Hamad bin Khalifa University
Dr. Tareq is a Qatari national born and raised in Qatar. He acquired a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the University College of London and a Master's in Philosophy in Engineering for Sustainable Development from the University of Cambridge. He completed his PhD at Imperial College London. His previous industry experience involves working as a mechanical and piping engineer for Qatar Petroleum on both the Common Cooling Water Project and the Barzan gas project. Tareq also served as a technical advisor at the Qatar National Food Security Program.
Energy, Water and Food Nexus Life cycle assessment Industrial and urban ecology De-centralization of energy, water and food systems Systems engineering and resilience
Al-Ansari, T., Korre, A., Nie, Z., Shah, N. Integration of Biomass Gasification and CO2 Capture in the LCA model for the Energy, Water and Food Nexus, proceedings of the 26th European Symposium on Computer Aided Process Engineering: Escape 26 June 12 – 14, Slovenia, 2016
Al-Ansari, T., Korre, A., Nie, Z., Shah, N. Development of a Life Cycle Methodology for the Energy, Water and Food Nexus, proceedings of the 24th European Symposium on Computer Aided Process Engineering: Escape 24 June 15 – 18, Hungary
Al-Ansari, T., Korre, A., Nie, Z. & Shah, N. Development of a life cycle assessment tool for the assessment of food production systems within the energy, water and food nexus. Sustainable Production and Consumption, 2015