Mohamed Hamdy is an alumnus of TU Berlin Campus El Gouna; he holds a Master of Science degree in Urban Development. He has experience in environmental planning, and energy-saving techniques. His master thesis was related to redesigning the urban fabric of the new cities in Egypt and change building regulation policies to achieve thermal comfort and consume less energy passively. He works as a tutor in a research project in TU Berlin ́s Architecture Department; working on digital modelling of cities, artificial intelligence, and energy simulations.
As part of his thesis, he worked as an intern in Freie Universität Berlin in the city climate department on research related to Climate Change mitigation on the urban scale. Recently he got awarded the research grant for a research proposal, concerned with Egyptian slums and land conflict focusing on before and after slum eviction and relocation land governance challenges with a case study of El- Asmarat project. The project is under the supervision of the Urban Training and Studies Institute (UTI), in collaboration with the Global Land Tool Network/UN-Habitat.