Sebastian Gnann

Project: Groundwater processes in conceptual hydrological models

Supervisors: Dr Nicholas Howden and Dr Ross Woods

Sebastian graduated from the University of Tuebingen, Germany, with a B.Sc. in Environmental Science and a M.Sc. in Applied & Environmental Geoscience. During his Master’s, he specialised in Hydrogeology and Environmental Physics & Modelling.

Accordingly, Sebastian focused mainly on groundwater-related modelling and programming, including numerical modelling of flow and solute transport as well as corresponding field work. For his Master’s thesis, he focused on multivariate geostatistics and stochastic modelling of environmental variables.

Sebastian will move to the University of Bristol in order to undertake his PhD project with the title ‘Groundwater Processes in Conceptual Hydrological Models’. Within this project he will focus on the representation of groundwater processes in hydrological models with the aim to improve hydrological predictions especially in groundwater dominated catchments.

Research Interests
• Hydrogeology
• Environmental and hydrological modelling
• Stochastic modelling
• Geostatistics

WISE 2017 Summer School Presentation: Sebastian_Gnann_Jun17[1]

June 2017 Poster: Sebastian Gnann Jun17