Hamid Hamraz - Ph.D. Candidate

Department of Computer Science, University of Kentucky

 

Contact

Email: h h a m r a z AT c s DOT u k y DOT e d u

 

 

 Research Area

Computational and data sciences:

·       Remote Sensing and Computer Vision

·       Parallel and Distributed Computing (applied)

·       Data mining and machine learning (applied)

 

Thesis Topic

Computational Forest Modeling using Airborne LiDAR

 

Advisors

Prof. Nathan Jacobs

Prof. Marco A. Contreras (Department of Forestry)

 

Publications

1.      Hamraz H., Contreras M.A., and Zhang J. (2017). Forest understory trees can be segmented accurately within sufficiently dense airborne laser scanning point clouds, Scientific Reports 7 (doi: 10.1038/s41598-017-07200-0): Nature. Free access©

2.      Hamraz H., Contreras M.A., and Zhang J. (2017). Vertical stratification of forest canopy for segmentation of understory trees within small-footprint airborne LiDAR point clouds, ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing 130C (pp. 385-392): Elsevier. Free access until Aug. 31, 2017. manuscript©

3.      Hamraz H., Contreras M.A., and Zhang J. (2017). A scalable approach for tree segmentation within small-footprint airborne LiDAR data, Computers and Geosciences 102 (pp. 139-147): Elsevier. manuscript©.

4.       Hamraz H., Contreras M.A., and Zhang J. (2016). A robust approach for tree segmentation in deciduous forests using small-footprint airborne LiDAR data, International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation 52 (pp. 532-541): Elsevier. manuscript©.

5.      Hamraz S.H., Minaei-Bidgoli B., & Punch W.F. (2007). VWM: An Improvement to Multiagent Coordination in Highly Dynamic Environments, Multiagent System Technologies (pp. 98-108): Springer.

6.         Hamraz S.H. & Feyzabadi S.S. (2006). General-Purpose learning machine using k-nearest neighbors algorithm, RoboCup 2005: Robot Soccer World Cup IX (pp. 529-536): Springer.

7.     Hamraz, H., Feyzabadi, S.S.: “IUST RoboCupRescue Simulation Agent Competition Team Description”, Center of Scientific Innovations, IUST, (Feb. 2006) PDF©

8.   Hamraz, H., et al.: “Caspian RoboCup Rescue Simulation Agent Competition Team Description”, RoboCup Research Lab., Dept. of Computer Engineering, IUST,(Feb. 2005) PDF©

 

 

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Technical Reports

1.     Hamraz, H., Zhang, J. and Contreras M.A.: “Forest Modeling using Airborne LiDAR”, Dissertation Summary for Doctoral Consortium of Tapia Conference 2015, PDF

2.     Hamraz, H.: “Chart Image Classification”, Department of Computer Science, University of Kentucky (May 2014) PDF

3.     Hamraz, H.: “Access to Science for Visually Impaired”, Department of Computer Science, University of Kentucky (April 2014) PDF

4.     Hamraz, H.: “Internet of Things – Application to Smart Grid”, Dept. of Computer Science, University of Kentucky (Dec. 2013) PDF

5.     Hamraz, H., Bidkhori, G.: “Wireless Mesh Networks: A Survey On Routing Approaches”, Department of Computer Science, University of Kentucky (May 2013) PDF

6.     Bidkhori, G., Forshee, J., Hamraz, H., Puthanthodiyil, R., Siedleman, W.: “Classification and Identification of Heuristics Utilized In Table Comprehension through User Eye Movement Analysis”, Computer Science Department, University of Kentucky (Dec. 2012) PDF

7.     Hamraz, H.: “General-Purpose Learning Engine”, final bachelor’s project report, Dept. of Computer Engineering, Iran University of Science and Technology, (Mar. 2007) PDF in Persian, PPT Slides in English

 

Documents

·        Resume

·        CV

 

Last Updated on July  28, 2017