Dr. Imad-eldin A. Ali Babiker. He graduated from the Agriculture Collage, Mansora University, Egypt and joined the Agricultural Research Corporation of the Sudan as Assistant Research Scientist. During this period he carried out extensive field experiments and applied research. In 1990 he pursued his education as a graduate student at Cornell University -USA- and received a Master degree in 1993 in Soil and Water Engineering. Thereafter, he continued his education in Japan at Tottori University and obtained his Ph.D. degree in 1997 specializing in Bio Production and Arid Lands Resources Management.
In 1997, he joined the Arid Land Research Center (ALRC) of Tottori University, Japan as Research Associate (Post Doctor). During his work at the ALRC he carried out applied and basic research and had written scientific papers published in refereed periodical journals and international conferences. Also, during that period he supervised and coached research projects of graduate and undergraduate students and co-taught undergraduate soil and water management courses.
In 1999 he returned to Sudan, his first home country, and worked as Research Assistant Professor for the Agricultural Research Corporation during which he lead and carried out research projects for soil and water management in the arid zones of the western region of Sudan. During the same period he taught on the Faculty of Environmental Sciences, Omdurman Al-Ahlia University as Assistant Professor. The courses he taught included Soil Science, Soil Management, water resources management, Environmental Sciences, statistics, Research and Experimental Design.
In July 2002 he returned to the USA and worked with a consulting engineering firm as soil laboratories manager. He joined the Defense Language Institute (DLI) in California as Assistant Professor in the Middle East Schools since 2005 teaching Arabic language, Culture and Geopolitics. In July 2007, he obtained a Master of Art (MA) at California State University Monterey Bay (CSUMB) in Instructional Sciences and Technology (MIST).
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