Ramin Forghani is a doctoral researcher and an academic staff member at the Institute of Political Science of the University of Luxembourg. His PhD research project expands on the concept of space diplomacy, while focusing on the uses of remote sensing/satellite/space data in diplomatic processes of conflict resolution. (Supervisor: Josip Glaurdić)

Ramin holds a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Azad University (Iran), a Master of Arts in Terrorism and Security studies from the University of Salford (United Kingdom), and certifications in Human Rights Law and International Law from City, University of London (United Kingdom). He draws from his diverse background in the course of his doctoral research. He has recently contributed seminars on terrorism for the International Relations seminar in the Master of European Governance programme.

Research interests
International Relations
Space Diplomacy
Strategic Studies
Terrorism Studies
Urban Resilience

Latest content Ramin Forghani took part in

Faculty Blog
Thoughts are my own - Abraham Accords for Peace and Prosperity: From the Start to the Future
Each month, on our Faculty Blog, we share an opinion piece written by one of our members. This section called "Thoughts are my own" address key societal challenges and investigates the way human gives meaning to the world. Our goal is to encourage debate and discussion among colleagues, but also with students and broader audiences.