Several master theses can be realized in ongoing projects.
We work continuously on developing new aspects of hydrological engineering.
Processes studies and assessment of water quality, flow and solute transport modeling in different environmenal compartments. Tracers, hydrochemical and compartmental modeling used as methods in this research field. Models of environmental flow dynamics are derived from hydrochemical and isotope data.
The research addresses new monitoring and modeling approaches, improved monitoring devices and techniques as well as their efficient operation, methods for data analysis and programming including AI are studied.
Access to water depends on natural and socio-economic conditions but also on technical and engineering aspects. The objective is to study and quantify these factors, to produce maps and operational indicators for the access to water. Indicators, maps and projections are made to improve access to water.
Modeling and design of ecohydrological systems for remediation, flood control, retention and recharge mangagment.