Consulting Assistant Professor
Advanced Global Risk Assessment (AGRA) Laboratory
John A. Blume Earthquake Engineering Center, Stanford University
Ph.D. (2007), Structural Engineering, Stanford University
M.S. (2005), Electrical Engineering, Stanford University
M.S. (2001), Earthquake Engineering, University of Tehran, Iran
B.S. (2000), Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Tehran, Iran
Regional Earthquake Risk Assessment Using Remotely Sensed Data
Optical and Radar Remote Sensing of Urban Areas and 3D City Modeling
Earthquake Damage Detection Algorithms
Structural Health Monitoring
Probabilistic Earthquake Hazard Analysis
Sarabandi P., Kiremidjian A., Eguchi R., Application of Statistical Inferencing Techniques in Building Inventory Compilation , 5th International Workshop on Remote Sensing Applications to Natural Hazards , September 10~11, 2007, Washington, D.C.
Sarabandi P., Kiremidjian A.,Terrain Dependent Correspondence Search for 3D Urban Modeling Using Multiple High-Resolution Satellite Images , URBAN2007 , April 11~13 2007, Paris, France.
Cabrera C., Cheung A., Sarabandi P., Nair K.K. and Kiremidjian A., Application of statistical pattern recognition methods for damage detection to field data, SPIE 14th International Symposium, Nondestructive Evaluation for Health Monitoring and Diagnostics , 18~22 March, 2007, San Diego, CA.
Sarabandi P., Kiremidjian A., Adams B. and Eguchi R., Semi-Automated 3D City Modeling Using Stereo
High-Resolution Satellite Images, 4th International Workshop on Remote Sensing for Disaster Response
, September 25~26, 2006, Cambridge, UK.
Sarabandi P., Chung H-C., Adams B.J., Remote Sensing for Building Inventory Updates in Disaster
Management, SPIE 11th Annual Symposium, Nondestructive Evaluation for Health Monitoring and Diagnostics, 26 Feb~2 March, 2006 , San Diego, CA.
Sarabandi P., Adams B., Kiremidjian A. and Eguchi R., Infrastructure Inventory Compilation Using Single
High Resolution Satellite Images, 3rd International Workshop on Remote Sensing for Post-Disaster
Response , September 12~13, 2005, Chiba, Japan.
King S., Kiremidjian A., Sarabandi P. and Pachakis D., Correlation of Observed Building Performance with
Measured Ground Motion, John A. Blume Earthquake Engineering Center Technical Report No. 148, Stanford University, Stanford, CA.
Sarabandi P., Adams B., Kiremidjian A. and Eguchi R., Methodological Approach for Extracting Building
Inventory Data from Stereo Satellite Images, 2nd International Workshop on Remote Sensing for
Post-Disaster Response, October 7~8, 2004, Newport Beach, CA, USA.
Sarabandi P., Yamazaki F., Matsuoka M. and Kiremidjian A., Shadow Detection and Radiometric
Restoration in Satellite High Resolution Images, Proceedings of IGARSS-2004, September 2004, Anchorage,
Sarabandi P., Pachakis D., King S. and Kiremidjian A., Empirical Fragility Functions from Recent
Earthquakes, Proceedings of the 13th World Conference on Earthquake Engineering, Vancouver, BC,
Canada. Paper No. 1211, 2004.
King S., Kiremidjian A., Pachakis D. and Sarabandi P., Application of Empirical Fragility Functions from
Recent Earthquakes, Proceedings of the 13th World Conference on Earthquake Engineering, Vancouver,
BC, Canada. Paper No. 2829, 2004.
P. Sarabandi, D. Pachakis, A. S. Kiremidjian and S. King, Development of Empirical Building Performance
Functions Data from Past Earthquakes, Proceedings of ICASP-9, July 2003, San Francisco, CA, pp. 629-635.
King S., Kiremidjian A. , Sarabandi P. and Pachakis D., Correlation of Observed Building Performance with
Measured Ground Motion, Final project report (in review). California Geological Survey, California
Department of Conservation, Sacramento, California, 2003.
MIHEA (Mono-Image Height Extraction Algorithm)
MIHEA is developed at Stanford University in collaboration with ImageCat Inc. for the purpose of compiling building inventory and extracting critical information about infrastructures (longitude, latitude, height, number of stories, total square footage, degree of irregularity and etc.) using single high-resolution satellite images.
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