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Andreas Hartmann (EGU ECS Awardee) on Doing What You Love Will Pay Off

Andreas Hartmann (EGU ECS Awardee) on Doing What You Love Will Pay Off

Andreas Hartmann makes a point to attend Hofer Filmtage – or the Hof International Film Festival – every year to keep up a tradition he started when he was 12. As a professor, he sets down research to make the yearly pilgrimage to his German hometown to visit with his best friends and family. This year, he couldn’t completely separate from work. After getting out of a film, he got a note saying th ...[Read More]

2019 Recap of the HS Blog

Let’s look back on the first 22 HS blog posts published since our first Welcome to the HS division blog post in March. First and foremost, thanks to all the authors who contributed to the successful start of our blog in 2019! We hope to continue with the fortnightly publication of posts covering various topics related to hydrological sciences. If you have an idea for a topic, would like to write s ...[Read More]

Meeting and networking outside the EGU GA: feedback on the 2019 EGU Leonardo conference

Meeting and networking outside the EGU GA: feedback on the 2019 EGU Leonardo conference

In order to encourage cohesion and sustained dialogue among researchers outside the GA in Vienna, the EGU hosts a number of conference series, targeted at a specific disciplinary or interdisciplinary group within the Union. Closely related to the HS Division is the Leonardo Conference series on Earth’s Hydrological Cycle. These meetings are organized by members of the division. They usually ...[Read More]

SciArt & Hydrology: how about having an art exhibition as part of your hydrology PhD thesis?

SciArt & Hydrology: how about having an art exhibition as part of your hydrology PhD thesis?

On November 1st 2019, Louise Arnal, a PhD candidate at the University of Reading and the European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF), had her art exhibition opening event at The Museum of English Rural Life (Reading, UK). This exhibition was part of her PhD thesis on hydrology, and was called “Gambling with floods?” For me, it was the first time I saw a PhD thesis in hydrology that ...[Read More]