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It is worth noting the concerns about the publication of “InSAR: a new generation” in Position Magazine. Below you will find the reflections received by e-mail that is in addition to what I have received through phone and by hand writings. The messages text is arranged by time sequence from newest to oldest. The information in brackets is given by me.

Parviz Tarikhi

Last updated: 19thFebruary 2011

 

 

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Re: Happy New Year 2011 & copy of my last article on InSAR?

From: NAM S&T Centre 

Sent: Monday, February 14, 2011 11:29:02 AM

To:  parviz_tarikhi@hotmail.com

14th February 2011

Dear Dr. Parviz Tarikhi,

Greetings from the Centre for Science and Technology of the Non-Aligned and Other Developing Countries (NAM S&T Centre)!!

I am pleased to acknowledge the receipt of your email of 25th December 2010 with the New Year’s Greetings, albeit with some delay as I was busy in organising the 3-days International Workshop on ‘Science and Technology Policy and Sustainable Development’ held on 5th–7th January this year at the National Library premises of Tehran jointly with the National Research Institute for Science Policy (NRISP), Ministry of Science, Research and Technology of Iran, and in the pre- and post workshop preparations. 

I have seen your homepage and am quite impressed with the productive work being done by you in last few decades in Geo-Informatics, Remote Sensing and other areas. I also briefly saw your article on ‘InSAR: a new generation’, which is quite informative but as you are aware, I am no more a practicing scientist.

Incidentally, just about a fortnight ago I had delivered a talk at Hyderabad, India at the National Institute of Rural Development (NIRD) under the Ministry of Rural Development, Government of India on ‘Science and Technology Perspectives in Developing Countries’ for the professionals from 28 countries who were attending the international training courses on ‘Information Technology for Rural Development’ and ‘Geo-Informatic Applications in Rural development for sharing Innovative and Best Practices’. I was also an honoured guest at the National Remote Sensing Centre (NRSC) of the Indian Space Research Organisation under the Department of Space, Government of India, where I was received by their Director and other senior officials and was shown around a variety of facilities for satellite data and aerial data reception, data processing, data dissemination and applications for providing value added services.

A small remark about your website! The photographs of social and natural events in the homepage move too fast, or may be, this is because of some settings in my computer. Please forgive me if I am offending you. 

I wish you all the best in the pursuit of knowledge.

With warmest regards,

Prof. Arun P. Kulshreshtha

Director, NAM S&T Centre

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Prof. Arun P. Kulshreshtha,

Director and Executive Head,

Centre for Science & Technology of the Non-Aligned and Other Developing Countries (NAM S&T Centre),

Core 6A, 2nd Floor,

India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road,

NEW DELHI – INDIA

Homepage: http://www.namstct.org

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Happy New Year!

From: Takemi Chiku 

Sent: Sunday, January 09, 2011 2:29:11 PM

To:  Parviz Tarikhi (parviz_tarikhi@hotmail.com)

Dear Dr. Tarikhi,

Thank you very much for your new year wishes and also for a copy of your latest article. I am glad to see that you continue to be active in increasing public awareness of the benefits brought by advances in space applications. I hope that the year 2010 was a wonderful year for you and that this new year will bring you even more happiness and success.

With my best wishes,

Takemi Chiku

JAXA, Japan

[Ms. Takemi Chiku is the former head (before 2006) of the Committee Services and Research Section of the Office for Outer Space Affairs (OOSA) of the United Nations Committee of the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space (UN-COPUOS). She is presently works with JAXA, Japan]

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Happy New Year 2011

From: Sevda Ibrahimova 

Sent: Tuesday, December 28, 2010 12:15:27 PM

To:  Parviz Tarikhi (parviz_tarikhi@hotmail.com)

Dear Dr. Tarikhi,

My pleasure to receive your article, it is very-very interesting. Thank you very much.

Take this opportunity I would like to wish you a very Happy New Year.

I wish you happiness, prosperity and success, hoping that we continue our association through many more wonderful years ahead!

May you have a bright prosperous New Year filled with all good blessings.

Yours sincerely,

Sevda Ibrahimova

Ass. prof.

Head of RS&GIS Department,

Institute for Space Research of Natural Resources

National Aerospace Agency of Azerbaijan

Baku, Republic of Azerbaijan

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Copy of last article on InSAR

From: S. M. SHAHROKHY 

Sent: Friday, December 24, 2010 6:23:59 PM

To:  Parviz Tarikhi (parviz_tarikhi@hotmail.com)

Dear Colleague

Thank you very much for the InSAR paper.

