gallery


 

  HOME

Gallery of Memories

Parviz Tarikhi

… I wonder wherefrom it is started, however since when I began to recognize myself I have felt to be an astonished traveler in a train moving ahead. Companions and colleagues join me in the train some shortly and some accompany me for long. It passes by different phenomena and I experience amazing things that are sometime surprising, sometimes promising, sometime unbelievable, sometime boring, sometime painful, sometime exiting, sometime adventurous, sometime wonderful and sometime strange. This is my time train, which came out from the tunnel of nativity on 21st August 1960 and continued its way in the physical world. This collection of pictures tries to depict some moments of my life, activities, views, observations and achievements in this Journey of Life…

Note: By clicking on the photos the visitor will be directed to a new page containing more photos in the related subtitle

 

 

—- 

 

—-

Gilan: Summer time trip to Caspian; September 2014

 20140916_Parviz Tarikhi_Ramsar tele cabin-I

Italy: Lecture at the Electronics and Telecommunications Department of the Politecnico di Torino; April 2013

PDT-lab-I

 

 

Azerbaijan: Fall-time travel homeland; November 2012

05Tabriz20121122—— ——–homeland201211-L

————————–

Italy: Honeymoon in Naples; September and October 2012


—— ——–

Chelak, Nowshahr, Iran: Summering on Caspian; September 2012

———-

——————————————-

Senegal: Journey to Dakar, the westernmost point in Africa; July 2012

Senegal is the westernmost country of Africa and the westernmost Muslim country at the same time. My travel to Dakar, the capital of Senegal was a wonderful opportunity and experience. To see Senegal through the aperture of my camera please click on one of the sample images seen below. You will be directed to a new page containing the interesting photos about Senegal and Dakar.

          

               ————————-

 

 

 

—————————————————————–

Austria: In Vienna after years; February 2012

I have been to Austria for several times since September 1995 when I traveled there to attend the United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs (UN-OOSA) workshop held in Graz. That was indeed my first travel abroad and this travel is my 16th travel to Austria that takes place after few years of limitations put on me since 2006. In June 2002 I traveled to Vienna accompanying my family. The main purpose for my travel to Austria has been due to my responsibilities that I have hold. I have been the scientific and technical member of the Iranian Delegation to the United Nations Committee of Peaceful Uses of Outer Space (UN-COPUOS) and its Scientific and Technical Subcommittee meetings since 2000. From June 2004 to June 2006 I worked as theUnited Nations   Committee of Peaceful Uses of Outer Space (COPUOS) Bureau Member in the capacity of the Second Vice-Chairman and Rapporteur. I am the first  Iranian that has joined COPUOS Bureau since its establishment in 1958 and in the mean time the youngest member of the COPUOS Bureau member by that time.  Since 2001 I have chaired the Action Team number 1 of the Recommendations of UNISPACE-III (United Nations Third International Conference on the Exploration and Peaceful Uses of Outer Space) with the mission ‘to develop a comprehensive worldwide environmental monitoring strategy’. To see Austria this time through the aperture of my camera please click on one of the sample images that is seen below. You will be directed to a new page containing the photo about Vienna and Vienna International Center (VIC).

————

—-

Vietnam: Again East; October 2011

China: Journey to China; September 2011

Pakistan: Magnificent and incredible; July 2011

——————————–

——————————

————-

—————

 

—————-

————————————————————————————————-

Iran: Homeland; September 2010

AhmadTarikihi20100910-II_Tabriz—–Nature20100917-V_Maragheh

 

 

 

 

 

My father at home in Tabriz; September 10, 2010

 

 Iran: Rostamroud, Mazandaran; July 2010

RostamroudII-201007ParvizTarikhi-ZohrehTebyani-II-s_20100706

 

 

 

 

 

 

Heads on clouds near a site famous to Ab-Pari Waterfall in Rooyan at the Caspian Sea shore- My wife and I

          

Tunisia: Tunis; my first travel to Africa-2010

I always have had the dream in mind to visit Africa. Finally this dream realized in May 2010. See the related photos of my first travel to Africa by clicking on the either of the following photos.

ParvizTarikhi-20100514-Tunisia-IParvizTarikhi-20100513-Carthage-Tunisia-I

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The view of AL Hana International Hotel, in Tunis where I

 

stayed there in room number 410 in course of my travel to Africa 

 

 

 Iran: home

 

We renew our home computer on 3rd March 2010. It is a laptop that its capabilities and privileges competes with the available desk top PCs. It is an Acer Aspire 5740G laptop. We get rid of our old PC after years of using it. We communicate with Shahryar who resides now in Tabriz at my parents’ house.

