My research interests are broad and interdisciplinary in nature. My primary goal is to contribute to a better understanding of hydrological processes in a changing climate and their links to external meteorological, topographic and anthropogenic drivers. I also study their implications for water quantity (e.g., floods and droughts) and water quality at different spatio-temporal scales, and their socio-economic consequences.
My research group conducts cutting-edge research to face current societal challenges in line with the Sustainable Development Goals. Our present focus is on modeling surface-water hydrology with emphasis on hydrological extremes, risks, nexus-thinking as well as interactions between humans and their environment in a changing climate.