Seyed Mohammad Ashrafi

Seyed Mohammad Ashrafi
Shahid Chamran University of Ahvaz | scu · Department of Civil Engineering (Ahvaz)

Ph.D. Water Resources Engineering
I am currently working on development of intelligent water resources management.

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Introduction
Experienced Assistant Professor with a demonstrated history of working in the higher education industry. The inventor of Melody Search Algorithm, as an Improved version of Harmony Search Optimization Algorithm. Skilled in Water Resources Modeling, Soft Computing Techniques, Optimization Algorithms, Matlab Programming, Analytical Skills, Hydrology, and Environmental Engineering. The outstanding reviewer of some of high quality scientific journals.
Additional affiliations
September 2004 - February 2013
Khaje Nasir Toosi University of Technology
Position
  • MsC Student and PhD student

Projects

Projects (3)
Project
Achieving applicable real-time rules for operating complicated multi-reservoir water resources systems. Using intelligent models for establishing optimal adaptive applicable rules. Developing a robust framework for finding optimal allocation throughout water resources systems in different probable conditions.
Project
This project aims to develop a semi-intelligent framework for facilitating decision making processes in the field of water resources management in Great Karun downstream of Gotvand and Dez reservoirs. Great Karun is one of the most important basins In IRAN that has to serve main purposes including public and environmental water supply, irrigation, hydropower generation and flood control. Managing the huge quantity of data that has to be considered is a key factor that makes water resources decision problems more complicated. Integrating different simulation and optimization (environmental, hydrological and water resources) models with multiple-criteria evaluation procedures in the form of a Decision Support System helps decision makers to establish optimal operating strategies in various scenarios.