Nomundari Erdene

  • Role in Center:

    SMUS Doctoral Student

  • Discipline:

    Natural Sciences, Water Science, Hydraulic Engineering

  • University:

    Technical University Braunschweig

  • Country:


Biography: Nomundari is a young hydraulic engineer who is interested in urban water management and policy integration. Her priority is to raise the profile of the value of water by system-thinking that focuses on technology that meets the socio-demographic needs. Currently she is a PhD Candidate at Technical University of Braunschweig, Germany under the topic of: “Urban Water Security Index: Case of Ulaanbataar, Mongolia”.  

PhD Thesis Working Title: Urban Water Security Index: Case of 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 Security
  • Hydraulic Engineering
  • Environmental Engineering
  • Natural Resources Management

Current Position(s):

  • SMUS Doctoral Student, Germany
  • PhD Candidate, TU Braunchsweig, Germany
  • Assistant Project Manager, BWSEP, Mongolia

Past Position(s)

  • Project Officer, Caritas Czech Republic, Mongolia
  • Technical Assistant, Water Treatment GmbH

Prizes & Awards:

  • Since 2021: Global Center of Spatial Methods for Urban Sustainability Scholarship, Doctoral Student, Technical University Braunschweig, Germany 
  • 2015: ERASMUS Mundus, ALFABET Scholarship

Memberships & Networks:

  • Chairperson, IWRA Mongolia Chapter
  • East Asia Ambassador, Water Science Policy NGO
  • Urban Water Security Task Force, IWRA