Mohammed Tamim Zaki

Mohammed Tamim Zaki

Postdoctoral Researcher


Dr. Tamim Zaki is a Postdoctoral Researcher in the Sustainable Energy Systems Group in the Energy Analysis and Environmental Impacts Division. Tamim's research interests include applications of data-driven tools such as machine learning, life cycle assessment, and techno-economic analysis for evaluating the sustainable implementation of renewable energy technologies. Currently, his work involves geospatial analysis along with the evaluation of life cycle environmental impacts and overall cost of hydrogen production projects. Tamim is also collaborating with the Earth and Environmental Sciences Department to develop data-driven impact assessment models to inform sustainable transition of renewable energy technologies.


Civil and Environmental Engineering, PhD, West Virginia University, 2023
Civil and Environmental Engineering, MS, West Virginia University, 2017
Civil and Environmental Engineering, BS, Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology, 2015