Ms. Reem Digna is from Sudan and has started her PhD in 2012. She graduated from Civil Engineering Department, University of Khartoum with first class ( Honour) in 2002. She worked as a teaching assistant at Civil Engineering Department, Faculty of Engineering, University of Khartoum. She has MSc in Water Resources Engineering in 2008 from University of Khartoum, since that she is working as a lecturer of Water resources engineering in the same university. Her PhD research title is on optimizing the operation of the multi-reservoir system in the Eastern Nile basin considering water and sediment fluxes.
TopicOptimal operation of the multi-reservoir system in the Eastern Nile basin considering water and sediment fluxes
- Reem F.M.O. Digna, Yasir A. Mohamed, Pieter van der Zaag, Stefan Uhlenbrook, Nile River Basin Modeling: A State-of-the-Art Review, 'International Conference on New Nile Perspectives Scientific advances in the Eastern Nile Basin, UNESCO-IHE, Khartoum, Sudan, 3-5 May 2013.
- Ahmed, M.I. and Digna, R.F. 'Storm water Quality and Pollutant Accumulation Rates in the Surfaces of Khartoum State,' Journal of the Sudanese Engineering Society, Vol. 53, No 49, pp 33-45, 2007.
- Ahmed, M.I. and Digna, R.F., 'Urban Runoff in Khartoum and its Effect on the Nile Water Quality,' V Middle East Regional Conference on Civil Engineering Technology and V International Symposium on Environmental Hydrology, ASCE-EG, ESIE, Cairo, Egypt, 3-5 Sep 2007.
Funding Source: Nuffic (NFP)
Employer: University of Khartoum