Motasem Abushaban started his PhD studies at UNESCO-IHE in July 2014, at Environmental Engineering and Water Technology Department. His PhD study is in ‘Scaling and Fouling in Reverse Osmosis membrane system’’.
Motasem is from Palestine where he obtained BSc in Civil Engineering from IUG- Gaza. He has been working as a teaching assistant for 1 year at the same university and as water and waste water engineer at the Engineering and Management Consulting Center (EMCC) for 2 years. In October 2012, Motasem moved to Delft where he did his MSc in Water Supply Engineering at UNESCO-IHE.
TopicSafe induction time control of scaling formation in reverse osmosis membrane
Modeling the impact of land-use change on Water Budget of Gaza Strip- Journal of Water Resource and Protection, Published Online June 2012 (http://www.SciRP.org/journal/jwarp) 2012, 4, 325 -333