Words of dedication by Henk H.F. Smid, the author of the Brazil and Iran chapters of the book ‘Emerging Space Powers; the New Space Programs of Asia, the Middle East, and South America’ on the inside cover of the copy of the book which he presented to me at our home on February 4, 2010. In the book ‘Emerging Space Powers; the New Space Programs of Asia, the Middle East, and South America’  Henk acknowledges me as below:

….Special thanks I reserve for Parviz Tarikhi, a man of stature, who stood by me all the way. His insight into the Iranian space efforts enlightened the path I had to travel to write this book [Emerging Space Powers; the New Space Programs of Asia, the Middle East, and South America]. …                         
 
                

Henk H.F. Smid (left), the author of the Brazil and Iran chapters of the book ‘Emerging Space Powers; the New Space Programs of Asia, the Middle East, and South America’ and his wife Ria Smid (right) at our home on February 4, 2010. Henk gives a closed presentation about the efficiencies of the space remote sensing to my family. My elder son boy    Shahryar sits beside Henk and I am in the middle photographed from rear.

Emerging Space Powers; the New Space Programs of Asia, the Middle East, and South America

 Cover of the book “Emerging Space Powers: The New Space Programs of Asia, the Middle East and South-America”, published by Springer Praxis Books on Space Exploration. In this book I am referenced 16 times. The author of the Iran chapters presented a copy of the book to me at our home early February 2010. More info at: http://www.amazon.com/Emerging-Space-Powers-South-America-Exploration/dp/1441908730%3FSubscriptionId%3D11NRD61HE570TCSR99R2%26tag%3Dinfopleasecom-20%26linkCode%3Dxm2%26camp%3D2025%26creative%3D165953%26creativeASIN%3D1441908730

Time runs always and awaits none! It took to me 9 years and five months and 10 days to reach the accomplishment of being a doctor of philosophy in physics after a long-lasting hard work and study in discrimination and limitation but it is now well done any way!

 

  MyPhD Dissertation; “Radar Interferometry; a precise method for measuring the surface displacements and generating 3-D models of land features” was the title of my PhD thesis. I finished writing my 412-page PhD dissertation in November 2008. It ratified on 17 November 2009. I began the study and research work on my PhD thesis in June 2002 (see below).

Iran: Maragheh

 Teen agers Shahryar (front) and Kamyar (back) Tarikhi, Maragheh, East Azerbaijan, 30 October 2009

Iran: Tabriz

Father, 8 days after the by-pass heart surgery on Wednesday, 7 October 2009

University of Tabriz Library as seen from my parent’s house in Zafaranieh, 27 September 2009

Iran: Maragheh

A wide fertile vally near Maragheh, East Azerbaijan, my birthplace, 14 August 2009

Iran: Gilan, Asalem

Caspian seashore, August 11, 2009

Asalem, North West of Iran, Caspian Sea shore, 10 August 2009

Iran: home

busy time of studying! May 3, 2009

Iran: Karaj, Mahdasht

Snowy Mahdasht, next to Karaj, 12 January 2009

Iran: Gilan

 

24409642—–15360_1233554529679_1553641514_613417_2413594_n

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

At Khanroud Castle in the North of Iran, August 2008.

Iran: home

At home library, Karaj, 1 August 2008

Iran: Tabriz

Tarikhi’s, Eil Gueli, Tabriz, 25 March 2008

Iran: Lake Urmieh

Lake Urmieh, North West of Iran, the night that we had to pass at the island, 23 March 2008

Iran: Maragheh

Red Tower, Maragheh, East Azerbaijan, 19 March 2008

Iran: Karaj, winter

Harsh winter of February 2008, Karaj

Blossom of ice flowers at Mahdasht Station, 1 January 2008

Iran: Tehran

The family at the Car Museum, west of Tehran, 21 December 2007

Iran: Kamyar

Kamyar’s second oil painting, December 2007

Iran: Shahryar

Shahryar plays Kamancheh a traditional music instrument, at home in Karaj, December 2007

Iran: Karaj, Mahdasht office

Banished, in my tiny workroom/office at the remote Mahdasht Station, 2 December 2007

Iran: Kamyar

Kamyar’s first oil painting, November 2007

Iran: Chalus Road

Amir Kabir Dam between Karaj and Chalus, North of Iran, 3 October 2007

Iran: Maragheh

11441_1234299948314_1553641514_615368_5451383_n——-11441_1234299868312_1553641514_615366_1153946_n

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Masters’ Tomb in Maragheh, East Azerbaijan, 13 September 2007

Iran: Karaj, Mahdasht office

Desks in banishment, 25 August 2007

Iran: Karaj, home

Once upon a time, we had our own house, but suddenly a harsh socio-economic tsunami wiped everything! We bought it on 20 August 2003 and lost it on 20 September 2005.

