Research team

Arthur Lutz

Arthur Lutz

Postdoctoral researcher

Studies sustainable water management in Indus basin

Emmy Stigter

Emmy Stigter

PhD candidate

Focuses on our understanding of snow processes

Fanny Brun

Fanny Brun

Postdoctoral researcher

Focuses on Tibetan Plateau lake and glacier changes

Jakob Steiner

Jakob Steiner

PhD candidate

Looks at the contribution of glaciers to runoff at catchment scale

Maxime Litt

Maxime Litt

Postdoctoral researcher

Studies small scale atmospheric processes that affect snow

Philip Kraaijenbrink

Philip Kraaijenbrink

Postdoctoral researcher

Applies remote sensing and modelling to understand the large-scale water cycle

Pleun Bonekamp

Pleun Bonekamp

PhD candidate

Studies the atmosphere-cryosphere interface across scales

Remco de Kok

Remco de Kok

Postdoctoral researcher

Unravels large-scale effects of atmospheric processes on glaciers and snow

Sanita Dhaubanjar

Sanita Dhaubanjar

PhD candidate

Advances our understanding of the water-food-energy nexus in the Indus basin.

Walter Immerzeel

Walter Immerzeel

Professor

Has twenty years of solid experience in geo-informatics, water resource management and climate change. As Mountain Hydrology lead, he integrates the group's efforts into a strong multidisciplinary approach to mountain hydrology.