Dr. Ibrahim Karim is an architect and regional planner. He is a graduate of the prestigious Federal Institute (ETH) of Zurich, Switzerland, and holds a BA/MA and PhD/D.Sc. in Tourist Planning. Dr. Karim is the founder of the qualitative science of BioGeometry and currently teaches at several universities and supervises numerous postgraduate studies on the applications of the science of BioGeometry. He was chosen as man of the year by the Swiss magazine Anzeiger in 2005 for his success in reducing the effect of “electro smog” in several regions in Switzerland. Dr. Karim was also chosen as one of the 100 most innovative designers of the 20th Century on Swedish TV, and in 2018 was awarded the Amelia B. Edwards for outstanding achievement in the field of pyramid research.