Iran: Isfahan, ICC 2005 & WG-RS

 

2745478427454674

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Conducting the deliberations at the Intergovernmental Consultative Committee of the RESAP-ESCAP meeting at the Abbasi Hotel of Isfahan, Iran in September 2005

 Austria: Vienna, COPUOS Meeting

 

11441_1235215851211_1553641514_617586_1713873_n 11441_1235215891212_1553641514_617587_4806671_n

 

 

 

 

 

————

__________________________________________________________________________________________

   erations of the Intergovernmental Consultative Committee (ICC) of RESAP (Regional Space Application Program [of UN-ESCAP]) in Bangalore, India, October 2004. Mr. Hassan Shafti (left), the first president of the Iranian Space Agency (ISA)and I.

_______________________________________

 India: Bangalore, ICC-2004 & WG-RS

ICC04-Bangalore-H-Shafti-Parviz-Tarikhi-IICC04-Bangalore-H-Shafti-Parviz-Tarikhi-II

 

 

 

 

 

———-

 

_____________________________________________________________

   erations of the Intergovernmental Consultative Committee (ICC) of RESAP (Regional Space Application Program [of UN-ESCAP]) in Bangalore, India, October 2004. Mr. Hassan Shafti (left), the first president of the Iranian Space Agency (ISA)and I.

Austria: Vienna, COPUOS Meeting

As a part of COPUOS history, 46th COPUOS meeting at Vienna, Austria, June 2004

Iran: Tehran, IRSC, APSCO

Asia Pacific Space Cooperation Organization (APSCO) Convention meeting in Tehran, Monday, 6th April 2004. I am standing far right.

At the Asia Pacific Space Cooperation Organization (APSCO) Convention meeting in Tehran, Tuesday 7th April 2004.

Iran: Tehran, IRSC

Negotiations and deliberations of the National Committee for Preparing the Statute of the Iranian Space Agency hold in the Iranian Remote Sensing Center in Tehran November 2003. I am seen in the middle of the photo.

Iran: home

In white, 2000

The Netherlands: Amsterdam, Noordwijk, XIX ISPRS Congress, ESTEC

 


Outer view of the building of the European Space Research and Technology Centre (ESTEC) of the European Space Agency (ESA), Noordwijk, The Netherlands, July 2000

Canada: Toronto, Halifax, EcoSummit-2000 

2723601327236104——–

 

 

 

 

——

—————————————————————————————

Iran: home

Looking far high, 2000

Austria: Vienna, STS-COPUOS Meeting

37th Scientific and Technical Subcommittee of COPUOS meeting at Vienna, Austria, February 2000

BACK                                                        HOME

 

——————————————————————-

Dear visitor, Thanks for visiting this page! I would appreciate your comments and suggestions on the content and set-up. Parviz Tarikhi

Advertisements

53 Responses to “gallery”

  1. masaz czestochowa Says:

    Hi, nice blog

  2. diablo 3 beta key Says:

    My developer is trying to persuade me to move to .net from PHP. I have always disliked the idea because of the expenses. But he’s tryiong none the less. I’ve been using WordPress on various websites for about a year and am nervous about switching to another platform. I have heard very good things about blogengine.net. Is there a way I can import all my wordpress posts into it? Any kind of help would be really appreciated!

  3. Julienne Kearl Says:

    Heya i’m for the first time here. I came across this board and I find It truly useful & it helped me out a lot. I hope to give something back and help others like you helped me.

  4. world of go Says:

    gallery Parviztarikhi's Blog I was recommended this web site by my cousin. I’m not sure whether this post is written by him as no one else know such detailed about my difficulty. You’re incredible! Thanks! your article about gallery Parviztarikhi's BlogBest Regards Yoder

  5. recommended dosage of hgh energizer Says:

    Wow! This can be one of the most beneficial blogs we’ve ever come across on thesubject. Basically fantastic info! I’m also an expert in this topic therefore I can understand your hard work.

