3.4.8 Role of tools in (transboundary) water management (e.g.
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Almost all the graduate students have a position as a doctoral student, many come from abroad.
Compulsory courses are:advanced hydrology, hydrodynamics and scientific methodology.
Being part of the Doctoral Programme also gives her the opportunity to explore how interdisciplinary education and research develops and can be supported.
Key Facts Gemma took on the role of coordinator of the Doctoral Programme on Water Resource Systems in 2009.
H., Fürnkranz-Prskawetz, A., Morgenroth, E., Parajka, J., Pfeifer, N., Rechberger, H., Wagner, W., Zessner, M. (2017) Emerging outcomes from an interdisciplinary research and education programme. Research Interests • Public and stakeholder participation in water resource management.• Socio-hydrology, modelling coupled human-water systems.• Water reuse, with a particular focus on irrigation and soil management.• Collaborative and interdisciplinary research and education in the water sciences.
She also continues to research water reuse and its institutional management.
She has a broad background and obtained a bachelors degree with honours in Geology and Physical Geography from the University of Edinburgh, Scotland in 2002.
In 2004 she completed a Master of Science in Development and Environment at Royal Holloway, University of London, UK.