Arabian Gulf University (AGU)

Member Type: 
MENA Research Center
Location: 
Al Manamah
Bahrain
BH
Research Focus Areas: 
System-wide water use management and modeling
Artificial and natural groundwater recharge/discharge
Groundwater pollution and degradation
Groundwater socioeconomics and policy
Energy efficiency and renewable energy
Community Interests: 
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The Arabian Gulf University (AGU) is a joint academic venture founded in 1980 in Bahrain by the six countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC): Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates. AGU is an independent regional, non-political, non-profit university, established by the Arab Gulf States to fulfill the development needs of the region. It is home to the Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) e-Learning Graduate Program, which offers distance-learning for a post-graduate diploma in Integrated Water Resources Management.

Scientists & Staff

Waleed Zubari's picture

Director

Alaa El-Sadek's picture

Technical Lead