Dr Fayyaz Ali Memon

PhD, MSc, MA, BE, DIC, MICE, MCIWEM, CEng, CEnv & FHEA

( f.a.memon@ex.ac.uk )

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Introduction

 

Dr Memon was awarded Her Majesty᾽s prestigious scholarship for MSc in Environmental Engineering followed by PhD at Imperial College London. He worked at Imperial College London for about 10 years on sustainable urban water management systems.

 

Presently, he is a Senior Lecturer at internationally well respected Centre for Water Systems, University of Exeter UK. In the domain of sustainable water management, he heads a research group with focus on developing countries. Over the past 13 years, his research has been focused on alternative water resources, water demand management, technologies for water reuse, wastewater collection systems, life cycle impact assessment, sustainable water management and urban water systems analysis.

 

The total research funding secured where he has contributed, as the Principal, Co-Investigator and research manager, exceeds GBP 3.5 million. He has near 100 publications to his credit and (co) supervised over 20 research projects at postgraduate level.

 

He has been the chair of international conferences (e.g. SWM2010) and invited as a guest speaker by several prestigious professional bodies including the Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management (CIWEM), The Royal Institution of Public Health Engineers and Chartered Institution of Building Service Engineers. I have been an external PhD examiner to several UK and overseas institutions. These include University of New South Wales (Australia), Oxford Institute of Sustainable Development, University of Cranfield, University of Surrey, Nottingham Trent University and University of the Witwatersrand (South Africa).

He is a member of the CIWEM, Chartered Engineer, Chartered Environmentalist, fellow of the UK Higher Education Academy and a member of the Institution of Civil Engineers.