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Dr. Neveen Soliman, M.Sc.

Dr. Soliman, originally a construction engineer, has various years of experience in sustainability. She worked in various geographical regions including the Middle East, North America and currently Europe. She earned her Ph.D. degree from Louisiana State University, United States of America, with a focus on sustainability in the construction industry, where she also worked as a research and teaching assistant. Dr. Soliman is a LEED Green Associate and a Pro-Reviewer for educational courses at United States Green Building Council.

Dr. Soliman worked as an advisor for international waste management projects with the German Agency for International Cooperation (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit).

Further, she also worked as an environmental specialist where she worked in various projects including: Evaluating the Sustainability (Environmental and Social) of an Educational Facility (Client: European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD)), Establishing a climate change framework for a city in a developing country (Client: Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit), Greening a city in a developing country (Client: United Nations Development Program), The development of energy efficiency roadmaps for four industrial sectors in developing countries including cement, iron and steel, fertilizers and ceramics (Client: United Nations Industrial Development Organization), Training Program for Electricity Sector and Climate Change Joint Activities (Client: Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit), Developing Postgrad Course on Climate Change Mitigation for developing countries

Selected publications: American Society for Civil Engineers Journal (ASCE), Journal of Transportation Engineering Part B, Paper, Decision-Making Tool for Incorporating Cradle-to-Gate Sustainability Measures into Pavement Design, December 2018,Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, poster presentation: A Decision-Making Tool for Incorporating Sustainability Measures into Pavement Design, Washington, United States of America, Fall 2017, Pavement lifecycle Assessment Symposium, Illinois, United States of America, Summer 2017. A Methodology for Sustainable Mechanistic-Empirical Pavement Design, LCA XVI Conference, American Center for Lifecycle Assessment, North Carolina, United States of America, Summer 2016, an abstract and a poster: A Decision-Making Tool for Incorporation of Sustainability into Pavement Design.

Recognition and Awards: The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) Summer School, in collaboration with Free University of Berlin and Technical University of Berlin: Modelling Climate Change from a Multidisciplinary Perspective: How can we achieve Climate Resilience, Sustainable Mobility, and Tourism in the MENA Region

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