Modeling Water Supply and Hydropower Generation Tradeoffs of the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority

Masoumeh Khalkhali

University of New Hampshire

Ms. Masoumeh Khalkhali is a second year PhD student at the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department of the University of New Hampshire. She completed her BS and MS studies in the University of Tehran. She worked on “Decision support system model development of irrigation and drainage networks” in her master’s thesis. She has worked with consulting firms in Iran on the design and maintenance of agricultural hydraulic networks as a project manager. She is now research assistant in "Critical Resilient Interdependent Infrastructure Systems and Processes (CRISP)" project funded by the National Science Foundation.


Water and energy are interconnected in the modern world: neither resources can be provided without the other. Facing future climate, population, and policy changes, it is important to understand the constantly changing,... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Masoumeh Khalkhali (University of New Hampshire)
  2. Weiwei Mo (University of New Hampshire)

Topic Areas

• Complexity, resilience and sustainability , • Sustainable energy systems , • Sustainable urban systems


MS-6 » Sustainable Water systems (10:00 - Monday, 26th June, Room I)

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