Md Abdul Halim is a Smidth Science Fellow at the University of Toronto. Having obtained his Ph.D. in biometeorology from the same institution, Dr. Halim's research has been centred on the biogeophysical and biogeochemical aspects of managed ecosystems for their climate-smart management.
At present, Dr. Halim is concentrating on the integration of open-access remote sensing data and artificial intelligence for the precise identification of methane point sources in intricate urban environments. Besides his research pursuits, he is deeply passionate about teaching and mentoring, emphasizing a supportive and inclusive educational atmosphere. Dr. Halim is also committed to developing open-source teaching and research materials.
As a co-founder of CredoSense Inc., a company aimed at enhancing the accessibility of climate research in developing countries, Dr. Halim has played an integral role in creating cost-effective environmental sensor-logger systems. A dedicated researcher and entrepreneur, he is unwavering in his pursuit of a sustainable future for our planet.