Education (Bsc, Msc)

vacant msc graduation projects

Title MSc project

Supervisor(s)

Internal/external

Sand and silt in the Western Scheldt: process-based modelling 39.16


Roos (AD)

Willemsen

Grasmeijer (Arcadis)


External Arcadis

The water and land footprints of bioplastics 38.16

Hoekstra (AD

Verburg

Holmatov

Internal

Model assimilation in flow data processing 37.16

Roos (AD)

Vermeulen


Internal

The blue and grey water footprint of industrial production and domestic water supply 35.16


Hoekstra (AD)

Hogeboom

Internal

Water and land footprint of small-scale multiple water harvesting versus large-scale reservoirs 34.16



Hoekstra (AD)

Krol

Chukalla

Internal

Deriving beach surface properties from Sentinel-1 satellite imagery 33.16




Wijnberg (AD)

Ndungu

Williams

Van der Velde (ITC)

Internal

Understanding and modeling swash zone sediment dynamics 32.16



Ribberink (AD)

Van der Werf

McCall

External Deltares

Storm effects on dune development on supply limited systems: a Brazilian case study 31.16



Wijnberg (AD)

Silva

Siegle (University of São Paulo – Brazil)

Internal/external

Coastal dune development in a supply limited system: a Brazilian case study 30.16



Wijnberg (AD)

Silva

Siegle (University of São Paulo – Brazil)

Internal/external

Is it possible to measure turbulence from a boat in a tidal river? 29.16


Wijnberg (AD)

Vermeulen

Internal

The effect of spatial scales in modelling crop water use in the Netherlands 27.16



Krol (AD)

Hogeboom

Kwadijk (Deltares)

Internal/external (in overleg)

Inundation dynamics of Dutch floodplains 26.16



Augustijn (AD)

Harezlak

Internal

Spatial estimation of erosion potential in a catchment and sediment loads into the river system 22.16


Augustijn

Ndungu

Internal

Online storylines to communicate results about uncertainty and/or geomorphological effects of riverine measures 21.16




Augustijn (AD)

Brugnach

Cortes

Van Rompay (BMS)

Internal

Water consumption and pollution in mining 19.16



Hoekstra (AD)

Holmatov

Internal

Analysing the potential of the CoVadem database with respect to river bed form development and migration and navigation 14.16


Hulscher (AD)

Van der Mark (Deltares)

External Deltares

Understanding and modelling mixed sediment beaches 11.16



Ribberink (AD)

Van de Werf (Deltares en UT)

Internal/external

Influence of future climate change on flooding: comparison of catchments with predominant rainfall and snow-melt driven flood regimes 10.16


Booij (AD)

Romanowicz (IGF PAN)

Internal/external

Non-stationary hydrological models for climate change impact assessment 08.16


Booij (AD)

Internal

When is good good enough? Finding optimal complexity of a hydraulic river model 07.16



Hulscher (AD)

Berends

Spruyt (Deltares)

External Deltares Delft

Predicting the stability of multi-inlet tidal systems under different tidal ranges and littoral drifts – Process based approach 05.16


Hulscher (AD)

Roos

Dastgheib (UNESCO-IHE)

External UNESCO-IHE Delft

Effect of spatial and temporal resolution of precipitation on flood peak simulation using a distributed hydrological model 03.16


Booij (AD)

Xu (Zhejiang University

Internal/External

Zhejiang University China


Environmental conditions as a control on the sinuosity of sand wave crests, Netherlands Continental Shelf 42.15



Hulscher (AD)

Van Dijk

Damen

Internal

Modeling long-term beach-dune evolution to support the assessment of long-term effect of nourishment strategies on the dunes 35.15


Hulscher (AD)
Duarte Campos
Wijnberg

Internal/external

Supporting desirables futures through Games and simulations in the Apulia (Italy) region 24.15


Brugnach

Giordano (IRSA-CNR Italy)

Internal/external

Evaluating quality of citizens’ information using a video rating scale to observe and report rainfall intensity 18.15

Hulscher (AD)

Cortes Arevalo

Alfonso

Bogaard


Internal/external

Policy learning for climate change adaptation in a European context 12.15


Brugnach

Vinke-de Kruijf

Both possible

Modelling and simulation of a socio-hydro-system: When water flows over the sugar scape 02.15



Krol (AD)

Brugnach

Bonté (IRSTEA)

External

IRSTEA

Ranking water-performance of Dutch investors 01.15


Hoekstra

To be discussed

Wind-driven sand supply towards coastal dunes that function as natural flood defence 40.14


Wijnberg (AD)

Duarte Campos

Internal

Estimating the contribution of (non-sustainable) groundwater to the blue water footprint of crops 38.14


Hoekstra (AD)

Hogeboom

Internal

Estimation of vegetation structure and height in the upper Bengawan Solo catchment 35.14


Booij (AD)

Rustanto

Internal/external

Application and validation of pedo-transfer functions in the upper Bengawan Solo catchment 34.14


Booij (AD)

Rustanto

Internal/external

The water-energy nexus of interdependence: water foot-print in upstream petroleum production 27.14


Hoekstra (AD)

Karim

Internal


Analysis of water governance modes in the Netherlands 15.14



Brugnach

Knüppe (University of Osnabrück)

External

University of Osnabrück

Water footprint of aquaponics systems 10.13




Hoekstra (AD)

Pahlow

Stout (the Aquaponics Association)

Internal/external

Reducing water footprint within regions with unsustainably high water use 09.13

Hoekstra (AD)

Pande (TU Delft)

External