Dr. Eblal Zakzok is currently a senior lecturer teaching surveying, remote sensing and GIS courses at the Department. I graduated from the University of Manchester, UK in 2007 with a thesis research focused on the application of Remote Sensing and GIS to model runoff and non-point source (NPS) pollution at the watershed scale. My teaching profile is built on experience gained at different teaching levels, universities and cultures.
- CE 2410 Introduction to Surveying (Autumn and Spring)
- CE 5410 Surveying Engineering (Autumn)
- CE 5001 Introduction to Geographic Information System (GIS), (Autumn)
- CE 5420 Remote Sensing of Environment (Spring).
Accuracy Evaluation of Digital Elevation Models (DEMs) for hydrological studies: Using GIS spatial analysis to compare different set of DEMs in terms of their suitability to accurately extract important hydrological parameters based on watershed hydrologic analysis.
Damage Patterns in conflict zones from Satellite Imagery. Image enhancement:1. Using high and medium resolution satellite images to document damages to urban landscapes or agricultural activities.2. Data fusion.