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Leon Frederik De Vos, M.Sc.

Technical University of Munich


since 11/2019 Research assistant at the chair of hydraulic and water resource engineering
2016 - 2019 M.Sc. Environmental Engineering, TUM
  Master Thesis:

Optimizing and Testing of Automatic Calibration Methods for the Bed Roughness in Hydraulic Simulations with TELEMAC-2D

08/2017 - 01/2018 Exchange semester at the KTH in Stockholm
2017 Internship at Dr. Blasy - Dr. Øverland, Beratende Ingenieure GmbH & Co. KG
  Flood Risk Maps Bayern
01/2016 - 06/2016 Exchange semester at the DTU in Copenhagen
2012 - 2016 B.Sc. Engineering Science, TUM
  Bachelor Thesis:
  Hydraulic Ram


11/2019 - 03/2021 Research project: Retention Basins at the Danube -  Further Investigations; Complementary Review of the Impact of Retention Basins
04/2021 - 01/2022 ViewBay: Large-scale Coupling of Hydrology and Hydromorphodynamics for Bavaria
since 02/2022 Inno_MAUS: Efficient Simulation of Flood Dynamics in Urban Areas for Extreme Rainfall Events




De Vos, L.F.; Kolesch, D.; Rüther, N. (2023). Unsicherheiten und Probleme bei numerischen Hochwassersimulationen im urbanen Raum. 21. Wasserbau-Symposium „Wasserbau – krisenfest und zukunftweisend“, 28.-30. Juni 2023, Wallgau, Tagungsband 1, Berichte des Lehrstuhls und der Versuchsanstalt für Wasserbau und Wasserwirtschaft der Technischen Universität München, Heft 138, S. 67-76, ISSN 1437-3513, ISBN 978-3-00-075350-3  (Vortrag und Beitrag im Tagungsband).

De Vos. L.F.; Reisenbüchler, M.; Rüther, N. (2022). A Simple and Efficient Approach for Automatic Calibration of 2D-Hydraulic Models. IAHR Europe Congress 2022. Athens, Greece, pp. 193-194. 

De Vos, L.F.; Reisenbüchler, M; Kruspe, A. (2022). Innovative Tools for Urban Flood Management – a Brief Overview of 2D-Hydrodynamic Modelling and How to Possibly Overcome Its Limitations in Extreme Flood Management in Urban Areas by Artificial Intelligence. Proceedings of the 39th IAHR World Congress (Granada, 2022). https://doi.org/10.3850/IAHR-39WC252171192022801

Bormann, Helge, Mariana Madruga De Brito, Despoina Charchousi, Dimitris Chatzistratis, Amrei David, Paula Farina Grosser, Jenny Kebschull, Alexandros Konis, Paschalis Koutalakis, Alkistis Korali, and et al. 2018. "Impact of Hydrological Modellers’ Decisions and Attitude on the Performance of a Calibrated Conceptual Catchment Model: Results from a ‘Modelling Contest’" Hydrology 5, no. 4: 64. https://doi.org/10.3390/hydrology5040064