Dr Arash Zamyadi has over 14 years of experience working with academics, government agencies, utilities and industry partners in Australia, Canada and the United States to tackle water treatment challenges. He brings to the water sector his research expertise in how climate change and harmful algal blooms affect water treatment, removal of combined microbial and chemical contaminants, and reuse opportunities. Dr Zamyadi has been leading and managing projects funded by Water Research Australia, Australian Research Council, Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada, and the Water Research Foundation. Currently, Dr Zamyadi is a Research Project Manager at Water Research Australia based in Melbourne. He also holds an adjunct academic position at the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of New South Wales. He has a strong publication record with 2 book chapters, 38 refereed articles in top-tier journals, and 72 conference presentations worldwide. He has frequently been invited to make key note speeches across the globe from Australia, Canada, United States, South Africa and China. He actively volunteers in the water community and contributes as a member of American Water Works Association (AWWA), Australian Water Association, an International Water Association (IWA) Fellow, Co-Chief Editor of Water Quality Research Journal, and Guest Editor of a MDPI Water Special Issue.