I am a Geoinformatics specialist and economic geologist. My research interests are focused on use of mathematical solution and Geoinformatics methods and techniques in geosciences problems and above all mineral exploration. I obtained my PhD in Geoinformatics from Clausthal University of Technology, Germany. I have extensive experience in image and data processing, remote sensing, manipulating geophysics, data integration, GIS and prospectivity analysis using data and knowledge driven methods. I have joined MDRU in late 2014 and have collaborated in MDRU’s Western Tethyan Metallogeny (WTM) project, Targeting Resources through Exploration and Knowledge (TREK) and SeArch BC’s west- central region Geosciences BC’s funded research projects. Also, I have more than 17 years’ experience working for the Geological Survey of Iran (GSI) and other exploration companies. During this period I have led regional mineral exploration projects using large spatio-temporal datasets and innovative techniques. Furthermore I have supervised trainers, graduate students, and experts on the application of geoinformatics and data integration techniques for mineral exploration.
Modern mineral exploration techniques
Advance spatial analysis and modeling
3D GIS in Geosciences researches
Development of Geospatial Information models and techniques
Application of Geoinformatics in Geosciences problems
Application of Remote Sensing in Geosciences researches
Application of Airborne geophysics in geological mapping and mineral exploration.
Big Geo-Exploration data-sets
Multi Criteria Decision Making (MCDM) Methods and their applications in GIS modelling