Dr. Emilio Sánchez-Léon
has finished his doctoral research on developing tracer-tomographic methods for the assessment of hydraulic parameters of aquifers and now works on data assimilation of coupled subsurface/land-surface/atmospehre models in the Research Unit 2131.
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.
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.