Work permit: Eligible to work full-time (Dependent Tier 2 visa)
7 years experiences of using Earth observation to address environmental applications.
Knowledge of wide range of Earth observation sensors and their applications to geoscience.
Various skills on image processing and interpretation.
2012 - 2017 PhD in Geographical Information Science(s), University of Nottingham, UK Thesis title: “Enhancing the spatial resolution of Landsat data for mapping urban areas”
Urban Creep; Vegetation Mapping; Land Cover Mapping; Pixel/Object Classification; WorldView-2; Landsat Data; Spatial Resolution; Spectral Band; Accuracy Assessment; McNemar Test; Super Resolution Analysis; Sparse Representation.
Supervisors: Dr. Doreen Boyd, Prof. Giles Foody (University of Nottingham), and Prof. Paul Aplin (Edge Hill University).
Completed in June 2017.
2009 - 2011 MSc in Geographical Information Systems, Sheffield Hallam University, UK, Merit Dissertation title: Classification of Land-Use Patterns: Based on Extracting the Impervious Surface in the City of Sheffield '' (sponsored by Ordnance Survey)
2008 - 2009 Academic English Programme, Taylor University in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 2005 - 2008 BSc Geomatics, Azad University, Iran
June 2017 Research Assistant at the University of Nottingham, UK
Title: Vegetation Mapping to assess the Quality of Peatlands in The Flow Country, Using Optical and InSAR Remote Sensing Platforms.
This is a collaborative research project studies the ecological aspects of peatlands in the Flow Country (large areas of the North of Scotland). My role is to define the methodology to assess the condition of peatlands regarding their vegetation cover, using remote sensing technology including optical (Sentinel 2 and InSAR).
Areas of expertise
Data acquisition and pre-processing the various types of remote sensing data and platforms
Object-based image analysis
Various pixel-based image classification techniques
Super resolution analysis
Detailed urban land cover characterisation
Very high/ Medium resolution images
GIS and digital mapping
Apply remote sensing to address various environmental process
Experience on environmental applications of remote sensing
land cover/use characterisation
Land cover change
Impervious surface mapping
Ecological problems of peatlands
Urban creep distributions
Amazon Forest 3D mapping (using a LiDAR data)
Experience on satellite sensors
Landsat TM, ETM+, and OLI
Proficiency and experience with image analysis software
Another platform (in the process on self-learning)
Applications of InSAR in ground instability including landside
Experience on online free data sources
Google Earth Engine and Open street map
Momeni, R., Aplin, P., and Boyd, D., (2016), Mapping Complex Urban Land Cover from Spaceborne Imagery: The Influence of Spatial Resolution, Spectral Band Set and Classification Approach, Remote Sensing Journal (with impact factor 3.2), Vol. 8 (2), 88. http://www.mdpi.com/2072-4292/8/2/88
Planned publications (stemming from PhD research)
Momeni, R., Boyd, D., Foody, G., and Aplin, P., Using sparse representation to enhance detailed mapping capability of Landsat sensors data using a single WV-2, (plan to publish at the IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing Journal).
Momeni, R., Boyd, D., Foody, G., and Aplin, P., Urban mapping at high resolutions: exploiting the long-term EO record, Earth Observation for Knowledge Discovery, RSPSoc Annual Conference 2016 at The University of Nottingham.
Momeni, R., Aplin, P., and Boyd, D., A rigorous comparison of spatial, spectral and classifier properties when mapping complex urban land cover from spaceborne imagery, Earth Observation in the Sentinel Era, RSPSoc, NCEO and CEOI-ST Joint Annual Conference 2015, The University of Southampton.
Momeni, R., Aplin, P., and Boyd, D., First year PhD student Presentation to providing an overview on my research Ordnance, 2012 October, University of Nottingham
Momeni, R., Classification of Land-Use Patterns: Based on Extracting the Impervious Surface in the City of Sheffield, Ordnance Survey Annual MSc GIS/RS Seminar 2010 in The Southampton, UK.
Conference poster presentations
Momeni, R. and Aplin, P., (2014), Assessing the Performance of OBIA and Per-Pixel Based Classification Approaches to Map Detailed Urban Area, [Poster], 5th Annual GEOBIA Conference, 21–23 May, Thessaloniki, Greece.
Momeni, R., Aplin, P., and Boyd, D., (2013), A Simple Experiment to Test the Potential of WorldView-2 Imagery for Urban Land Cover Classification: a Comparison of Spatial, Spectral and Classifier Characteristics, [Poster], RSPSoc 2013 Annual Conference, Erath Observation for Problem Solving, 4 - 6 September, Glasgow, UK.
Won £500 Sponsorship from Ordnance Survey in The UK National MSc GIS student competition, 2010.
Co-supervision of an exchange PhD student: I worked proactively with a colleague from China on 3D modelling research project in Shanghai. My role was to provide guidance on using the sparse representation method to increase the spatial resolution of IKONOS to detect the buildings’ edge in this study.
Co-supervision of an MSc student: I acted as a supervisor on MSc dissertation entitled “using sparse representation to enhance the performance of a series of SPOT images for crop mapping using a single IKONOS imagery”. I transferred the concept of the sparse representation method and helping the student to develop a method for his research.
Supervising BSc students: I engaged the interest and enthusiasm of the several undergrad students on their dissertations on using various remote sensing data sets and image processing techniques into different environmental applications.
Feb–Jun 2017 Lecturer at the Kingston University London, UK
I support the teaching objectives of the Geography and Environment Academic Unit by delivering teaching to students at undergraduate level, through allocated lectures, tutorials, practical, in remote sensing and/or environmental change.
I designed various geographical projects in the GIS Field Trip for MSc students. For example, I defined surveying/mapping project including teaching the students who to use DGPS.
2012 - 2016 Demonstrator at the University of Nottingham,
While I was studying the PhD, I worked as a demonstrator in various remote sensing and GIS modules for both undergrad and postgraduate students.
Completed Intensive Learning Teaching Programme (ILTP) certificate from University of Nottingham, March 2013.
Nov-Jan2017 Research assistance at the University of Nottingham
This was two months job which was involved in data entry of liana survey.
2003 - 2005 Surveying experience at Perlite Construction Company in Iran,
I worked as a road surveyor in the national highway construction project of
Chabahar to Nikshahr to Iranshahr. I covered the entire aspects of surveying tasks corresponded to road construction including bridge building, cutting/filling, tunnel, and levelling.
Meetings & Workshops
2014 June International Workshop on Combinatorial Image Analysis, 5th GEOBIA Annual Conference, Thessaloniki, Greece,
2012 - 2013 East Midlands Consortium, various advanced workshops within the Midlands Universities, Including R programming, DGPS, how to publish a paper.
2011 June International Census Migration Data: Sources, Key Issues and Workshop, The University of Leeds,
Student member of RSPSoc
IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society (IEEE GRSS)
Team Work and Communication
2013 - 2015 Postgraduate mentor for early stage PhD students.
2012 - 2014 PhD representative in school of Geography for two years
Dr. Doreen Boyd: Address: Room c10 Sir Clive Granger, School of Geography, University of Nottingham, NG7 2RD, UK
Prof. Giles Foody: Address: Room A33 Sir Clive Granger, School of Geography, University of Nottingham, NG7 2RD, UK
Prof. Paul Aplin: Address: Department of Geography, Edge Hill University, Ormskirk, Lancashire, L39 4QP, UK
I have a full UK Driving license.
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