Researchers: the promovendi

 

Derek van Berkel
VU University Amsterdam
Tools for understanding and discussing future development options: Mapping, modelling and visualizing European rural dynamics.
If most people are not willing to see the difficulty [of valuation], this is mainly because, consciously or unconsciously, they assume that it will be they who will settle these questions for the others, and because they are convinced of their own capacity to do this. - (Friedrich August von Hayek)

  Tessa Eikelboom
VU University Amsterdam
The development of interactive spatial tools supports planning and decision making. (factsheet)
The research questions is what spatial support tools are best suited for which tasks in the development of regional adaptation strategies 
  Monique de Groot
DHV
Visualisation of information on climate change
A picture is worth a thousand words
  Trond Grytli Husby
VU University Amsterdam
Disaster-economist in the making with a well above-average interest in rowing
Macroeconomic modelling of flood risk
  Chris Jacobs
VU University Amsterdam

Christian Kehl
Delft University of Technology
Christian Kehl is a PhD candidate at the Computer Graphics and Visualisation Group. Here, he works on the visualization of flooding scenarios, funded by the KfC research project, WP4 in Theme 8. In 2012, he obtained his M.Eng. degree in Multimedia Engineering from the University of Applied Science Wismar, his final thesis being on conformal multi-material mesh generation of medical volumes. His current research interest includes real-time graphics, 3D Computational Geometry and geospatial 3D visualization.   
    More information: http://graphics.tudelft.nl/People/ChristianKehl

  Jason Levin Koopman
VU University Amsterdam
Economic modelling and assessment of the impacts of climate change and adaptation strategies on freshwater resources
  Thomas van der Pol
Wageningen UR
Optimal timing, cost benefit analysis and adaptation strategies (factsheet). 
The research question is how can optimal timing of adaptation measures be determined in a setting of decision making under uncertainty and what are the implications for developing an adaptation strategy for climate change at the regional level?