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.

On very special occassions, he even wears a bow tie.

Prof. Dr. Holger Weiß

heads the department of Groundwater Remediation at the Helmholtz Center for Environmental Research UFZ in Leipzig. He is honorary professor at the University of Tübingen.

Dr. Carsten Leven-Pfister

is senior research associate and coordinates the field activities.

Dr. Adrian Mellage

is research associate and specialized in using geophysical methods and numerical simulations to analyze biogeochemical reactive transport.

Dr. Michael Finkel

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

Dr.-Ing. Daniel Erdal

is postdoctoral researcher in CRC CAMPOS wokring on stochastic modeling of catchemnt-scale flow and reactive transport.

Bhasker Rathi, PhD

works on the collaborative AdvectAs project, simulating reactive transport of arsenic at a site in Vietnam.

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.

Bo Xiao, M.Sc.

is a doctoral researcher under the supervision of Claus Haslauer. He works on non-multi-Gaussian spatial dependence of hydrogeological properties.

Veronika Rieckh, M.Sc.

is a doctoral researcher in the EU-funded Innovative Training Network ENIGMA working on geoelectrical monitoring of tomographic salt-tracer tests and the associated inversion.

Simon Martin, M.Sc.

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

Ruth Maier, M.Sc.

is a doctoral researcher on the determination of hydraulic anisotropy of aquifers in a project with the Federal Waterways Engineering and Research Institute (BAW).

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.

Stefan Klingler, M.Sc.

is a doctoral researcher in CRC CAMPOS working on the geophysical assessment of floodplains. His main supervisor is Prof. Peter Dietrich.