FAMU-FSU Engineering Researcher to Serve on the Leon County Science Advisory Committee

ebrahim ahmadisharaf

Ebrahim Ahmadisharaf, a faculty researcher in the civil and environmental engineering department at the FAMU-FSU College of Engineering, has been appointed to the Leon County Board of County Commissioner’s Science Advisory Committee. He will serve a four-year term, ending in Sept.  2027.

The committee provides input on the ecological condition of lakes, groundwater, and the environmental impact of urbanization on natural features in Florida’s capital city. The body also recommends policy changes and management strategies to enhance water quality in the community. 

“I am looking forward to working with the committee on environmental issues that will help make a difference in the community where we live,” Ahmadisharaf said.

Ahmadisharaf is associated with the Resilient Infrastructure and Disaster Response (RIDER) Center at the College and specializes in sustainable water management, advanced data technology and prediction. 


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