Lead Developer, Safe Water Optimization Tool
Mohamed is in the first year of an MSc in Computer Science at Western University, where he completed a BMSc with an Honors Specialization in Computational Biochemistry and a Major in Computer Science. At the Dahdaleh Institute, he supports the Safe Water Optimization Tool as a Lead Developer.
|Global Health & Humanitarianism|
|Data Science, Infectious Disease, Water|
Safe Water Optimization Tool | Project, Research
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