Climate Change Impact on Urban Water: Meeting the Challenge of Cities Drought Resilience from Moroccan and American Perspectives
By Prof. Dalila LOUDYI
Faculty of Sciences and Techniques, Hassan II University of Casablanca
|GSAf seminar series
Date: 27 August 2021
15:00 Nigeria time, 16:00 South Africa time
Online Seminar (Google Meet)
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|Dalila Loudyi is a Professor at the Department of Water and Environmental Engineering at Hassan II University of Casablanca – Faculty of Science and Technology of Mohammedia. In 2005, she got her PhD in Hydroinformatics at Cardiff school of engineering. Professor Loudyi was selected by the Moroccan ministry of higher education as a National Contact Point in the environment, in 2010, to promote the use of the Seventh European Framework Program (FP7) for research and development at a national level. She is also a member of the Climate change experts committee of LYDEC, a branch of SUEZ Environment in Morocco. In 2018, Prof. Loudyi was a Fulbright visiting scholar at Stanford University, California, USA. In 2019, she was elected as IAHR council member for MENA/Indian subcontinent region.
Research interest: Water resources management, Numerical modeling (surface water and groundwater hydraulics and pollutant transport), Hydroinformatics, Climate change adaptation and mitigation (floods and droughts cases) and Integrated urban water management (water and sewage systems).
|Climate Change Impact on Urban Water: Meeting the Challenge of Cities Drought Resilience from Moroccan and American Perspectives