Arash Massoudieh, Ph.D.
B.S., Sharif University of Technology, 1997
M.S., University of Tehran, 2001
Ph.D., University of California, Davis, 2006
Dr. Massoudieh's research interests include (1) Reactive contaminant fate and transport in aquatic systems; (2) Modeling of biological wastewater treatment; (3) Storm-water quality, management and BMP optimization; (4) Evolutionary and Bayesian methods in inverse modeling of contaminant fate and transport in natural systems (5) Contaminant sediment water interactions in streams and wetlands and (5) Bacterial horizontal gene transfer in porous media. Prior to joining CUA in 2008, he held research appointments at the University of California, Davis.
Sharifi S., S. Murthy, I. Takacs, A. Massoudieh, (2014), “Probabilistic Parameter Estimation of Activated Sludge Processes using Markov Chain Monte Carlo”, Water Research, 50, 254-266.
Massoudieh A., (2013), “Inference of long-term flow transience in aquifers using environmental tracers: A theoretical approach”, Water Resources Research, 49(12), 8039-8052,
Massoudieh, A. A. Gellis., W. S. Bank, and M. Wieczorek, (2013), “Suspended Sediment Source Apportionment in Chesapeake Bay Watershed Using Bayesian Chemical Mass Balance Receptor Modeling”, Hydrological Processes, 27(24), 3363-3374.
Massoudieh, A., S. Sharifi, and D. K. Solomon, (2012), “Bayesian Evaluation of Groundwater Age Distribution using a Radio-Active Tracers and Anthropogenic Chemicals”, Water Resources Research, 48, W09529, doi:10.1029/2012WR011815.
Massoudieh, A., T. R. Ginn, (2007) “Modeling Colloid Facilitated Transport of Multi-species contaminants in Unsaturated Porous Media”, J. Contaminant Hydrology,92-(3-4) 162-183
Massoudieh, A., F. A. Bombardelli and T. R. Ginn, (2010), “A Biogeochemical Model of Contaminant Fate and Transport in River Waters and Sediments”, Journal of Contaminant Hydrology, 112 (1-4), 103–117.