Author Archives: Young Hydrologic Society

EGU Early Career Scientist Rep for Hydrological Sciences (2023-2025): applications open

The application for the role of Early Career Scientist Representative (ECS Rep) for the EGU Division on Hydrological Sciences (2023-2025) is open! More details can be found in the official statement.

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Hallway Conversations – Luca Brocca (January 2023)

Contribution by Paola Mazzoglio (PM) Luca Brocca received the M.Sc. degree in Environmental Engineering and the Ph.D. degree in Civil Engineering, both with excellence, from the University of Perugia, Italy, in 2003 and 2008, respectively. Since 2009 he is a … Continue reading

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New YHS President: Faranak Tootoonchi

Faranak (FT) is the incoming President for the Young Hydrologic Society. Here the outgoing President Lina (LS) interviews her about what it is like finishing the PhD, why she would recommend people to join YHS, and what she plans for … Continue reading

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“Gotta catch’em all” talk

The British Hydrological Society and Young Hydrologic Society would invite you to join the first “Gotta catch’em all” talk on 17th January 2023, 14:30-15:30 CEST. The speakers will talk about hydrology tips and rainfall data decimation.

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Hallway Conversations – Heidi Kreibich (November 2022)

Contribution by Paola Mazzoglio (PM) Heidi Kreibich is head of the working group “Flood risk and climate adaptation” at the Section Hydrology, German Research Centre for Geosciences GFZ. Heidi’s research is focused on flood risk assessment and mitigation with a … Continue reading

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