Mohammad Bagherbandi

Mohammad Bagherbandi


Head of subject Land Surveying
Faculty of Engineering and Sustainable Development


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He received B.Sc. in Land Surveying Engineering (2000), and then the M.Sc. degree in Geodesy from K.N.Toosi University,Tehran, Iran in 2002, the Ph.D. degree from the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Stockholm, Sweden, in 2011. He promoted to Docent in Geodesy (2013). He is working as Professor at University of Gävle and Senior Researcher at KTH.

He is member of editorial board in Journal of Geodetic Science since 2013.

Except his academic activities he was project manager of railway and highway studies in different phases of construction of the projects in Metra Consulting Engineering Co. from 2001-2007 in Tehran-Iran.

Research Projects

1. Determination of precise geoid for Iran based on Stokes-Helmert scheme and its accuracy, Report 2003, National Cartographic Centre of Iran (NCC), TOTAK project, 2003, Iran.

2. Studying Moho Topography and Its Density Contrast by GOCE, (2011-2012), a research project that supported by Swedish National Space Board (Rymdstyrelsen), Project no. 76/10:1.

3.  Modelling the Earth’s crust by combining GOCE, terrestrial gravity and seismic data (2013-2014), a research project that supported by Swedish National Space Board (Rymdstyrelsen).

4. Deformation network design of man-made constructions, (2013-2014), a research project that supported by Formas.

Supervision (PhD students):

1- Mehdi Shafiei Joud (2012-2016) , Co-supervisor, KTH, Stockholm, Sweden

2- Majid Abrehdary (2013-2016) , Co-supervisor, KTH, Stockholm, Sweden

3- Juan Manuel Alcacer Sánchez (Since 2013-2017), Co-supervisor, National University of San Juan, Argentina.

4- Nureldin Gido (Since 2015). Main supervisor, KTH, Stockholm, Sweden.

5- Hadi Amin (Since 2017). Main supervisor, University of Gävle.

6- Arash Jouybari (Since 2018). Main supervisor, University of Gävle.

Research Interests

  • Applied Geodesy (Surveying, 3D modelling and precise positioning)
  • Gravimetric Geoid determination and datum unification
  • Deformation monitoring by geodetical techniques (space-based and terrestrial sensors)
  • Satellite Gravimetry (Climate change, Geohazard, land uplift modelling)
  • Satellite Altimetry (sea level rise, marine Geodesy)
  • Airborne Gravimetry

Latest publications

Gido, N., Bagherbandi, M. & Sjöberg, L. (2019). A gravimetric method to determine horizontal stress field due to flow in the mantle in Fennoscandia. Geosciences Journal, 23 (3), 377-389. 10.1007/s12303-018-0046-8 [More information]
Gido, N., Bagherbandi, M., Sjöberg, L. & Tenzer, R. (2019). Studying permafrost by integrating satellite and in situ data in the northern high-latitude regions. Acta Geophysica, 67 (2), 721-734. 10.1007/s11600-019-00276-4 [More information]
Baranov, A., Tenzer, R. & Bagherbandi, M. (2018). Combined Gravimetric–Seismic Crustal Model for Antarctica. Surveys in geophysics, 39 (1), 23-56. 10.1007/s10712-017-9423-5 [More information]
Baranov, A., Bagherbandi, M. & Tenzer, R. (2018). Combined Gravimetric-Seismic Moho Model of Tibet. Geosciences, 8 (12). 10.3390/geosciences8120461 [More information]
Tenzer, R., Foroughi, I., Sjöberg, L., Bagherbandi, M., Hirt, C. & Pitoňák, M. (2018). Definition of Physical Height Systems for Telluric Planets and Moons. Surveys in geophysics, 39 (3), 313-335. 10.1007/s10712-017-9457-8 [More information]
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