Farshid Felfelani, PhD
Multi-Scale Hydrological Modeling Lab
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Michigan State University
East Lansing, MI
✓ Member of American Geophysical Union (AGU) (2016-Now)
✓ Member of North American Lake Management Society (NALMS) (2013-2014)
My research seeks to advance our understanding of hydrology-human-climate interactions,
in response to the combined effects of human activities and climate change, by improving the
representation of human impacts in the large-scale hydrological models. In particular, the changes
in various components of the hydrological cycle as caused directly by human activities, such as
irrigation and groundwater pumping, constitute the foundation of my research interests.
Alongside with large-scale hydrology, my research interests are also including but not limited to
the field of water systems and facilities operation with an emphasis on decision making.