Mohammad Salehi, PhD Candidate
Mohammed is a Ph.D. student at Memorial University of Newfoundland with a BSc in Mechanical Engineering and a Master’s degree in Energy Systems Engineering from the Sharif University of Technology. His primary focus is addressing environmental impacts, particularly climate change. In his thesis, he added environmental externalities to energy return indicators through life cycle analysis.
Mohammed has worked for a company building waste-water treatment plants. He also worked for a company undertaking renewable projects and energy savings where they built measuring devices that were employed across various regions. These two positions gave him valuable hands-on experience and allowed him to engage with affected communities. Outside work, Mohammed enjoys listening to music, playing guitar, jogging, reading, and traveling.