Dr. Mozhdeh Shahbazi
Dr. Mozhdeh Shahbazi is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Geomatics Engineering, the University of Calgary since 2016. She is also lead research scientist at Centre de géomatique du Québec since 2019. She is vice president of Canadian remote sensing society (CRSS) and secretory of Working Group II, TCI at ISPRS since 2016. She received her BSc degree in civil/survey engineering in 2009, her MSc degree in geomatics/photogrammetry engineering in 2011, and her Ph.D. in applied geomatics in 2016. At the University of Calgary, she has established a research lab, Autonomous Mapping Lab. Her current research areas include: Development, integration and calibration of ranging and imaging technologies (UAV / MMS); Autonomous and high-precision mapping via vision-guided (unmanned aerial) systems; and the applications of such systems in infrastructure inspection and monitoring, precision agriculture, and mining. At Centre de geomatique du Québec, she supervises a technology-access center that aims for build innovation capacity in photogrammetry, hydrography and remote sensing.
Wednesday Dec 9, 2020
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Dr. Mozhdeh Shahbazi received her BSc in civil/surveying engineering in 2009, and her MSc degree in geomatics/photogrammetry engineering in 2011. She was a survey engineer and project consultant in the pipeline industry from 2009 to 2011. Her Ph.D. research at the department of applied geomatics, Université de Sherbrooke, was focused on the development of unmanned aerial systems for precise three-dimensional modeling of the environment. In 2014, she joined the Geospatial Information and Communication Technology Lab at York University. She is an adjunct member of the graduate program in Earth and Space Science and Engineering at York University. She was a lecturer at the College of Chicoutimi, Canada, in 2015. She was also working as a geomatics researcher at Centre de géomatique du Québec, from 2014 to 2016.