People

Nomundari Erdene

  • Role in Center:

    SMUS Doctoral Student

  • Discipline:

    Natural Sciences, Water Science, Hydraulic Engineering

  • University:

    German Mongolian Institute of Technology (TBC)

  • Country:

    Mongolia

Biography: Nomundari holds an MSc in Natural Resources Management and Hydraulic Engineering from the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna, and Czech University of Life Sciences, Prague. She also holds a Bachelors in Microbiology from the National University of Mongolia. Her interest in natural sciences is rooted in her earliest academic years as a graduate of the High School of the National University of Mongolia. She is currently working as a local project manager in the consultant team for the Bulk Water Supply Expansion project conducted by Millenium Challenge Account-Mongolia. She is a young water professional who also works as an Asia Pacific Ambassador for Water Science Policy INGO. Her field of expertise includes hydraulic engineering, membrane technology, water science, and policy.

Research Topic: Water Security Index: Application to Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.

Selected Publications:

  • Erdene, N./Fuerhacker (2018): Assessment of the water quality by means of fouling indexes, University of Life Sciences and Natural resources.

Areas of Expertise:

  • Water Access, Hygiene, and Sanitation
  • Water Governance and Regulations
  • Urban and Rural Sustainability
  • Hydraulic Engineering

Current Position(s):

  • Local Project Manager for PMC (Program Management Consultant) at MCA-M (Millennium Challenge Account-Mongolia)

Prizes & Awards:

  • ERASMUS Mundus Master Scholarship, 2015, University of Life Sciences and Natural Resources, Vienna, Austria

Memberships & Networks:

  • Water Science Policy
  • Central Asia Soil Society
  • Participant at the Falling Walls Mongolia Conference
  • Participant at the Sustainability and Mobility in the Context of Smart Cities International Conference