  6. order brand name viagra Says:

    Excellent website content Genuinely I’m keen on how it is well prepared. Now i’m questioning me personally generate profits might be got in touch with whenever there’s something totally new on the following. May very well bookmarked your internet site thx!

  7. friteuse sans huile seb Says:

    Very interesting points you have mentioned, thanks for posting.

  8. Somer Angelotti Says:

    some genuinely fantastic information, Sword lily I noticed this.

  9. Inspirational Quotes Says:

    Wow, superb blog layout! How long have you been blogging for? you make blogging look easy. The overall look of your web site is great, as well as the content!. Thanks For Your article about gallery Parviztarikhi's Blog .

  10. scanner diapo Says:

    I have to show my appreciation to you just for bailing me out of this circumstance. Just after surfing through the internet and finding concepts which were not helpful, I was thinking my entire life was done. Living without the solutions to the problems you have sorted out by means of the review is a critical case, and the ones which might have negatively damaged my entire career if I hadn’t noticed your website. Your understanding and kindness in handling all areas was invaluable. I am not sure what I would have done if I hadn’t discovered such a stuff like this. I can also now look forward to my future. Thanks for your time very much for your professional and amazing guide. I won’t think twice to recommend the sites to anyone who needs support on this issue.

  11. Lynna Carasco Says:

    Some truly nice stuff on this internet site , I like it.

  12. Inspirational Quotes Says:

    Hello There. I found your blog using msn. This is a very well written article. I’ll be sure to bookmark it and return to read more of gallery Parviztarikhi's Blog . Thanks for the post. I’ll certainly return.

  13. bureau enfant Says:

    Real excellent info can be found on web blog.

  14. Marc Cuthrell Says:

    This internet site is my breathing in, actually great layout and perfect content material .

  15. barre de traction Says:

    I’ll immediately grasp your rss as I can not to find your email subscription hyperlink or newsletter service. Do you have any? Please allow me realize so that I may subscribe. Thanks.

  16. Lester Her Says:

    Wow, superb blog layout! How long have you been blogging for? you make blogging look easy. The overall look of your website is excellent, as well as the content!

  17. glacière électrique Says:

    Some genuinely excellent blog posts on this web site , regards for contribution.

  18. Inspirational Quotes Says:

    Hello There. I found your blog using msn. This is an extremely well written article. I will be sure to bookmark it and come back to read more of gallery Parviztarikhi's Blog . Thanks for the post. I will definitely return.

  19. portefeuille homme cuir Says:

    Just wanna comment that you have a very decent web site , I enjoy the layout it actually stands out.

  20. here Says:

    I just added this webpage to my feed reader, excellent stuff. Can not get enough!

  21. nowa praca Wrocław Says:

    I must express some appreciation to the writer just for rescuing me from this particular situation. Because of scouting throughout the search engines and seeing tips which are not helpful, I believed my life was done. Existing without the solutions to the issues you’ve solved by way of your good short article is a serious case, as well as ones which could have negatively affected my entire career if I hadn’t come across the blog. Your personal capability and kindness in touching all things was very useful. I’m not sure what I would have done if I hadn’t discovered such a solution like this. I can also now look forward to my future. Thanks a lot so much for the high quality and amazing help. I will not hesitate to propose your blog post to any person who should receive counselling about this issue.

  22. easyforex Says:

    I’m not sure where you are getting your information, but good topic. I needs to spend some time learning much more or understanding more. Thanks for magnificent info I was looking for this information for my mission.

  23. Patsy Leach Says:

    some times its a pain in the ass to read what people wrote but this internet site is rattling user genial ! .

  24. invest liberty reserve Says:

    Wonderful goods from you, man. gallery Parviztarikhi's Blog I’ve understand your stuff previous to and you are just extremely wonderful. I really like what you have acquired here, really like what you are saying and the way in which you say it. You make it enjoyable and you still take care of to keep it smart. I can’t wait to read much more from you. This is actually a great gallery Parviztarikhi's Blog informations.

  25. Moses Krostag Says:

    A new round of applause on your weblog article.In fact thank you! Want more.

  26. brosse à dent électrique Says:

    Very nice layout and superb content, very little else we need :D.

  27. My Blog Says:

    I’ve recently began a blog, the data you provide on this web site has helped me tremendously. Thanks for all your time & work.

  28. Myriam Freimuth Says:

    Is there a problem with the RSS feed here. Looks like a broken link to me?