It’s really a valuable paper and I hope you be always successful

Good luck,

Shahrokhy

[Mr. S. M. Shahrokhy was the staff of the Iranian Remote Sensing Center (IRSC) and then the Iranian Space Agency (ISA). With a background in mapping and geo-technology he is presently studies for a PhD degree in Australia.]

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Copy of last article on InSAR

From: msafavi@aut.ac.ir 

Sent: Friday, December 24, 2010 3:52:18 PM

To:  Parviz Tarikhi (parviz_tarikhi@hotmail.com)

Dear Mr. Parviz Tarikhi,

Ba Salam.

Thank you very much for sending me the attached article. As always, I enjoy seeing your research work and congratulate you for keeping your academic interests and enthusiasm so high.

Best Regards,

Seyed Mostafa Safavi

[Dr. S. Mostafa Safavi is a professor of the Amir-Kabir University of Technology (former Poly-technique) based in Tehran, Iran. Before 2005 he worked as the deputy Minister of the Post, Telegraph and Telephone and the Director of the Iranian Communications Research Center respectively. He presently heads the team for developing AUT-Sat (the AUT satellite) at the Amir-Kabir University of Technology.]

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Happy New Year 2011 & copy of my last article on InSAR

From: Nasim Shah 

Sent: Thursday, December 23, 2010 5:06:20 PM

To:  Parviz Tarikhi (parviz_tarikhi@hotmail.com)

Dear Mr. Parviz Tarikhi

Thank you very much for your greetings.

I reciprocate the same good wishes to you and your family.

Again thanks for sending me your valuable article. I have returned from Hajj and I will read it in good time.

Best regards

Muhammd Nasim Shah

[Mr. Muhammad Nasim Shah is the former Executive Director of the Inter-Islamic Network on Space Science and Technology (ISNET) under SUPARCO (Pakistan Space and Upper Atmosphere Research Commission). He worked for years in the capacity of the Chairman of the Working Group of the Whole of the Scientific and Technical Sub-Committee of the Committee of the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space (COPUOS). He was the legal advisor for setting up and the establishment of the Asia-Pacific Space Cooperation Organization (APSCO) before 2009. Presently he is based in Pakistan and involved in legal issues.]

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Copy of last article on InSAR

From: Masoud Rezvanian 

Sent: Thursday, December 23, 2010 1:45:17 AM

To:  Parviz Tarikhi (parviz_tarikhi@hotmail.com)

Thanks a lot Parviz. it is a great effort by a great man.

Best wishes for you.

Massoud

[Mr. Masoud Rezvanian is the former high rank staff of the Iran’s Mission to the United Nations in Vienna, Austria. He has been involved with the technical issues particularly space technology applications in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs]

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Happy New Year 2011 & copy of my last article on InSAR

From: F. R. Sarker 

Sent: Wednesday, December 22, 2010 6:18:49 AM

To:  Parviz Tarikhi (parviz_tarikhi@hotmail.com)

Dear Mr. Parviz,

Apology for delayed reply to your e-mail as I was out of Dhaka.

I have gone through your article  ” InSAR: a new generation” published in Position Magazine. You have written an excellent article with technical terms which many officials in Remote Sensing organizations will not understand. I have no idea about your subject but due to my participation in several conferences on Remote Sensing, I could guess a little about it. In fact Synthetic Aperture Interferometry is a latest innovation and despite its demerits in some applications, it is now widely used in GPS Satellites.

I have a good news to inform you. Jointly organized by Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency ((JAXA) and Bangladesh Astronomical Society (BAS),   APRSAF Space Education Seminar is scheduled to be held in Bangladesh on 17-19 January. The details about this Seminar are available at:  www.aprsafsesib.org  

It will be the first International Space Education Seminar in Bangladesh, so we are working too hard to make it a success.

Hope, you are well and carrying out innovative activites in your Remote Sensing arena..

Best regards.

F. R.  Sarker

[Mr. Fazlur Rahman Sarker has been the high rank international delegate of Bangladesh for years and particularly represented his country in the meetings of the Committee of the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space and its sub-committees. With an education background in Political Science from the University of Dhaka he has been working as a journalist for long time. Since 1969 he has been involved with astronomical activities by writing articles on astronomy in different newspapers. He also worked as the head of the Sky Observational Team of the Science Museum of Dhaka.]

