Ghofran Salah

Dr Ghofran Salah BSc, MSc, PhD

Lecturer in Engineering Management

Dr Ghofran Salah is an experienced academic with over 10 years of experience in Higher Education. She has been teaching at October University for Modern Sciences and Arts in Industrial Engineering from 2013 until 2016. Then, she has started her PhD in 2017 in sustainable supply chain until 2023. She worked as an hourly paid lecturer at University of Greenwich in Engineering Management from March 2023 until June 2023. In July 2023, she joined the School of Engineering as full time lecturer in Engineering Management.

She is the BEng Engineering Management programme leader and module leader for Engineering Principles management, Project Management, and Fundamental of Engineering Business Practice. Her practice encompasses inclusivity to enhance the learning environment and experience for all students, as well as motivating them to develop a positive and growth.

Responsibilities within the university

  • Programme Leader for BEng Engineering Management.
  • Module Leader: Engineering Principles management, Project Management, and Fundamental of Engineering Business Practice.


Best Overall Performance Prize in her Master study at University of Greenwich and award of a scholarship to study for a PhD at University of Greenwich’


Member at the Supply Chain Sustainability School.

Research / Scholarly interests

Areas of interest are Supply Chain, Sustainability, Environmental Impact, Quality Management, Six Sigma, Lean Manufacturing, Green Sustainable Production.

Recent publications

  • Salih, A. N. and Salah, G.M. (2024) The Application of Six Sigma to Improve Textile Factory Inventory Costs. World Journal of Advanced Research and Reviews, 21(2), pp. 1918–1934.
  • Salah, Ghofran M. J. A. and Romanova, Anna (2017) Coconut fibre as an alternative growth compound for Living Green Walls. In: The Second Medway Engineering Conference on Systems Efficiency, Sustainability and Modelling, Tuesday, 6th June 2017, University of Greenwich, Chatham Maritime ME4 4TB.
  • Romanova, Anna and Salah, Ghofran (2018) Social study on public awareness of the Living Green Wall health benefits. In: ABC: Activating Biophilic Cities, 4-5 September 2018, University of Greenwich.
  • Salah, G. and Romanova, A. (2019) Sustainable resources to improve on living green walls acoustics: Supply chain study, In Proceedings of the International Congress on Acoustics, International Commission for Acoustics (ICA), pp. 6743–6750.
  • Salah, G.M. and Romanova, A. (2021) Life Cycle Assessment of Felt System Living Green Wall: Cradle to Grave Case Study. Environmental Challenges, p.100046.