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									                               ‫بسم هللا الرحمن الرحيم‬
                               Resume (Curriculum Vitae)
                       First        Middle        Family

Name              Abdulrahman           Ali      Alazba

Nationality:           SAUDI

Sex:                   Male: X                    Female:

Academic Rank: Professor of WATER and IRRIGATION

                       at Department of Agricultural Engineering

               Irrigation Engineering
Majors
               Hydraulics & Hydrology & Management of Watershed



                               ACADEMIC DEGREES:

Ph.D.: Arizona University, Engineering and Mines College

University Location (City, Country): Tucson, Arizona, United Sates of America

Ph.D. Acquiring Date: 4/1994

MS.:      Colorado State University, Engineering College

University Location (City, Country): Fort Collins, Colorado, United States of America

Date of Obtaining Degree: 12/1989

B.Sc.: King Saud University, Food & Agriculture Sciences College

University Location (City, Country) : Riyadh, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Date of Obtaining Degree: 2/1985



                                 EMPLOYMENT HISTORY

        Professor, Agric. Eng. Department, College of Agriculture, King Saud Univ. since

6/2004.

        Associate Professor, Agric. Eng. Department, College of Agriculture, King Saud

Univ.           From 10/1999 To 5/2004.

        Assistant Professor, Agric. Eng. Department, College of Agriculture, King Saud

Univ.           From 6/1994 To 10/1999 .

        Teaching Assistant, Agric. Eng. Department, College of Agriculture, King Saud

Univ. From 2/1985 To 6/1994.
                      (ACADEMIC WORKAS AND PAPERS)


                                        WATER
  1.     Alazba, A. A. (1989). Weekly Water Ordering Fortran Program for System B
   of Mahaweli Project in Srilanka. Technical Paper, College of Engineering, Colorado
   Sate University.

  2.       Alazba, A. A. (1998). “Necessity for Modification of Management Parameters
   when Using Low Water Quality”. Journal of Agricultural Water Management. Vol
   (36): 201-211.

  3.      Alazba, A. A. (1997). Water Harvesting: Concept and Application. First
   Saudi Symposium on Water. Ministry of Agric. And Water.

  4.     Alazba, A. A. (2002). “Simple mathematical model for water advance
   determination”. Journal of Irrigation Science. Vol. 21 No. 2:75-81.

  5.      Alazba, A. A. (2002). “Irrigation water management: Present and future
   status”. First symposium of the Saudi Society for Agricultural Sciences, King Saud
   University, Riyadh.
  6.      Alazba, A. A. (2002). Modeling Reference Evapotranspiration for Hyper Arid
   Area Using Penman-Monteith Equation. Journal of Irrigation and Drainage
   engineering. ASCE. Vol (- ) No (-).

  7.     Alazba, A. A. (2002). Measured and Estimated Crop ET for Wheat and
   Barely in the Central Region of Saudi Arabia. Journal of Applied Engineering in
   Agriculture. ASAE. Vol (- ) No (-).

  8.     Alazba, A. A., Alghobari, H. M., Alotay, A. A. (2002). Assessment of surface
   and subsurface water uniformities. Journal of Agricultural Sciences, King Saud
   University. Vol (- ) No (-).

  9.      Alazba, A. A. (2002), Algarni, A. M., Alarfaj, F. A. GIS Base for determining
   Irrigation Water Requirement in Saudi Arabia. Journal of Agricultural Water
   Management. Vol (- ) No (-).

  10.    Alazba, A. A. (2005). Estimating water for crops using Mathematical models
   and Contour Maps.

  11.     Al-Harkan, I., Hariga, M., Azaiez, M, Alazba, A., and Al-Fawzan M. 2006. A
   design of mathematical models for water and land management., An International
   Conference, Turkey.
                                     IRRIGATION
  12.     Alazba, A. A. (1998). “Quantitative Management Variable Equations for
   Irrigation Borders.” Journal of Applied Engr. in Agri. ASAE. Vol (14) 6: 583-589.

