Nevo was elected to the National Academy of Sciences in 2000, and won the Israeli Prize of Life Sciences in 2016. In 2002 he was described as a â€œHighly Cited Researcherâ€ in Current Content: Upper 1/2% of all published world research during last 2 decades (American Society for Information Science and Technology). According to Thomson Reuters, he is among the top highly cited researchers in the world. He is a Foreign Member of the Linnean Society London (1990), and of the Ukraine Academy of Sciences (1997), an Honorary Member of the Ukraine Botanical Society (1995), of the American Society of Mammalogists (2002), and the Israel Zoological Society (2007). He received Honorary doctorates from World University (1990), the University of Duisburg-Essen (2009) Germany, Yorker
International University (2009), and International Biogeographical Centre, Cambridge (IBC, UK).
Eviatar Nevo(Research Area)
conducting active integrative research in biodiversity, molecular, genomic, and organismal evolutions, linking field, laboratory, and theoretical research programs across life focusing on stress and genetic evolution
Dr. Kaveh Ostad-Ali-Askari has been supervised by Prof. Mohammad Shayannejad during his Ph.D. study in Department of Civil Engineering, Najafabad Branch, IAU, Najafabad, Iran in 2019. Kaveh has published a large number of scientific books, reports, chapters, journals and conference papers. Kaveh has contributed to more than 350 publications in journals, books, chapters and technical reports. He has been successful in a number of research grants. Kaveh has been editorial board member of 4 ISI International journals and technical reviewer for about 10 scientific journals. He displays an extensive teaching experience in groundwater modeling system and hydrogeology, environmental science and climate change area. Kaveh has taught and developed course material for about 10 subjects at various levels and supervised over 5 graduate students. Kaveh has worked with several companies in groundwater area. During his American University Dubai & Canadian University Dubai affiliation, Kaveh has developed investigation and forecasting of quantity of groundwater resources using GMS model under climate change conditions. Recently, he had scientific visits from several counties particularly United Kingdom, Switzerland, Austria, Germany, and UAE for scientific collaborations.
Kaveh Ostad-Ali-Askari(Research Area)
Environmental impact assessment, Ground water hydrology, Climate change.
I am having 42 years experience in the R&D field. Two National Awards of Defense Research Development Organization, Ministry of Defense, Govt. of India have been conferred on me in recognition of my outstanding Scientific & Technological contributions. I have published more than 70 Research papers.
ANIL KUMAR SHRIVASTAVA(Research Area)
Bio fuels, Energy & Economy and Renewable Recovery and Sustainable Development
SONIA MBARKI is PhD Post doc research in Faculty Agrobiology Food and Naturals Resources Prague Czech Republic. She was PhD Researcher, lecturer in National Research Institute of Rural Engineering, Water and Forest (INRGREF) Tunisia. She has her PhD in biological science in a fellowship between Faculty of Science in Tunisia and Centre of Edafologia at Biologic CEBAS-CICIC Spain. She is interested to plant tolerance and screening different germoplasm to salt stress tolerance, secondary metabolites accumulation under salt stress. Member of ATAE association Abel Greener/Tunisian Association for Environmental Agriculture
Mbarki sonia(Research Area)
Phyotoremediation, bioremediation, HPLC analysis of photosynthetic pigments, Plant anatomy and ultrastructure,
Soil-plant interactions, Different types of plant culture, Plant nutrition and gas exchange measurements, Soil analyses (physicochemical, biochemical analysis (Soil microbial biomass soil enzymatic activities and microbial parameters). Fluorescence, Phenotyping for screening of plant tolerance to salt stress, Screenning of legumes plants for salt tolerance, Secondary metabolites (proline, carotenoids, polyphenols, anthocyaninâ€¦)