Dr. Nasem Badreldin is a scientist in modeling soil degradation process and conservation dynamics. He received his Doctorate of Science in Geography from Ghent University (UGent) in Belgium (December 2013), and his M.Sc. in Physical Land Resources from the Faculty of Bioscience Engineering in UGent (September 2008). He worked as a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Center for Earth Observation Sciences (CEOS) in Dept. of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences at the University of Alberta in Canada, and at the Dept. of soil science in the University of Manitoba and the University of Guelph in Canada. He is professional in soil erosion modeling using machine learning algorithms, big remote sensing data, advanced spatial statistics. He is now working for the ministry of environment at the government of Saskatchewan as scientist in geoinformatics.
Dr. Nasem research interest are Soil Erosion Modeling, Landscape Change, Remote Sensing Data Analysis, Advanced GIS Analysis, Land Conservation Strategies and Monitoring Spatiotemporal Dynamics.