  29. Lucila Stier Says:

    Greetings from Idaho! I’m bored to tears at work so I decided to browse your blog on my iphone during lunch break. I really like the information you provide here and can’t wait to take a look when I get home. I’m amazed at how quick your blog loaded on my cell phone .. I’m not even using WIFI, just 3G .. Anyways, excellent blog!

  30. Deeann Mitchusson Says:

    Hi, Thank you for this specific material I had been seeking all Msn to be able to locate it!

  31. Birthday quotes For Brothers Says:

    I got what you signify, thanks for putting up. Woh I am willing to feat this website finished google. Thanks For Share gallery Parviztarikhi's Blog.

  32. penny stocks investing Says:

    Another Title…

    I saw this really great post today….

  33. invest liberty reserve Says:

    I got what you impart, thanks for swing up. Woh I am happy to acquire this website through google. Thanks For Share gallery Parviztarikhi's Blog.

  34. minecraft skins Says:

    I got what you will, thanks for putting up. Woh I am willing to effort this website through google. Thanks For Share gallery Parviztarikhi's Blog.

  35. liberty reserve Says:

    An intriguing communication is designer account. I imagine that you should pen much on this issue, it strength not be a bias topic but generally fill are not enough to communicate on such topics. To the next. Cheers like your gallery Parviztarikhi's Blog.

  36. Wiley Siena Says:

    I simply had to say thanks again. I do not know the things that I would have implemented without those recommendations revealed by you regarding this subject. It was an absolute troublesome condition in my position, but observing your expert tactic you managed it made me to cry with fulfillment. Extremely thankful for your information and even pray you know what a great job you were putting in instructing people via your web blog. Most likely you have never got to know any of us.

  37. 1929 mercury dime Says:

    Nice Focus….

    I really like the direction you’ve decided to take this blog….

  38. pozycjonowanie warszawa Says:

    Hello there I like your submit

  39. Melissa Thoresen Says:

    Great blog post.

  40. Oak Internal Doors Says:

    Digg…

    While checking out DIGG yesterday I found this…

  41. Engineered Wood Flooring Says:

    Tumblr article…

    I saw a writer talking about this on Tumblr and it linked to…

  42. watch superbowl 2012 online Says:

    Featured…

    …These are some featured websites that we choose to honor with a link back to their site……

  43. hairdressing tips Says:

    beauty blog
    Fascinating points you have made here. If you have some time, have a look at this web site and let me know what you think. All constructive comments will be welcome.

  44. Power Tools Says:

    Buy Power Tools
    Do you have a spam problem on this blog; I also am a blogger, and I was wanting to know your situation; we have created some nice practices and we are looking to exchange methods with other folks, be sure to shoot me an e-mail if interested.

    • Parviz Tarikhi Says:

      Thanks. I welcome your offer. I am available also at the e-mail address parviz_tarikhi @ hotmail.com
      Regards, Parviz

  45. Eronsefoorm Says:

    parviztarikhi.wordpress.com There are numerous valuable and usable ideas which I’ll put to use in prcatice. But beggary more at the changeless beat to discern the information. Identical consequence, when after reading the form ranks , I hallucination give those things the ‚lan of which I again seen exact differently.

    • Parviz Tarikhi Says:

      Dear Eronsefoorm,
      Happy that you find it useful and it initiates numerous valuable and usable ideas for you. Would you please, if you like, share your impression with me at least through my e-mail parviz_tarikhi at hotmail.com?

  46. changiz Says:

    باسلام
    عکس ها و تصاویر خیلی جالب توجهی هستند
    موفق باشید و به خانواده سلام برسان
    چنگیز

  47. seid xisroşah Says:

    wooow! such a great photographs,most of which i see for the first. and your last Tunisia travel ,i mean a life of working and studying, instead of all the arduousness, i always appreciate u.

    • parviztarikhi Says:

      Thanks Saiid,
      I hope that you will follow such the way benefiting your perceverance, abilities and talents! Parviz

  48. ali Says:

    slam Agha Parviz , Galleri’nizin tam aksilarina 10 dakika da bakhdim ve chokh sevdim va chokh ghururlandim ke hamishaozunuza bir elmi zindaganligi tarjih vrisiz , umidim var elmi zaminalarda daha yakhshi muvaffagiatlara chatasiz.
    shad yashin

    • parviztarikhi Says:

      Dear Ali,
      Thanks! and I wish you the same in your life and study career.
      So long,

      Parviz

  49. Hello world! « Parviztarikhi's Blog Says:

    […] Gallery […]


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: