• Team

    – The work is centralised at the Laboratory of Hydrology and Water Management at Ghent University –

    P. I.

    Diego obtained his PhD on global hydrology from the VU University Amsterdam (2011), and was then appointed as lecturer at the University of Bristol (2011–2014). In the present he is Associate Professor in Hydrology and Climate at Ghent University. He is genuinely intrigued by soil–vegetation–atmosphere interactions and how the water cycle is impacted by changes in climate.

    Scientist | Post-Doctoral

    Hendrik Wouters obtained his PhD on urban land–climate interactions at KU Leuven (2014), in collaboration with VITO. He holds an MSc in Physics (2008) and a post-graduate in Weather and Climate Modelling (2010) from Ghent University. He is the main developer of TERRA-URB, the urban canopy land-surface scheme in COSMO. He is interested in urbanization, climate change and local extremes.

    Irina Petrova 

    Scientist | Post-Doctoral

    Irina did her PhD on understanding soil moisture–precipitation coupling on mesoscales at the Max Planck Institute for Meteorology (2017). She holds a BSc in Hydrometeorology (2010) from the Russian State Hydrometeorological University and an MSc in Integrated Climate System Sciences from the University of Hamburg (2013). She is interested in boundary layer dynamics and land–atmosphere interactions.

    Scientist | PhD candidate

    Brianna holds an MSc in Water Resources Engineering from Loyola Marymount University (2015) and a BSc in Environmental Science and Policy from California State University (2013). She has six years of experience in the water conservation sector, and is a visiting scientist at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory. The overarching theme of her research is understanding climate change impacts on hydrology and water management.

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  • External Board

    Supported by a network of collaborators

    World leading institutions in ecohydrology, ecophysiology, micrometeorology and climate – including pioneers in the use of the data and methods proposed in the project.