Saeid EslamianSaeid Eslamian is a Full Professor of Hydrology and Water Resources Sustainability at Isfahan University of Technology in the Department of Water Engineering. His research focuses mainly on Statistical and Environmental Hydrology and Climate Change. In particular, he is working on Forecasting Natural Hazards including Flood, Drought, Storm, Wind, Pollution toward a sustainable environment. Professor is now the Director of Excellence in Risk Management and Natural Hazards. Formerly, he was a Visiting Professor at Princeton University, United States, University of ETH Zurich, Switzerland and McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. He has contributed to more than 600 publications in journals, books, or as technical reports. He is the Founder and Chief Editor of International Journal of Hydrology Science and Technology. Currently, he has been the author of about 210 Books and Book Chapters. Prof. Eslamian is the editorial board member and reviewer of about 100 Web of Science (ISI) Journals. Saeid is the editor of Journal of Hydrology (Elsevier)https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Journal_of_Hydrology, Ecohydrology and Hydrobiology (Elsevier), Journal of the Saudi Society of Agricultural Sciences (Elsevier), Journal of Water Reuse and Desalination (IWA).
He is a member of the following associations: American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), International Association of Hydrologic Science (IAHS), World Conservation Union (IUCN), GC Network for Drylands Research and Development (NDRD), International Association for Urban Climate (IAUC), International Society for Agricultural Meteorology, UK Chinese Association of Resources and Environment, Association of Water and Environment Modeling.
From 2010, Eslamian has started scientific collaboration internationally toward Sustainable Development and Ecological resilience. He is currently the head of International Collaboration for Environmental Sustainability (ICES) having about 1000 members including Professors, Directors, Sustainability Professionals, Policy Makers, Senior and Graduate Students. Provided by Wikipedia