"Abdallah Bari is a Researcher-Founder and an advocate of applied mathematics and networking in research and development to develop collaboratively practical solutions. He developed several large databases and tailored applications used by national and international organizations, some of these applications have been translated from English to other languages including French and Russian. Worked globally with colleagues to elaborate on mathematical frameworks to seek together practical solutions considered as breakthroughs in 2015 and reported by international media. Organised international conferences and led international group discussions on innovations. Contributed to diverse international events including mathematical events such as fractals and complexity in nature, the Forum for Interdisciplinary Mathematics as well as numerous events organised by the Fields Institute for Research in Mathematical Sciences (Canada).
Published numerous articles, chapters and books such as a previous book on applied mathematics and omics to assess biodiversity for climate change related traits. This book on applied mathematics has been highly ranked and recommended. Reviewed papers and reports such as the World Bank IAASTD report. Conducted several international collaborative research with colleagues to explore mathematics' tremendous potential in research & development to address global issues within the sustainable development perspective.