• Dr. Nasem Badreldin
  • Assistant Professor, Department of Soil Science

    University of Manitoba (Fort Garry Campus)
    Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences
    309 Ellis Building
    13 Freedman Crescent
    Winnipeg, Manitoba R3T 2N2 Canada




  • PhD (Geography), Ghent University, Gent Belgium
  • MSc. (Soil Science), Ghent University, Gent Belgium
  • BSc (Environmental Agricultural Sciences), Suez Canal University, North Sinai, Egypt


Research interests

Dr. Badreldin's research focuses on the development of computational technology and data analytics in agriculture and the environment to provide useful information that best benefits farmers, decision-makers, agribusiness, and the scientific community. Research interests are focused on:

• Crop yield prediction using space-borne sensors  
• Multi-scale data analysis in plant phenotyping
• Applications of proximal soil sensing in soil conservation and crop production
• Monitoring and assessing landscape dynamics at various spatiotemporal scales 
• Modeling physical and chemical soil properties using artificial intelligence and remote sensing technology