theoretical ecohydrology lab

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We use theoretical methods—conceptual, mathematical, and numerical models—to study ecohydrological processes in terrestrial systems. We are currently interested in modelling water fluxes through the soil–plant–atmosphere system and their re-scaling to the catchment scale and applying systems theory to urban ecohydrology.

We teach courses on terrestrial ecohydrology in the Environmental Sciences, Civil Engineering, and Environmental Engineering graduate programmes.

You can find us online at our official webpage, or in the real world on the 4th floor of the Institute of Geoecology at Langer Kamp 19c, 38106, Brunswick, Germany.

teaching

winter term 22–23

  • Foundations of Ecohydrology (Özgen, Gillefalk)
  • Ecohydrological Project (Özgen, Gillefalk)

summer term 22

  • Urban Ecohydrology (Gillefalk)
  • Ecohydrological Modelling (Özgen)

projects

  • Runoff generation and surface hydrodynamics across scales with the SERGHEI model. Forschungszentrum Jülich under Application-Nr. 26702, 1 May 2021 – 31 Oct 2023.
  • SERGHEI: Simulation environment for geomorphology, hydrodynamics and ecohydrology in integrated form – gitlab

phd students

I'm actively seeking PhD students. Contact me if you would like to work with me on topics in computational ecohydrology.

postdocs

  • Dr. Mikael Gillefalk, 2021–now, Urban ecohydrology

research assistants

  • Dharini Balachandran, 2022–now, Soil-plant-atmosphere continuum modelling

co-advised students

in progress

  • Hemant Kumar, MTech. Neural networking to predict transpiration using sap flow and soil moisture data from tropical rainforest, PI: Hemalatha, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, India.
  • Advaith Jayan, MTech. GIS and remote sensing based analysis to assess the potential of green roofs in urbanised areas in India, PI: Arlikatti, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, India.
  • Lennart Steffen, PhD. Performance optimisations for the Hydroinformatics Modeling System (hms++), PI: Hinkelmann, Technische Universität Berlin.
  • Aziz Hassan, PhD. Urban flash flood modelling based on merged rainfall satellite data — Application to Abidjan, Cote d'Ivoire, PI: Hinkelmann, Technische Universität Berlin.
  • Rachel Johnson, MSc. Flux re-scaling in ecohydrological systems, Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internship, PI: Molins, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, USA.

past

  • Franziska Tügel, PhD, 2022. Flash flood modeling with a specific focus on arid regions and infiltration, PI: Hinkelmann, Technische Universität Berlin.
    First position: Postdoc, Technische Universität Berlin, Germany
  • Jiaheng Zhao, PhD, 2019. Fully coupled robust shallow water flow and sediment transport model on unstructured grids, PI: Hinkelmann, Technische Universität Berlin.
    First position: Postdoc, Loughborough University, UK.

Impressum

Author: ilhan özgen xian

Created: 2022-11-21 Mon 16:03