Could our transportation habits be harmful to our health? What's the relationship between air pollution and our transportation choices? and how can we improve transportation in our own communities?
In this episode, Dr. Hanadi Al-Thani tells us the answers to these questions and more.
Dr. Hanadi Al-Thani has earned her Bachelor's degree from Qatar University in Computer Engineering. She then got her Masters and Ph.D. in sustainable development from the College of Science and Engineering at HBKU. She is currently the Head of the OT Transformation Program at Qatar Foundation Information Technology. She is an expert in air pollution characteristics and sourcing, with a focus on transport emissions and policy. She has published several studies in recognized peer-reviewed journals and was awarded several prestigious awards for her research in air quality in Qatar. Among these prestigious awards are the Faculty of Science & Engineering Best Master Student Research Award, the Ministry of Education Excellence Award in 2018, and Best graduate Ph.D. in Sustainable Environment respectively.