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Abdul Azim Amir Shah Karami, a scientist in the field of cultural heritage, has passed away

Abdul Azim Amir Shah Karami, a scientist in the field of cultural heritage, has passed away

Professor Seyed Abdolazim Amirshah Karami, a geotechnical, structural and hydraulic specialist and one of the country’s cultural heritage scientists, died of the corona virus.

Professor Seyed Abdolazim Amirshah Karami, a scientist in the field of cultural heritage and one of the few geotechnical, structural and hydraulic specialists in the country, passed away in the morning of Tuesday, July 28, due to the corona virus at Nikan Hospital in Tehran.

Amir Shah Karami, who was born on November 27, 1980 in Fereydunshahr, Isfahan He completed his primary education in Iran and received his PhD from the two universities of Swansea, Wales and Bordeaux, France. The International Academy of Aqua Energy in Baku was considered Azerbaijan. His main research was focused on the study of historical monuments and the damage done to them, and he never stopped trying to record these researches.

One of the most important actions of Abdolazim Amirshahkarami is to study the subway crossing project below. Chaharbagh Abbasi mentioned the water control plan of Khuzestan, Biston, Pasargad and Persepolis, strengthening the building of Goharshad Mosque and Bostan Arch, modeling and restoration of Bam citadel and pathology and efforts to cure Lake Urmia.

Professor Amir Shah Karam Bahram The second dose of corona vaccine was hospitalized in Nikan Hospital in Tehran last week due to 80% lung involvement due to corona virus. While expressing grief over the loss of this cultural heritage scientist, the Kejaroo editorial team wishes patience and consolation to the survivors, their colleagues and students.

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