Dr. Saman Razavi leads Watershed Systems Analysis and Modelling Lab at the Global Institute for Water Security. He is an assistant professor with School of Environment and Sustainability and Department of Civil and Geological Engineering at the University of Saskatchewan. He received the PhD degree (2013) in civil engineering from the University of Waterloo, Ontario, and the MSc (2004) and BSc (2002) degrees in civil engineering from Amirkabir University and Iran University of Science and Technology in Iran. Dr. Razavi is an Associate Editor of Journal of Hydrology and an Editorial Board Member of Environmental Modelling & Software. His research interests include environmental and water resources systems analysis, hydrologic modelling, single- and multiple-objective optimization, sensitivity and uncertainty analysis, and climate change and impacts on hydrology and water resources.

Publications

Curriculum Vitae

Citation indices

AllSince 2010
Citations:572552
h-index:1111
i10-index:1312

Recognitions & Awards

2015 Outstanding Reviewer Award,
ASCE Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management.
2014 Outstanding Reviewer Award,
Environmental Modelling & Software.
2013 Editors’ Choice Award,
Water Resources Research.

Dr. Saman Razavi

Assistant Professor
Global Institute for Water Security
School of Environment and Sustainability
Department of Civil and Geological Engineering
University of Saskatchewan
 

Contact info:

Mailing address:



Global Institute for Water Security
National Hydrology Research Centre
11 Innovation Blvd, Saskatoon
SK S7N 3H5, Canada
 
Phone:(306) 966-2923
Fax:(306) 966-1193
Email:saman.razavi@usask.ca







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