Process based modelling of natural and decentralized flooding retention measures to analyse the event and area-dependent efficiency
The GeRDI project deals with the development of a Generic Research Data Infrastructure (GeRDI). The aim is to enable all scientists in Germany, especially those who hold only small amounts of data, to store, share and re-use research data across disciplines.
Research on urban flash-floods including transport of pollutants by means of a rainfall simulator
Improving water management through physically based surface water-groundwater simulations
Managing the effects of multiple stressors on aquatic ecosystems under water scarcity
Efficient Practices of Land Use Management Integrating Water Resources Protection and Non-structural Flood Mitigation Experiences
In collaboration with Dr. Winfried Willems (IAWG - Hydrology, Applied Water Resources Management and Geoinformatics, Ottobrunn) it will be developed a multivariate flood statistic using the Copula technique
Management and innovative technologies to improve water quality in two significant Chinese waters