WE-ACT project’s overall goal is to demonstrate a Decision Support System (DSS) for water allocation in a Central Asian transboundary river to increase shared benefits and foster the adaptation of water resources management and planning to climate change.
Hydrometric monitoring of remote and hard-to-reach rivers in alpine, arctic and tropical regions.
REsilienT water gOvernance Under climate CHange within the Water-Energy-Food-Ecosystems (WEFE) Nexus.The project aims to effectively increase the socio-economic and environmental resilience of water governance in Europe by providing and endorsing upscalable and desirable Nexus-based water governance interventions.
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.
ChaosAD investigates chaotic advection's effects on solute transport in porous media, using experimental evidence and advanced numerical methods for data interpretation.
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