The LIST Water Lectures Seminar series were launched in January 2017 and covers various aspects of water resources research towards a sustainable river basin management. The LIST Water lectures series aggregate a group of outstanding experts and scientists in water resources research and related fields. Funded by the Luxembourg National Research Fund (FNR), the seminars are organised by the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST) in the framework of the Doctoral Training unit in hydrological sciences’ activities.
"Getting real about forest canopies and rainfall interception: What pathways does water take to groundwater?"
Prof. Richard Keim from Louisiana State University (Baton Rouge, USA) - 18 April 2018
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"Trends in drying"
Prof. Pierre Gentine from Columbia University (New York City, USA) - 8 May 2018
Dr. Rolf Siegwolf from Paul Scherrer Institute, Villigen (CH) will be the invited speaker on 15 May 2018
"Go with the flow: How hidden catchment Ecotones and river flow regimes can control carbon and nitrogen dynamics"
Prof. Jay Zarnetske from the Michigan State University in Lansing (USA) - 12 June 2018
"A framework for spatial pattern oriented calibration of distributed hydrological models using satellite observations"
Dr. Simon Stisen from the Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland in Copenhagen (Denmark) - 26 june 2018
"Value of citizen observations in hydrology - can people observe what models need?"
Prof. Jan Seibert from the University of Zürich (CH) - 3 July 2018
"Rare Earth Elements: from geochemical proxies to emerging micro contaminants"
Prof. Michael Bau, Jacobs University Bremen (D) - 25 September 2018
"Crop choice and water management for high and stable yields"
Prof. Giulia Vico, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Uppsala (SW) - 9 October 2018
"Surface and subsurface connectivity"
Dr. Ilja van Meerveld, University of Zürich (CH) - 16 October 2018
To be announced
Dr. Anne van Loon, University of Birmingham (UK) - 30 October 2018
"Satellite products for global numerical weather (NWP) prediction systems and perspectives for coupled NWP-hydrology forecasts"
Dr. Patricia de Rosnay, European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts (UK) - 13 November 2018