TabsSummaryWisam E. Mohammed, B.Sc., M.Sc. and Ph.D.: Assistant professor of GIScience in Collage of Architecture and Planning, Imam Abdulrahman Bin Faisal University, Saudi Arabia. He taught spatial sciences since 1998 at various universities in Egypt, Bahrain and Saudi Arabia. He has worked as GIS consultant for different national and international organizations such as United Nation Development Program (UNDP) and World Wildlife Fund (WWF). In the last ten years, he has published more than ten research papers and four reference books in the field of GIScience. He is permanent member of the Editorial Board of the Journal of Earth Sciences since 2019. His research interests include issues of merging data science in spatial science to model and understand the environmental phenomena, and open-source spatial technology. Dr. Wisam is: Head of Strategic Planning and Risk Management Committee Member of Steering Committee Three (standard 5,6) Member of Postgraduate Studies Committee Member of KPI Data Collection & Analysis Committee Member of Research & Publications Committee Member of Steering Committee Five (standard 10,11) Publications Urban Heat Islands in Bahrain: Urban Perspectives. A remote sensing study of spatiotemporal variations in drought conditions in northern Asir, Saudi Arabia. Sustainability and GIS Application in Operating Smart Campuses in the Smart Cities. Integrating Remote Sensing and Field Survey to Map Shallow Water Benthic Habitat for the Kingdom of Bahrain. Urban Heat Islands in Bahrain: An Urban Perspective. Environmental planning for geo-tourism in wadi el-deesah USING GIS. Integrating Remote Sensing and Field Survey to Map Shallow Water Benthic Habitat for the Kingdom of Bahrain. Sustainable Planning for Environmental Sensitive Area using Multi Criteria\Multi Objective Spatial Analysis: Case Study El-Dabaa, Egypt Monitoring and Forecasting Land Use Changes and Urban Growth Using Markovian Cellular Automata Spatial Model Spatial Framework to Develop Land Use in an Environmental Sensitive Area; Case Study: El Daba’a Region – A. R. Egypt - Part I: Ecological Value Assessment Using GIS Monitoring and Assessment of Separation Wall's Impacts on the Transportation Network in the West Bank – Palestine. Free and Open Source GIS: An Overview on the Recent Evolution of Projects, Standards and Communities. Evaluation of Rooftop Potentiality for Solar Energy Generation Using Geographic Information Systems. Modern Trends in Geographic Information Systems Qualifications Bachelor in Alexandria University. Egypt Master Alexandria University. Egypt PhD in Alexandria University. Egypt ResearchGIS Environmental assessment and planning.