Faculty & Staff Directory
- Postdoctoral Research Fellow
PhD, Civil and Environmental Engineering, George Washington University, (2019)
MS, Civil Engineering, Sharif University of Technology, (2010)
BS, Civil Engineering, Sharif University of Technology, (2007)
Postdoctoral Research Fellow with a substantial experience on land surface modeling, data assimilation, remote sensing, statistical modeling, and spatio-temporal uncertainty quantification.
Research interest: Earth and atmospheric sciences, Land-atmosphere interactions, Hydroclimatology.
- Abdolghafoorian, A., Dirmeyer, P. A. (2021). Validating the land-atmosphere coupling behavior in weather and climate models using observationally-based global products, Journal of Hydrometeorology, 22(6), 1507-1523.
- Abdolghafoorian, A., Farhadi, L. (2020). LIDA: a Land Integrated Data Assimilation Framework for Mapping Land Surface Heat and Evaporative Fluxes by Assimilating Space-Borne Soil Moisture and Land Surface Temperature, Water Resources Research, 56 (8).
- Abdolghafoorian, A., Farhadi, L. (2019). Estimation of Surface Turbulent Fluxes from Land Surface Moisture and Temperature via a Variational Data Assimilation Framework, Water Resources Research, 55 (6).
- Abdolghafoorian, A., Farhadi, L., Bateni, S.M, & Margulis, S. (2017). Characterizing the Effect of Vegetation Dynamics on the Bulk Heat Transfer Coefficient to Improve Variational Estimation of Surface Turbulent Fluxes, J. of Hydrometeorology, 18 (2), 321-333.
- Abdolghafoorian, A. & Farhadi, L. (2016). Uncertainty Quantification in Land Surface Hydrologic Modeling: Toward an Integrated Variational Data Assimilation Framework, IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote Sensing, 9 (6), 2628-2637.
- Tajrishy, M., Abdolghafoorian, A., & Abrishamchi, A. (2014). Chapter 37. Water reuse and wastewater recycling: Solutions to Tehran’s growing water crisis. Global Water: Issues and Insights, 223-239.
- Abdolghafoorian, A., Tajrishy, M., & Abrishamchi, A. (2011). Urban water management considering reclaimed wastewater and runoff as a new water resource for city of Tehran, Iran. J. of Water and Wastewater, 84, 29-42.