Mahmoud Alzoubi PhD, P.Eng

Assistant Professor

Faculty, Mining Engineering
Phone: 613-533-6000 ext. 78268
Goodwin Hall, Room: 334

Expertise: Fluid mechanics, conjugate phase-change heat and mass transfer, geomechanical modeling, Transport phenomena in porous media, Multiphysics experiments and numerical modeling in mining, GeoEnergy storage and extraction, Subsurface fluid-structure interaction
Mahmoud Alzoubi
Biography Research Teaching

Dr. Mahmoud Alzoubi is an assistant professor in the Robert M. Buchan Department of Mining at Queen's University with an interdisciplinary background in Mining and Mechanical Engineering. Mahmoud's research focuses on advancing novel technologies that can support the development of energy-efficient mining operations; and addressing the associated technical challenges. His research addresses various engineering problems with applications in advanced energy technologies such as artificial ground freezing; mine ventilation, heating, and cooling; energy storage and extraction; and heat recovery optimization. In addition to his research experience, Mahmoud has eight years of professional experience. Prior to his current role, Mahmoud worked as a research scientist at Natural Resources Canada, where he served as a member of the Canadian Hydrogen in Mining Advisory Committee (CHIM-AC).



Ph.D. McGill University

M.Sc. Masdar Institute of Khalifa University (In collaboration with MIT)

B.Sc. Jordan University of Science and Technology

My research interests are tuned toward developing modern energy practices and addressing the associated technical challenges with application in advanced energy technologies such as:

* Ground Freezing

* Mine Ventilation, Heating, and Cooling

* Phase-Change Thermal Energy Storage and Extraction

* Thermofluids Engineering

* Hydrogen Initiative in Mining (Thermal Aspect)

APSC 151: Earth Systems Engineering

MINE 339: Mine Ventilation

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