Who is Who of the Hydrogeology Workgroup

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Olaf A. Cirpka

is professor of hydrogeology at the University of Tübingen and heads the workgroup.

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Dr. Carsten Leven-Pfister

is senior research associate and coordinates the field activities.

Dr. Michael Finkel

is senior researcher. He coordinates the modeling activities of CRC CAMPOS.

Carolin Paneru, M.Sc.

is a doctoral researcher in the RTG "Integrated Hydrosystem Modelling" simulating nitrate transport in a small Mediterrenian catchemnt using an integrated hydrosystem-modeling approach. She is co-supervised by Olaf Cirpka, Claus Haslauer, and Prof. David L. Rudolph at University of Waterloo.

Simon Martin, M.Sc.

is a doctoral researcher in CRC CAMPOS working on the hydrogeological assessment of floodplains.

Philipp Selzer, M.Sc.

is a doctoral researcher in the RTG "Integrated Hydrosystem Modelling" working on particle-tracking methods for integrated hydrosystems modelling. He is co-supervised by Olaf Cirpka, Claus Haslauer, and Prof. René Therrien at Université Lavel in Québec, Canada.

Anna Störiko, M.Sc.

is a doctoral researcher in the RTG "Integrated Hydrosystem Modelling" studying how to inform reactive-transport models of nitrogen cycling by molecular-biological data. She is co-supervised by Olaf Cirpka, Holger Pagel at the University of Hohenheim, and Prof. Philippe van Cappellen at the University of Waterloo, Canada.

Jonas Allgeier, M.Sc.

is a doctoral researcher in the RTG "Integrated Hydrosystem Modelling" simulating flow and biogeochemical reactive transport in the Ammer floodplain under uncertainty. He is co-supervised by Olaf Cirpka, Michael Finkel, and Prof. Richard Amos at Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada.

Cora Strobel, M.Sc.

is a doctoral researcher, funded by the RiSC – Research Seed Capital program of the Ministry of Science, Research and the Arts Baden Württemberg, working on monitoring subsurface reactive transport processes using (bio)geophysical methods. She is co-supervised by Adrian Mellage and Olaf Cirpka.

Marie-Madeleine Stettler, M.Sc.

is a doctoral researcher studying the partial reversibility of solute dispersion in herteogeneous porous media in collaboration with Marco Dentz at the Institute of Environmental Assessment and Water Research (IDÆA) of the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) in Barcelona.