Mahdi Khoshlahjeh Azar
- PhD Researcher
Mahdi Khoshlahjeh Azar received a B.Sc. degree in Geomatics from Tabriz University, Iran, in 2017; an M.Sc. degree in remote sensing and photogrammetry (thesis title: Investigating the behavior of land subsidence in susceptible areas of sinkhole using InSAR) from K.N. Toosi University of Technology, Tehran, Iran, in 2019. He is currently a Ph.D. researcher at University College Dublin, School of Earth Sciences, and working on the topic of monitoring Irish peatland restoration by satellite remote sensing under the supervision of Dr. Eoghan Holohan. He has authored and co-authored several research papers, including leading international journals and peer-reviewed international conference proceedings. His main research interests are in SAR Interferometry (InSAR) and RADAR remote sensing. Additionally, he is interested in machine/deep learning and time series analysis.
- Postgraduate Researcher
- Earth Science in Society
- Geohazards and Geoengineering