Professor Mahmood Golabchi
The Ever-lasting Name of the Islamic Republic of Iran in architecture and civil engineering
Head of UNESCO Chair Program in Architecture, Founder of Pars University
Introduced as “The distinguished professor of Tehran University”, Introduction as “The distinguished professor of Universities of Iran”, Introduced as “The distinguished researcher of Tehran University”, Introduction as “The distinguished researcher of the Universities of Iran”, “Introduced as “The Distinguished Engineer in Iran, Director of the Postgraduate Studies and PhD Programs
Professor Mahmood Golabchi
Professor of Civil Engineering and Architectural Technology
Head of UNESCO Chair Program in Architecture
Head of Architectural Technology
Head of Construction Management
Director of the Postgraduate Studies and PhD Programs
Introduced as “The Distinguished Professor” in 2009
Introduced as “The Distinguished Researcher” in 2008
Introduced as “The Distinguished Engineer in Iran” in 2010
Mahmood Golabchi, The Ever-lasting Name of the Islamic Republic of Iran in architecture and civil engineering, is an author and researcher, and a full professor in the fields of architecture and civil engineering in the Faculty of Architecture of the Faculty of Fine Arts and Civil Engineering in the Faculty of Technical Faculty in the University of Tehran. He is the founder of structural expertise in architecture, architectural technology, architectural technology with two majors of bionic architecture and digital architecture, and project and construction management, and construction management in master’s and PHD degrees in Iranian universities. Mahmood Golabchi was the lasting face of architecture and the lasting face of road and construction engineering in the 8th conference of lasting faces of the Islamic Republic of Iran (2009) and he received the UNESCO chair in Islamic architecture in 2010.
Founder of Pars University
Realizing the goals of the comprehensive scientific map of the country in the field of art, architecture and urban planning, opening new doors of science, art and technology based on the sustainable values of Iranian architecture, in order to realize the model of committed art and Islamic-Iranian architecture, has always been one of Mahmood Golabchi’s concerns. . The necessity of creating the foundations and structures needed to achieve these conditions, which was accompanied by the invitation of prominent professors who believed in such goals in the recognition of Islamic-Iranian art, architecture, technology, and urban planning, made him, in 1392, to The establishment of Pars Architecture and Art Higher Education Institute should take a new approach.
Until today, Mahmood Golabchi has authored and published more than 80 volumes of books in the field of structures in architecture, building systems and project management, 18 of which have been selected as books of the year of the Islamic Republic of Iran and selected academic books.
Scientific and Educational Resumes
Mahmoud Golabchi has been a professor at Tehran University of Fine Arts Faculty of Architecture since 1998 and has been the founder and head of architectural technology and project management and construction courses at the master’s and PHD levels in this university since 1999. Also, he has a teaching experience in various fields related to civil engineering and architecture, and his teaching experience in the years 1993-1996 at Leeds University is also recorded in his Resumes. In 2009, he was nominated as a Distinguished Researcher of the country and in 2008 as a Distinguished Professor of the country’s universities.
Mahmood Golabchi is The Ever-lasting Name of architecture and The Ever-lasting Name of civil engineering in the 8th conference of The Ever-lasting Name of the Islamic Republic of Iran in 2009 and he received the UNESCO chair in Islamic architecture in 2010. he has achieved positions such as the country’s Distinguished Professor (2008), the country’s Distinguished Researcher (2009), the country’s Distinguished engineer (2009).