Karim W. Abdelmalik
Dr. Karim received his B.Sc., MSc. And Ph.D. Degrees from Ain Shams University, Cairo Egypt, in 1994, 1997 and 2000 respectively. He is currently an Associate Professor in Geology Department, Faculty of Science, Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt.
Major field: Geology. Minor field: Remote Sensing/GIS and Environmental Geology.
Research interest: Remote Sensing and GIS applications in geology and Geoenvironmental studies. More than 15 scientific and technical publication, in international scientific journals and international organization reports in addition to contributing in published international textbooks. He Participated in more than 25 National and international projects.
Scientific Research Projects:
Title : An integrated approach for a better understanding of hydrologic setting, longevity and optimum utilization of the Nubian Sandstone Aquifer System in Egypt.
Partners: Western Michigan University – Ain Shams University
National Academic of Science Project
Title : Geotourism potentials in Egypt and its socio-economic impact using remote sensing and GIS.
Other professional vacancies experience:
2000-2010 International consultant of remote sensing and GIS for Food and Agriculture Organization – United Nations (FAO-UN).
2013-2015 Consultant for Chairman of Mineral Sector/National service projects.
Reviewer in 4 international peer reviewed journals.