About me

My primary research interest is to incorporate the idea of computational and artificial intelligence (e.g., optimization, data mining, machine learning, etc.) and decision-making paradigms to tackle the challenges that are acquitted with sustainable management of water resources, such as the potential impacts of climate change. These would help us move toward more robust decision-making frameworks that can address the economic, environmental, and technical aspects of water engineering by shedding light on the energy-water-food nexus role of water.

I’m currently a joint-PhD researcher under the QUEX program working at Sustainable Minerals Institute, The University of Queensland, Australia, and Centre for Water Systems (CWS), University of Exeter, UK.


Ph.D. Student