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Happy New Year 2011 & copy of my last article on InSAR

From: Sergio Camacho 

Sent: Tuesday, December 21, 2010 6:36:18 PM

To:  Parviz Tarikhi (parviz_tarikhi@hotmail.com)

Dear Parviz,

Thank you very much for your new article; I always find them very instructive.

I too would like to wish you and all your loved ones, a very Happy New Year, and may 2011 be full of satisfactions and good health for you and all yours!

Warm regards,

Sergio

[Dr. Sergio Camacho, a physicist from Mexico, worked from 2003 to 2008 as the Director of the United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs (OOSA) based in Vienna, Austria that acts as the Secretariat for the Committee of Peaceful Uses of Outer Space (COPUOS).]

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Happy New Year 2011 & copy of my last article on InSAR

From: Werner BALOGH

Sent: Tuesday, December 21, 2010 4:29:05 PM

To:  Parviz Tarikhi (parviz_tarikhi@hotmail.com)

Dear Parviz,

Thank you very much for the links to your very interesting papers!

I wish you too a happy and prosperous New Year 2011!

With kind regards,

Werner

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Dr. Werner Balogh

Programme Officer – Basic Space Technology

Space Applications Section

Office for Outer Space Affairs (OOSA)

United Nations Office at Vienna (UNOV)

E-0963, PO Box 500, 1400 Vienna, Austria

Website: www.unoosa.org

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Happy New Year 2011 & copy of my last article on InSAR

From: Jeff Thurston

Sent: Monday, December 20, 2010 4:32:43 PM

To:  Parviz Tarikhi (parviz_tarikhi@hotmail.com)

Dear Parviz,

I trust you are well. Thank you for this note. It is interesting. As you may know Vector1 Media recently purchased Asian Surveying and Mapping magazine. It continues to operate as is. We would be pleased to publish an article in the future, just send it to us.

All the best,

Jeff

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Jeff Thurston, MSc.

Co-Founder and Editor EMEAVector1 Media

www.vector1media.com

www.asmmag.com  

PO Box 02883310131

Berlin, Germany

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Happy New Year 2011 & copy of my last article on InSAR

From: Raffaele Rigoli on behalf of EOPI  

Sent: Monday, December 20, 2010 10:57:23 AM

To:  parviz_tarikhi@hotmail.com

Dear Dr. Tarikhi,

Thanks for your email and to inform us of your publication.

We are sorry to inform you that your proposal —- results still in “initial” status so has not yet been formally received by ESA, hence no assessment was done as you have not completed yet the submission step.

In fact, as stated in the guidelines for submission that you can find at:

http://eopi.esa.int/files/guidelines ,

“Final submission of the proposal can be done only after all the fields have been duly completed: a “Submit” button will appear in the Main Submission Area. Pressing the button will produce a formal submission of the proposal (e.g. no more changes can be performed on the proposal’s contents) and an automatic submission acknowledgement will be sent to the Email of the PI.”

As well, kindly notice the sign “Important Notice” at the end of the Main Submission Area: “If all required proposal information has been entered (i.e. no more bold links are visible in the above top section) and in order to formally submit the proposal, you are kindly requested to use the ‘Submit’ button above (please note that such button is active only if all required information has been entered).”

The reason why you do not yet see the “Submit” button, is that the section of the proposal called “Data Requirements Products” ( e.g. You did not specify the amount of  products required for each satellite/sensor)  is still not completed (in fact, you should see it bold, contrary to the other sections of the proposal, which are already filled in). Should you need help regarding the completion of this section, please refer to the guidelines or contact us.

To access and complete your proposal use the following login details at http://eopi.esa.int/login   “Principal Investigator access”

—-/——–

Steps are:

1. Connect to http://eopi.esa.int/login  

2. Access with your Login (—-) and Password (——–) the “Principal Investigator access”

4. Complete all fields (e.g.: Data requirements section)

4. SUBMIT the proposal (i.e. CLICK on the submit button that appears at the end of the submission area once all the fields have been duly completed)

then we will process your  proposal that will be evaluated and you will be informed of the outcome by email (approx 6-8 weeks) .

The EOPI team wishes You a joyful 2011!

