Jazmin Zatarain Salazar
I received my bachelor degree in Agro-industrial engineering at Chapingo Autonomous University, a center for agricultural studies in Mexico, and completed a semester at LaSalle, Beauvais in France. I developed an interest for water resources during my years at Chapingo when traveling to different rural communities throughout the country where water scarcity clearly affects economic development and well-being.
I received my M.S. in Environmental Sciences from the Autonomous University of San Luis Potosí, Mexico and an M.S. in Natural Resources Management at Cologne University of Applied Sciences, Germany. I am now pursuing a Ph.D. in Environmental and Water Resources Systems Engineering with Professor Patrick Reed. My main research interests include multiobjective river basin management and algorithm diagnostics for multi-purpose reservoir control.
My current hobbies include reading, baking, jet-skiing and crocheting.