  13.       Alazba, A. A. and Strelkoff, T. (1994). “Correct Form of Hall Technique for
    Border Advance”. J. of Irrigation and Drainage engineering, American Socity of
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   Civil Engineers (ASCE). Vol 120 (2): 292-307.

 14.     Alazba, A. A. and Fangmeier, D. D. (1995). “Hydrograph Shape and Border
  Irrigation Efficiency”. J. of Irrigation and Drainage engineering, ASCE Vol 121 (6):
  452-457.

 15.    Alazba, A. A. (1997). “Design Procedure for Border Irrigation”.
  Journal of Irrigation Science. Vol (18): 33-43.

 16.    Alazba, A. A. (1999). Better Irrigation Automation with Proper Cutaback
  Time. ASAE/CSAE-SCGR Annual International Meeting. Paper No. 992090.

 17.     Alazba, A.A., H. M. Alghobari and A. A. Alotay. (1999). Field Evaluation of
  Below Soil Surface Uniformity For Center Pivot. ASAE/CSAE-SCGR Annual
  International Meeting. Paper No. 992052.

 18.   Alazba, A.A. (2001). Theoretical estimate of palm water requirements using
  Penman-Monteith model. ASAE Annual International Meeting. Paper No. 012100.

 19.     Alazba, A. A. (2002). Basin Irrigation Simulation with Constant and Variable
  Inflow Rates using Zero Inertia Model. Journal of Irrigation and Drainage
  engineering. ASCE. Vol (- ) No (-).

 20.    Alazba, A. A. (2002). Ratios of Cutback-Advance times for border Irrigation.
  Journal of Agricultural Sciences, Cairo University. Vol (- ) No (-).

 21.      Alazba, A. A. (2005). Calculating F factor for Center-Pivots using Simplified
  Formula and Modified Christiansen Equation. J. King Saud Univ., Vol. 17, Agric.
  Eci. (2).

 22.    Alazba, A. A. (2005). Integrated water management for irrigation in Saudi
  Arabia. Scientific meeting, Saudi Society for Agricultural Sciences.

 23.       Alazba, A. 2007. Surge Flow in Subsurface Drip Irrigation (SDI) with Single and Dual
   Lines. ASAE International Meeting, USA.




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                                            GRANTED PROJECTS AND RESEARCHES+

                    Project/Research Name*                          Period (Years)    Participation Type
                                                        Approved
Development of irrigation water requirement model for                     3              Co-Principle
water conservation in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia                                         Investigator
Development of decision support system for optimal                        3              Co-Principle
irrigation water use and crop selection                                                   Investigator
Visual Programming of Mathematical Models for                            1.5         Principle Investigator
Theoretical Computation of Reference
Evapotranspiration with Dual Language

Using Lysimeters to develop computer program and                          3                 Member
Digital Et maps to estimate crop water requiremetns for
water conseravtion in the Kingdom
Water Requirements for Economical Crops in saudi                          5                 Member
Arbia
Compelet Computer Program for Vegetable Crops in                         2.5             Co-Principle
Saudi Arabia.                                                                             Investigator

Policies and Regulations of a Complete Water Law in Saudi                1.5               Member
Arabia-
Simulation of Furrows using Different Inflow Patterns                    1.5         Principle Investigator
Seedling growth, survival and establishment of some                       2                Member
range plants in response to gradient
Saving in irrigation water using two soil moisture                        1          Principle Investigator
measurements
                                                         Proposed
Policies and Regulations of a Complete Water Law in                      1.5                Member
Saudi Arabia-
+ Total cost = 9 210 969 SR = 2 456 258 $
*Finished and going on
-not started yet




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                         Conferences and Symposiums’ Attendance*

          Annual International meeting of the ASAE. 10-14 August 1997. Minneapolis,

Minnesota, USA.

          Annual Meeting of the ASCE- Water Resources Engineering Division. 3-7/10/1998.

Memphis, Tennessee, USA.