With best regards,

The ESA EO R&D Section

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Happy New Year 2011 & copy of my last article on InSAR

From: Orhan Altan 

Sent: Monday, December 20, 2010 9:56:02 AM

To:  ‘Parviz Tarikhi’ (parviz_tarikhi@hotmail.com)

1 attachment

Gi4DM 2011Flyer NEW.jpg (1130.1 KB) 

Dear Parviz Tarikhi,

I thank you very much for sending me a copy of your latest article. I have looked at it with great interest. By the way I have to inform you about the next Gi4DM in Antalya next year.  As the area of Disaster Management falls to the scope of your interests I find it appropriate to inform you on this event. I attach the flyer of the event to this email. It will be good if we can meet there.

Best regards

Prof Orhan ALTAN

President of ISPRS

[Professor Orhan Altan is a professor of the Technical University of Istanbul, Turkey. He presently is the president of the International Society of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ISPRS)]

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Happy New Year 2011 & copy of my last article on InSAR

From: sergio.marchisio@cnr.it

Sent: Monday, December 20, 2010 7:16:24 AM

To:  Parviz Tarikhi (parviz_tarikhi@hotmail.com)

Dear Parviz,

thank you for keeping me informed with your latest articles.

happy New Year!

Sergio Marchisio

[Professor Sergio Marchisio is a lawyer and the professor of the University of Roma, Italy. In 2004-2006 he worked in the capacity of the Chairman of the United Nations Committee of the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space (UN-COPUOS) Legal Subcommittee.]

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Happy New Year 2011 & copy of my last article on InSAR

From: Tasleem Raheel AM(IA) SUPARCO 

Sent: Monday, December 20, 2010 5:29:50 AM

To:  Parviz Tarikhi (parviz_tarikhi@hotmail.com)

Dear Sir,

Thank you for the article.

Would you allow us to circulate the same to ISNET email groups or facebook or linkedIn or put in the newsletter? W#e shall only circulate / republish / post it after your permission. Of course we will mention that the same has already been published in Position magazine.

Awaiting your reply.

Tasleem

[Ms. Tasleem Raheel in the administrator of the Inter-Islamic Network on Space Science and Technology (ISNET) and the staff of SUPARCO (Pakistan Space and Upper Atmosphere Research Commission).]

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Happy New Year 2011 & copy of my last article on InSAR

From: Kai-Uwe SCHROGL

Sent: Sunday, December 19, 2010 2:10:53 PM

To:  Parviz Tarikhi (parviz_tarikhi@hotmail.com)

1 attachment

ESPI Christmas Card 2010.pdf (613.2 KB) 

Dear Dr. Tarikhi,

Thank you for your kind greetings and the very informative article.

I also wish you a happy new year 2011!

Kind regards

Kai-Uwe Schrogl

Prof. Dr. Kai-Uwe SCHROGL

Director

European Space Policy Institute (ESPI)

Schwarzenbergplatz 6

A-1030 Wien

www.espi.or.at      

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From: Hassan Ghorbani 

Sent: Sunday, December 19, 2010 1:05:48 PM

To:  Parviz Tarikhi (parviz_tarikhi@hotmail.com)

مهندس تاریخی عزیز

سلام

بسیار خوشحال شدم از دریافت ایمیل از شما و عرض تبریک دارم به خاطر مقاله جالبتون

تو این فایل، شکلها کیفیت خوبی ندارن، اگه ممکنه فایل با تصاویر دارای کیفیت رو برام بفرستید ممنون میشم

با آرزوی توفیق و سلامتی

در پناه حق

[Mr. Hassan Ghorbani was the staff of the Iranian Space Agency (ISA) in Mahdasht Satellite Receiving Station for short time few years ago. His study background is communications.]

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Happy New Year 2011 & copy of my last article on InSAR

From: Hans HAUBOLD 

Sent: Sunday, December 19, 2010 8:11:11 AM

To:  Parviz Tarikhi (parviz_tarikhi@hotmail.com)

Dear Parviz,

Thank you for your email and paper and: Season’s Greetings!

With best regards,

Hans

Professor Hans J. Haubold

UN Office for Outer Space Affairs

Vienna International Centre

P.O. Box 500, A-1400 Vienna, Austria

WWW: http://neutrino.aquaphoenix.com

[Professor Hans J. Haubold, a doctor of natural science from Germany is a professor of theoretical astrophysics working with the United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs (OOSA) for many years.]

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Happy New Year 2011 & copy of my last article on InSAR

From: Mazlan OTHMAN 

Sent: Sunday, December 19, 2010 7:59:10 AM

To:  Parviz Tarikhi (parviz_tarikhi@hotmail.com)

Dear Parviz,

Congratulations on your latest article. I wish you a rewarding year ahead.

