Maha Haji

Maha Haji

Visiting Assistant Professor
Sibley School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Selected Publications

M. N. Haji, and A. H. Slocum, “An Offshore Solution to Cobalt Shortages” (under review for Renewable &
Sustainable Energy Reviews).

M. N. Haji, J. Drysdale, K. Buesseler, and A. H. Slocum, “Results of Ocean Trial of a Symbiotic Device to Harvest Uranium from Seawater through the Use of Shell Enclosures,” (under review for Environmental Science & Technology).

M. N. Haji, J. Gonzalez, J. Drysdale, K. Buesseler, and A. H. Slocum, “Effects of Protective Shell Enclosures on Uranium Adsorbing Polymers,” Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 57(45), 15534-15541, 2018.

M. N. Haji, J. M. Kluger, T. P. Sapsis, and A. H. Slocum, “A Symbiotic Approach to the Design of Offshore Wind Turbines with Other Energy Harvesting Systems,” Ocean Engineering, 169, 673-681, 2018.

M. E. Flicker Byers, M. N. Haji, A. H. Slocum, and E. Schneider, “Cost Optimization of a Symbiotic System to Harvest Uranium from Seawater via an Offshore Wind Turbine,” Ocean Engineering, 169, 227-241, 2018.

Education

B.S. (Mechanical Engineering), University of California, Berkeley, 2012
B.A. (Applied Math), University of California, Berkeley, 2012

M.S. (Oceanographic Engineering), Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 2015

Ph.D. (Mechanical and Oceanographic Engineering), Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 2017