Moustafa Samir Moussa is Program Director of an Environmental Engineering program in Zewail City of Science & Technology (Egypt). He is an environmental expert and his specialization is domestic and industrial wastewater, solid waste management, environmental projects planning and capacity building. He has been also involved in many projects (Feasibility studies, capacity building and R&D) on water and wastewater management in Egypt and the Mediterranean area (IWSPI, IWSPII, ISSIP, ESRISS, WWDSS, H2020).
He obtained his MSc and PhD degrees in Nitrification in saline industrial wastewater at the International Institute for water education (UNESCO-IHE) in Delft, the Netherlands. This was a joint project of UNESCO-IHE, TU Delft, Shell Global, Ecco Tannery Holland, Heiploeg and the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs.
He is currently teaching wastewater treatment, solid waste management, hazardous waste management, green economy, and other engineering courses. His current research interests cover wastewater treatment, Innovative sustainable solution for Urban-Rural area, and Innovative sustainable solutions for Industrial sector: (Pollution Prevention, Resource Recovery and Industrial Ecology).