An Ipswich-based Iranian researcher wanted for conspiracy crimes in the United States has been denied bail.
Reza Debhashi Kivi from Redbank Plains is accused of eight offences related to the prohibited exportation of electronic equipment from the US to Iran.
The 38-year-old man faced Brisbane Magistrates Court today -- a day after being arrested on an extradition warrant.
An Ipswich student is now facing extradition to the United State for allegedly exporting banned military radar equipment to Iran.
Reza Dehbashi Kivi was taken to the Brisbane watch house yesterday, after the US government sent an application to have the 38-year-old moved to America to face charges dating back to 2008.
The Redbank Plains man - who is a postgraduate student at UQ - could face up to six charges in the US with a maximum penalty of 20 years jail.