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Hydrological Sciences

Maria-Helena Ramos

Maria-Helena Ramos is a research scientist in hydrology and hydrometeorology at the National Research Institute for Agriculture, Food and Environment (INRAE) in France. She is president of the EGU Division on Hydrological Sciences (HS) since April 2019.

Goodbye 2021: looking forward to the challenges ahead

Goodbye 2021: looking forward to the challenges ahead

When I started as Division president, at the General Assembly in 2019, I thought: “Well, my predecessors were very nice; people did not complain (at least not too much), so I guess I can do exactly as they did.” I was not expecting a virus pandemic that would change so many things, including moving, with short notice, all activities online! As I mentioned in a previous post, I cannot hide that the ...[Read More]

What EGU Division presidents actually do

What EGU Division presidents actually do

During the recent EGU Autumn 2021 elections, Alberto Viglione, from Politecnico di Torino, was elected as the new president of the Division on Hydrological Sciences. As a first-time elected division president, he will be inaugurated during the EGU General Assembly in April 2022 in Vienna, and serve for one year as Deputy President after the inauguration. He will then serve as division President fo ...[Read More]

Being positive and passionate about resilient and smart cities – Interview with Elena Cristiano (ECS Rep)

Being positive and passionate about resilient and smart cities – Interview with Elena Cristiano (ECS Rep)

During our business meeting in the GA 2021, we introduced the Early Career Scientist (ECS) representative Elena Cristiano, elected by the ECS members of the HS division and the Young Hydrologic Society (YHS) for the period 2021-2023 [*]. In this blog post, we asked her some questions to get you know her better, her visions and expectations. Maria-Helena Ramos (MHR): First of all, I would like to a ...[Read More]

Vienna or not Vienna? On the way to #EGU22

Vienna or not Vienna? On the way to #EGU22

The EGU Programme committee (PC) usually meets several times in a year to prepare the EGU General Assembly (GA). In these “virtual” times, they have met even more than usual, as more issues have to be discussed and reflected upon: hybrid format, accessibility, fees and registration rates, travel support, education, outreach, communication, side events, etc. The PC meeting dedicated to finalize the ...[Read More]