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Nastaran Saberi

Nastaran Saberi

Nastaran Saberi

Professionnal informations

CTO and Co-founder at GeoMate
GeoMate Inc.




Region of Nastaran Saberi
Waterloo, ON


  • English

Activities sectors

  • Data analysis and application development
  • Radars/lasers
  • Earth observation satellites and environment

Conferences types

  • Virtual conferences
  • In-person conferences in the same region as my workplace (up to 50 km away)


PhD in applied Remote Sensing, University of Waterloo Geomatics engineering- Remote Sensing MSc, University of Tehran Geomatics engineering BSc, University of Tehran


Dr. Nastaran Saberi, who received her PhD in Applied Remote Sensing from the University of Waterloo in 2019, is the co-founder and CTO of GeoMate, a location-intelligence startup that uses AI to analyze the safety and accessibility of cities. She also holds the position of researcher at the University of Waterloo (UW), working as a core-modeler in the Global Water Futures program since 2019. Also at UW, Dr. Saberi contributes her knowledge about the geospatial domain as a lecturer and mentor, and in the commercial sector, acts as a data growth coach for small-to-medium enterprises, helping them to grow their geospatial data knowledge, machine vision, and AI and geodata pipeline integration. She is firmly committed to encouraging the use of tech and AI for good, and adheres to socially responsible practices in all her geo community activities. Despite a decade of research and development experience in geospatial sciences, Dr. Saberi remains excited to learn more about applied geoscience and the positive contributions it can make to society.

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