Dr. Muhamad Bahri is a GERICS scientist working in the CLISWELN project. His main responsibility is to build a system dynamics model correspond to the CLISWELN project. The objective of the CLISWELN project is to enhance our understanding of the connection of water, energy and food. The CLISWELN project is based on the nexus concept, which means that it is impossible to analyze one element at one time since each element is dynamically dependent to other elements.
Muhamad Bahri has passionate on system dynamics modeling, which spans to understand the economic system, the impacts of climate change on agriculture, tourism and economy. He also has passionate about time-series analysis, macroeconomics and microeconomics.
Muhamad firstly learned the system dynamics approach in the Bandung Institute of Technology and deepened his system dynamics skill abroad. His experiences includes as a coordinator of spatial planning, the impacts of climate change on rice production and Indonesian macroeconomic model using the system dynamics approach.
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