          Annual International meeting of the ASAE. 18-21 July 1999. Toronto_Ontario,

Canadfa.

          Symposium on Desert Studies in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia “Extant and

Implementations”. 2-4/10/1994. King Saud University, Riyadh.

          Symposium of Higher Education in The Kingdom. 22-25/2/1998. Riyadh, Saudi

Arabia.

          Computer Networks and Distributed Data Bases. 2-4/3/1998. Chamber of Commerce

and Industry, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

*Not including all




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                            PRACTICAL EXPERIENCES AND ADVISORY
       Supervisor of the Computers and Networks Unit at Food and Agriculture Sciences College-
King Saud University, 1997 to date, with achievement of establishing a Fast Ethernet Network
       Member of a team writing a GIS proposal submitted to the Ministry of Agriculture and
Water to regionally monitor the activities of the ministry and its branches (1 year).
       Member of Saudi Team working jointly with a Japanese team for studying the phenomena of
Junipers Die-Back in Southern area of Saudi Arabia (Group of water balance and climate changes)
(0.5 year).
       IFAD local consultant for the inspection on opportunities for agricultural investment in Jazan
and Tohama Plains (issue of water resources and irrigation networks) (0.5 year).
       Member of a committee formed by the Ministry of agriculture to study the status of
irrigation in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. (1.5 years)
       Team Leader of WATER & ENERGY program at NADEC and INMA (Agricultural
companies) to conserve water and energy at field level (actual farms) consisting of thousands of
hectares (3-5 years and still going on, particularly at INMA company).
       Part-time consultant at ministry of higher education since 2004.
       Member of Water and Irrigation Committee at Riyadh Chamber of Commerce and
Industry (6 years).
       Adviser of A Graduate Student at Agr. Engr. Dept., Food and Agr. Sc.College, King
Saud, Univ. “Designing A Geographical Information Systems for Determination of Irrigation
Water Requirement”.
       Co-Adviser of A Graduate Student at Agr. Econ. Dept., Food and Agr. Sc. College,
King Saud, Univ. “Evaluation of Uniformity of Water Distribution From Center Pivot Affected
by Nozzles Height”. 1998-1999.
       Co-Adviser of A Ph.D. Student at Irr. Engr. Dept., Agr. College, Tahran Univ. “
       International examiner of a Ph.D. student at Lahore University, Water research center.




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                                         Councils:
       Member of the Agricultural Engineering Department Council since June 1994.
       Member of the Agricultural College Council, 1998.


                                         Societies:
       Member of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE).
       Member Engineer of the American Society of Agricultural Engineers (ASAE).
       Life member of Asian Society of Agricultural Engineering (ASAE).
       Member of the Saudi Society for Agricultural Sciences (SSAS).


                                      Taught Courses:
   Language Programming
   Fluid Mechanics
   Hydraulics and Hydrology
   Irrigation Systems
   Water Resources


                                         Interests:
 Technologies and Techniques of Water & Irrigation
 Programming, Modeling, Simulation, Optimization.
 Applications of Geographical Information Systems (GIS), Remote Sensing Systems (RSS and
    Decision Support Systems (DSS).
 Crop Water Requirements Estimates and Irrigation Scheduling Techniques.
 Hydraulics, Watershed management, Water harvesting.
 Design, evaluation, and operation of irrigation systems.
 Management of irrigation water.
 Demand on water for irrigation.



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 Irrigation projects planning and development.




                                           Books:
Translated:
Alazba, Alamoud, Alghobari, Awad. 2005. Irrigation System Design: An Engineering
Approach, authored by Richard G. Cuenca.
To Be translated:
Alazba, (----). Water Resources Engineering authored by Prakash and published by
ASCE press (2004).




                                      Committees
   o Member of International collaboration Unit at King Saud University (2 years)
   o Member of University Homepage Committee at King Saud University (2 years)
   o Member of Accreditation Committee at the Department of Agric. Eng. (established
       recently).




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