Mohammad Kittaneh, M.A.

Mohammad Kittaneh

Institut für geographische Wissenschaften

Fachrichtung Anthropogeographie

AB Prof. Dr. H. Kreutzmann

Doktorand

Adresse Malteserstr.74-100
Raum K 081
12249 Berlin
Telefon (+49 30) 838 - 70207
Fax (+49 30) 838 - 4 70207
E-Mail mtkittaneh@birzeit.edu

Kurzbiographie

seit Okt. 2012

Doktorand am Centre for Development Studies (ZELF), FU Berlin, gefördert durch die PalTel Gruppe und die Birzeit Universität, Palästina

Titel: "Study of Urban Encroachment - Impact on Environment and Agricultural Land in Ramallah and Al-Bireh Cities"

Juli 2010-Sept. 2012

Lehrer im Geographie Institut, Birzeit University - Palästina

März 2008-Jan.2011

Labor Techniker (GIS and Remote Sensing) und  Computer Techniker, Birzeit University – Palästina

März 2007-Dez. 2009

Master in Geographie - Birzeit University - Palästina

Febr. 2007-Febr. 2008

Maps and Aerialphotographsanalyst - SKYMAP for Aerial Photo Geometry – Ramallah, Palästina

Febr. 2007-Juli 2007

Assistenz-Lehrer (GIS), Geographie Institut, Birzeit University – Palästina

Sept.2000-Juli 2004

Bachelor in Geographie - Birzeit University - Palästina

Forschungsschwerpunkte

  • Urbanization and Environment
  • GIS and Remote Sensing
  • Using Technology in geographical studies
  • Policies and development in developing countries
  • Regional focus: West Bank, Palestine

 

Forschungsprojekte

  • Trends of Palestinian Hospitality and Tourism: 1995-2008. (Co-Author).
  • Removing the Trees and Cultivating the Stones in Ramallah and Al Bireh Cities.

 

Konferenzen und workshops

  • Water rights in Palestine (Jericho Case study): partnership to build capacity for integrated and international water resources management -  a workshop that was made successful due to much collaboration with The American Commerce in Jordan (AmCham Jordan), The Global Engineering Program (GEP) at Purdue University, and Al Balqa Applied University. (March 15th – 16th, 2010).

  • Desertification In Eastern slopes of central Palestinian mountains utilizing GIS and Remote Sensing. The Tenth Workshop of lower-Jordan Valley Basin Research Project, October 6th – 9th 2008. Amman, Jordan. (Partner).

  • Urban Encroachment on Agricultural Land in Ramallah and Al Bireh Cities using GIS. The Ninth Workshop of lower-Jordan Valley Basin Research Project, September 24-27 2007. Birzeit University, Birzeit, Palestine.

Publikation

  • Study Urban Encroachment in Ramallah and Al-Bireh cities using Geographic Information system (GIS) and Remote sensing (RS). (In Arabic), Journal of the Arab Geographer, 2009.