Lecturer:Amjad Hussein

Personal Overview

My Vision: Sufficient Clean Water for Everyone.
Outside Work Activities: Amjad Hussein speaks, reads, and writes in English and Arabic on a native proficiency level.
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Educational Background

Ph.D:Environment Engineering, Salford University, Greater Manchester, UK (2017)

M.Sc:Water Resources Engineering, University of Technology, Baghdad, Iraq , (2000)

B.Sc:Building and Construction Engineering, University of Technology, Baghdad, Iraq, (1997)

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Selected Publications

1- Dye wastewater treatment by vertical-flow constructed wetlands
2- Treatment of artificial wastewater containing two azo textile dyes by vertical-flow constructed wetlands
3- The Significant Variables of Effluent Constructed Wetlands Treated Domestic Wastewater by Statistical Tests
4- Comparing Between the Imported and Local Bottled Drinking Water by LASSO Regression
5- Development of optimal location and design capacity of wastewater treatment plants for urban areas: a case study in Samawah city


Research Interests

Wetland, Wastewater treatment, Textile wastewater Treatment


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