Water Security in Jordan: from Data to Decision (WaterD2D) promote evidence-based knowledge as an effective tool for decision making towards a water secure Jordan.
Improve integrated environmental management capacities for the protection and sustainable use of natural heritage and resources.
Reducing the flood risk through floodplain restoration along the Danube River and tributaries
Preservation of selected ecosystem services in the Naryn / Kyrgyzstan floodplains through renewable energies and short rotation plantations, including sustainable land and water management and capacity building
Uncertainties due to boundary conditions in predicting mixing in groundwater (UNMIX)
Use of hydrometeorological sensors to improve the data situation in small catchment areas
Current and future risks of urban and rural flooding in West Africa – An integrated analysis and eco-system-based solutions
TUM Sustainable Energies, Entrepreneurship and Development (TUM SEED) Center: Sustainable Water Resources Management
STeigerwald- Untersuchungsgebiet: Vorhersage- und Managementsystem zur Bewältigung von DürreperIOden in Unterfranken