Category Archives: early-career scientists

A short course on Hydrological Forecasting: interview with Marie-Amélie Boucher and Jan Verkade

Contributed by Maria-Helena Ramos (Irstea) and Shaun Harrigan (CEH) This year Hepex is joining the Young Hydrologic Society (YHS) to offer a short course on hydrological forecasting during the EGU General Assembly in Vienna. Shaun Harrigan (CEH), representative of the … Continue reading

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Young Hydrologic Society: A Network For Early Career Hydrologists

Contributed by Tim van Emmerik (Delft University of Technology), Lieke Melsen (Wageningen University & Research Centre) and Wouter Berghuijs (University of Bristol) During the 2012 European Geosciences Union (EGU) General Assembly in Vienna, several hydrology students observed that there was … Continue reading

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Introducing… Gemma Coxon

For the second ‘Introducing…’ blog post I invited Gemma Coxon to introduce herself and her work to the HEPEX community. Gemma is an early-career researcher at Bristol University. Liz: Hello! Can you introduce yourself in a couple of sentences? Gemma: Hi, my name … Continue reading

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Introducing… Fernando Mainardi Fan

For the first ‘Introducing…’ blog post I invited Fernando Mainardi Fan to introduce himself and his work to the HEPEX community. I first met Fernando after the fantastic talk and poster he presented at EGU this year, and I’m pleased … Continue reading

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HEPEX and early-career scientists

We hope that HEPEX continues to grow, and for that to happen we obviously need to ensure that early career scientists are encouraged to join and become active members of the HEPEX community. Being part of a community has benefits to the early-career scientist; … Continue reading

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