Nuredin Teshome is a Senior Lecturer in physics at Wollo University and a last-year PhD student in Space Science and Applications at the Space Science and Geo-spatial Institute.

Nuredin’s research focuses on the coupling of space and land processes, specifically on the applications of space science for forecasting and modeling inland water quality. Nuredin is the author and co-author of some journals related to the application of space science for water quality assessment. He is currently writing a journal on the development of space space-based water quality forecasting model.

Nuredin received his bachelor's degree from Dire Dawa University in Applied Physics and his master's degree from Haramaya University in Computational Physics.