Postdoctoral Researcher, and Assistant Research Fellow
at Wuhan University
March 2017 - at Present
Utilize different interferometric techniques such as D-InSAR, PS-InSAR, and Coherence Change Detection, to analyze synthetic aperture radar data for surface deformation and velocity estimation, and developed a new method for land surface temperature temporal monitoring. Supervised three international Master students as a second supervisor, and acted as an academic mentor of international students at LIESMARS, Wuhan University.
at Guangzhou Institute of Geography, Guangdong Academy of Science
January 2016 - December 2016
Used Nighttime light images to explore population density distribution at the town scale along the Pearl River Estuary (PRE), Guangdong, China, and modeled population evacuation priorities in PRE in case of Tsunami hazard based on GIS and remote sensing techniques. Studied land surface temperature on coastal reclaimed areas of Lingding Bay, Guangdong, Southern China.
at Egyptian Ministry of Water Resources and Irrigation
September 2009 - August 2010
Muḩāfaz̧at al Jīzah
Was the corresponding GIS specialist for the Integrated Irrigation Improvement and Management Project (IIIMP). Mapped, edited, managed, and exported spatial data from the two main irrigation canals of the project including cartographic production and map presentations.
Spatial database Quality Control
at ESRI NeA (Quality Standards Information Technology)
May 2005 - August 2009
Muḩāfaz̧at al Jīzah
Initially employed as a data collection surveyor, then promoted to survey supervisor, rising to survey project manager, within a year of work. Worked as a digitizer and Geodatabase editor for two years, and promoted to a spatial data base quality control for another year; worked on many commercial projects in Egypt, Libya, and Saudi Arabia during this period.
at China University of Geosciences
2011 - 2015 (4 years) Hubei Sheng