During the master you will receive tuition from top experts from all four universities as well as guest lecturers.
Biswa Bhattacharya, Head of the Hydroinformatics and Socio-technical Innovation department and Associate Professor of Hydroinformatics. His research interests include Flood risk management, hydrological modelling and forecasting and flood risk mapping
Professor Peter Krebs is the Director of the Institute and Chair of Urban Water Management
Higher education teacher - Associate professor (pedagogy)
Professor Professor in hydraulics, specialised in numerical modelling. He has implemented various numerical models for the solution of rapid variable flow, with and without sediment transport. He also works in the experimental field with sediment transport and erosion in rivers. He has been in charge of various projects within public and private enterprises. A priority is the study of flow resistance in vegetated bends and the characterisation of turbulence in these flows.
Claudia Bertini is a researcher in the Hydroinformatics group at IHE Delft Institute for Water Education in Delft, the Netherlands. She holds an MSc degree in Civil Hydraulic Engineering and a PhD degree in Environmental and Hydraulics Engineering from Sapienza University of Rome, Italy. Her background in hydrology, with experience in rainfall data analysis, rainfall extreme events, remote sensing, and hydrological modelling.
Andreja Jonoski is an Associate Professor of Hydroinformatics within the Hydroinformatics Chair Group at IHE Delft Institute for water education, with teaching and research responsibilities in hydroinformatics, groundwater modelling, hydrological and hydraulic modelling, coupling of simulation models with optimisation models, decision support systems and Internet- and mobile phone-based distributed applications.
Ioana Popescu is currently Associate Professor of Hydroinformatics at IHE Delft Institute for Water Education in Delft, The Netherlands. Her research focuses on computational methods, aspects of flood modeling and vulnerability related to floods, lake and reservoir modeling and water supply systems modeling and optimisation. She is particularly interested in integrating mathematical models into decision support systems.
Gerald A. Corzo has extensive experience in modelling water resources using advanced ICT technology. Since the last four year he has been working on the use of global hydrological models ensemble and their uncertainty for climate change analysis. In 2012 he won the Tison award as young scientist from the IAHR association. His work cover extreme natural events like the research in forecasting and analyzing flood and drought by the development of hydroinformatics technologies.
Leonardo Alfonso is a Civil Engineer of the National University of Colombia. He has a combined consultancy and research experience in water modelling. He holds an MSc degree in Water Science and Engineering, specialisation Hydroinformatics at IHE Delft and a PhD degree in the same field from IHE Delft / TU Delft.