Hamed Gholizadeh

Hamed Gholizadeh

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Title Plant Phenotyping Scientist
Address 304 Hardin Hall
3310 Holdrege Street
Lincoln NE
E-mail hamed.gholizadeh@unl.edu

I joined UNL as a post-doctoral research associate in 2016. Currently, I am working on evaluating biodiversity in prairie and forested ecosystems (NASA/NSF grant) and characterizing plant phenotypes (focusing on several varieties of sorghum; DOE grant) using airborne and in-site hyperspectral data. I have also received training in in-situ hyperspectral measurement and leaf pigment extraction. Prior to joining UNL, I worked on a range of projects on combining remote sensing, GIS, machine learning, and spatial statistics in terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems at Indiana University.

Educational Background

  • BS - University of Isfahan, Iran, Geomatics Engineering (2009)
  • MS - K.N. Toosi University of Technology, Tehran, Iran, Geomatics Engineering/Remote Sensing (2012)
  • PhD - Indiana University, Geography (2016)

SNR Program Area(s)

  • Applied Climate and Spatial Science

Areas of Interest

  • Remote sensing
  • GIS
  • Applications of spatial statistics in remote sensing
  • Machine learning
  • Spectral unmixing
  • Data clustering
  • Dimension reduction

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