Climate change, hydrology and hydrological modelling (field, irrigation, basin and continental), integrated water resources management, remote sensing, water accounting and productivity assessment, water-energy-food nexus and water policy
Ricardo Energy and Environment (UK), Australian government’s Bureau of Meteorology, GHD Pty Ltd (Australia), Charles Sturt University (Australia), CSIRO Land and Water (Australia), Center for Development Research (ZEF), University of Bonn (Germany), and CGIAR Research Centers (International Rice Research Institute [IRRI] and International Water Management Institute [IWMI]). Mohsin has worked as an integrated water resources management and modelling expert with prestigious world-class water research and academic institutes, donors, water utilities, governments, and international consulting companies. He has authored or co-authored nearly 200 scientific publications and has supervised two MSc and 13 PhD students in the field of water resources management, agricultural water management, food security, and rural development. He has worked extensively in 14 countries (Australia, Burkina Faso, Germany, Ghana, China, Netherlands, Pakistan, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Lao PDR, Uganda, UK, USA and Uzbekistan). He is an Adjunct Professor (Water Resources) with two Chinese universities. Mohsin has been based at IWMI’s office in Lahore, Pakistan, since 2019.
English, Urdu, Punjabi