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Peyman Arjomandi Akram

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Dipartimento di Fisica e Astronomia "Augusto Righi"

Curriculum vitae

Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the I-CHANGE (Individual Change of HAbits Needed for Green European transition) project,

PhD in the program "Future Earth, Climate Change and Societal Challenges" with a specialization in water resource management for climate adaptation. His research focused on water governance issues. The core of the research addressed the challenges of demand and supply management at macro/meso and micro scales. He has developed an innovative analytical framework to assess the problems of fit in water governance systems (macro/mesoscale context), besides studying the drivers of water consumption and conservation behavior of major users (micro-scale context).

He holds the International master's degree in civil engineering from UNIBO (2015), with the thesis for WATER LOSSES ANALYSIS in MEDITERRANEAN COUNTRIES based on the case studies of AQUAKNIGHT (EU) project. He graduated from Urmia University (Iran) in 2001 with a bachelor's degree in civil engineering.

He possessed 4/5 years of international management roles (2015-2019) such as Proposal Manager; Development Manager; Interface Manager in conducting FEED, Proposals, Tenders and Contracts, Liaison and Communication in relation to Water & Environmental Projects, besides he has the knowledge of FIDIC and different project concession models: EPC, EPCF, EPC+F, BOT, BOOT, etc.

In addition, he has been responsible for the implementation of water projects in the national context for 11 years from 2002 to 2012 in both public and private entities, holding the roles of Project Supervisor and Executive Project Manager. The projects include but are not limited to the design and construction of dams and irrigation canals, water and wastewater networks, and treatment plants, etc.

Some of the involved projects:

1) Agricultural Plan of Urmia Lake Basin was tailored for IWRM aims within the basin scale, Iran (National Project; Largest Water Management Project in the country);

2) Garmsiri Transboundy Water Supply Plan, Iran (National Project; Largest Water Supply Project in the country);

3) AQUAKNIGHT Project in Mediterranean Countries (Jordan, Egypt, Tunes, Cyprus, Italy);

4) Upgrading Sanandaj (city, Iran) Wastewater Treatment Plant with energy self- sufficiency goals

5) Updating of the Sewerage Development Program for Greater Tehran (the Largest Sewerage Network in the country)

6) Tehran Wastewater Treatment Plant (the largest WWTP in the country)

7) Master Plan of Agriculture and Water Management in Khuzestan, Iran (significant size in the country)


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