the Arts and Sciences Unit. The focus of his research is to modify the surface of the adsorbents and study the mechanism and the influence of the chemical and physical characteristics on the adsorption behavior during adsorption, including areas of instrumentation chemistry-FTIR, chemometrics, metals recovery, fuel treatment, environmental chemistry, natural adsorbent chemistry, wastewater treatment, and adsorption refrigeration. Dr. Al-Ghouti has published over twenty-nine paper and conference publications; all of them have been published in international journals. He is a coauthor for a book published in VDM Verlag Dr. Müller GmbH & Co. KG. Dr. Al-Ghouti is awarded a Jordan Scopus Award 2009/Elsvier on April 1, 2009, for his excellent scientific works as revealed in Elsevier’s Scopus database. Dr. Al-Ghouti is on the Editorial Boards of the International Journal of Information Systems and Social Change (IJISSC), the Journal of Environmental Chemistry and Ecotoxicology, Research Journal of Chemical Sciences, and the Global Journal of Environmental Science and Technology. In addition, several training courses have been conducted on various topics by Dr. Al-Ghouti such as effective project management, design and evaluation of innovation policy in developing countries, patent drafting, advanced balanced scorecard (BSC) workshop, and business innovation workshop: innovate or die.

Biography Updated on 27 March 2012

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