Mohammad Hawila graduated from Texas A&M University with an MS and a PhD in Nuclear Engineering. He started his career as a Radiation Safety Engineer in the industrial sector in Jordan. He then joined the government sector as a Nuclear Engineer at the Jordan Atomic Energy Commission (JAEC), where he performed risk analysis studies and managed other projects. During his time at Texas A&M University, he interned at HTRI, conducting condensation project literature reviews and research data analysis. After he graduated with his PhD, he began working full-time for HTRI and is researching several single- and two-phase heat transfer and pressure drop projects for exchanger applications.