Kareem M Tonbol
Department of Engineering & Technology
Arab Academy for Science, Technology and Maritime Transport
Kareem serves as Assistant Professor of Maritime Meteorology & Physical Oceanography and Head of Maritime Meteorology & Hydrographic Survey Program at College of Maritime Transport & Technology (CMTT), Arab Academy for Science, Technology & Maritime Transport (AASTMT). In his role as Head of Maritime Meteorology & Hydrographic Survey Program, he is responsible for the management of the Program, including academics, operations, finance, and fund-raising. He directed & supervised more than 30 students’ graduation projects at the CMTT, the students worked 6 hours/week for 1 academic year. Kareem Established a: 1- Physical Lab used for undergraduate students in the CMTT, 2- Automatic Weather Observing System (AWOS) for education & research purposes in the CMTT, 3- Hydrographic survey lab for education & research purposes in the CMTT. Kareem reviewed manuscripts submitted for publication to peer-reviewed scientific journals in the “Journal of Operational Oceanography”, “Journal of Ocean & Coastal Management”, “Journal of Renewable Energy and Sustainable Development” & “Journal of Shipping and Ocean Engineering”. Kareem is a Physical Oceanographer with extensive research experience in climate change impacts on sea level, maritime transport and environmental protection, Oceanographic data analysis and Marine meteorology. He has published 9 research articles. Kareem has taught meteorology & physical oceanography to more than 1000 graduate and undergraduate students at Alexandria University & AASTMT. Kareem directing and supervising 3 PhD dissertations. Kareem representing the AASTMT in the meetings of the Permanent Arab Committee on Meteorology & its Sub-committees in the League of Arab States (LAS) & in the meetings of the World Meteorology Organization (WMO).
Engineering and Technology, Civil, Environmental engineering, Architecture