Coming out soon: the new open access online course (MOOC) about "Water in Switzerland" is soon getting online. Watch the trailer now.
Manuel Antonetti successfully defended his PhD thesis about “Runoff Generation during Heavy Rainfall Events: Integrating Expert Knowledge about Dominant Runoff Processes in Conceptual Hydrological Models” on 25th of August, 2017.
Florian Lustenberger recieved the Semesterpreis for his outstanding BSc thesis in H2K (Supervision Ilja von Meerveld).
The second SwimSci event (Swim and Science) took place on a warm and sunny summer day, allowing for a cooling swimm after a day full of presentations about hydrological modelling, field work and future plans.
Benjamin Fischer successfully defended his PhD thesis about “spatial and temporal runoff generation processes in a Swiss pre-alpine headwater catchment” on 26th of May, 2016.
After having a SkiSci (Ski and Science) event in winter, we now had our first SwimSci (Swim and Science) afternoon with presentations about our current work, followed by swimming in the cool Limmat.
Our publication ‘Smiling in the rain: Seven reasons to be positive about uncertainty in hydrological modelling’, has been recognized as the top cited Invited Commentary published in Hydrological Processes in 2013.
Nans Addor successfully defended his PhD thesis about “Impacts of Climate Change on Discharge in Switzerland: Cascading Uncertainties and Robustness in Models” on 10th of June, 2015.
This year's SOLA was as always a lot of fun!
Michael Rinderer successfully defended his PhD thesis about “Assessing key controls of catchment functioning by investigating distributed groundwater dynamics, hydrological connectivity and runoff response on different spatial scales” on 20th of March, 2015.
Our latest e-learning films are now online.
Welcome to Dr. April James, associate professor at Nipissing University, Ontario, Canada, who visits H2K from March 6-April 18.
Our latest e-learning film about snow hydrology is now online. You can watch it using this link.
Michael Rinderer awarded a SNF - Early Postdoc. Mobility fellowship on his project: "ICaRus - Investigating Catchment Runoff Response by Assessing Spatial Patterns of Groundwater Dynamics" at Duke University, North Carolina, USA