Best regards,

Mazlan

[Professor Mazlan Othman, an astrophysicist from Malaysia, worked before 2003 and then since 2008 as the Director of the United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs (OOSA) based in Vienna, Austria that acts as the Secretariat for the Committee of Peaceful Uses of Outer Space (COPUOS).]

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Happy New Year 2011 & copy of my last article on InSAR

From: Mamun Ahamed Sharif 

Sent: Sunday, December 19, 2010 6:30:55 AM

To:  Parviz Tarikhi (parviz_tarikhi@hotmail.com)

Dear Mr. Parviz,

Assalamu Alaikum.

Happy Year 2011 !!!

Wishing you a new peaceful and happy year and get the all bests over the time.

Thank you very much for your greetings mail and the link of your article. I have gone through that, it is really nice and informative and resourceful. You have doing a great contribution continuously in your national Space program tremendously.

Recently, I have joined in an Advertising Agency as a Senior Copywriter, but I maintain the Space activities as usual. Moreover, I am planning to form an organization and work on it by myself, already a small move have done on it. Hope to let you inform my activities soon.

Have a good day.

M. A. Sharif

Mamun Ahamed Sharif

Coordinator

IYA-2009

Bangladesh Node

www.astronomy2009-bd.org   

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Re: Happy New Year 2011 & copy of my last article on InSAR_Congratulation and see you in Iran, Ensha-allah?

From: Saied Pirasteh 

Sent: Sunday, December 19, 2010 6:16:06 AM

To:  Parviz Tarikhi (parviz_tarikhi@hotmail.com)

Dear Dr. Jan

Salam,

Congratulation!

Wish you the best in 2011 in advance too.

We will be in touch.

I will get you back soon about the Radar book for publication in Amazon.com  

I also published two books and please visit http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=Saied+Pirasteh

I probably will publish our joint Radar book in the same. What do you think? I am waiting for the year 2011 to come and early 2011, I will submit Ensha-allah.

Please also visit http://www.5thsastech.khi.ac.ir/ and kindly please try to attend. I will be there Ensha-allah with some of my top colleagues from Canada, India, Australia, Malaysia and … May be we can have a visit to Mashhad receiving station. I will send you an email within few minutes and CC to Dr. Mobasheri who you may know him.

Regards and Love

Saied

Dr. Saied Pirasteh

Senior Researcher,

Room No. 9, Level 1, SNML, Institute of Advanced Technology(ITMA), University Putra Malaysia , 43400 UPM., Serdang, Selangor, Malaysia,

Website: www.itma.upm.edu.my

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Happy New Year 2011 & copy of my last article on InSAR

From: Arshad Siraj

Sent: Sunday, December 19, 2010 3:49:26 AM

To:  Parviz Tarikhi (parviz_tarikhi@hotmail.com)

Dear Mr Parviz Tarikhi,

Thank you very much for your greetings. I too wish you best wishes for the season.

Thank you also for sending me the article, which, as usual, I find most interesting.

Best regards,

Arshad Siraj

[Mr. Arshad Siraj is the Executive Director of the Inter-Islamic Network on Space Science and Technology (ISNET) under SUPARCO (Pakistan Space and Upper Atmosphere Research Commission).]

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Re: Happy New Year 2011 & copy of my last article on InSAR

From: Lilia Bennaceur 

Sent: Saturday, December 18, 2010 7:37:38 PM

To:  Parviz Tarikhi (parviz_tarikhi@hotmail.com); ….

Happy New Year 2011 for everyone and my best wishes!

Lilia Bennaceur Farah

Tunisia

[Ms. Lilia Bennaceur Farah, a scientist from Tunisia was one of the participants of the Training Course on Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) Data: Processing, Interpretation and Applications held on 3–14 May 2010 in Tunis, Tunisia. I was one of the two lecturers of the subject training course.]

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Happy New Year 2011 & copy of my last article on InSAR

From: Dorin P 

Sent: Saturday, December 18, 2010 6:47:12 PM

To:  Parviz Tarikhi (parviz_tarikhi@hotmail.com)

Happy New Year with my best wishes in all, dear Parviz.

Dorin

[Dr. Dorin Prounariu is a Romanian Astronaut, former Ambassador of Romania to Russian Federation and former Charmin of the United Nations Committee of the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space (UN-COPUOS) Scientific and Technical Subcommittee. Presently he works in the capacity of the Chairman of the United Nations Committee of the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space (2010 and 2011). He is in the meantime the president of the Romanian Space Agency (ROSA)]         

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