Education

2010 - 20. February 2015

Doctoral Studies

Dr.-Ing.,Mechanical Engineering from TU Dresden, Germany : Highly-resolved numerical simulations of bed-load transport in a turbulent open-channel flow

Examiners: Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Jochen Fröhlich, Prof. Alfredo Soldati, apl. Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Michael Stintz

2006-2009

Master studies (Haupststudium)

Hydrology at the TU Dresden, Germany

Degree: Diplom Hydrologist

2003-2006

Undergraduate studies (Grundstudium)

Hydrology at the Albert Ludwigs University, Freiburg, Germany.

1993-2002

High school

Germany: Degree Abitur

Grants and Awards

2020 September

Inivited speaker at the Discussion meeting “Sediment Transport in the Ocean and Droplet Transport in Clouds”, International Centre for Theoretical Sciences Bangalor, India

Link: https://www.icts.res.in/discussion-meeting/sedim2020

2019 October

Accepted to the Emmy-Noether Programme funded by the German Research Foundation

2019 September

Inivited speaker at the symposium on Two-pHase modEling for Sediment dynamIcS (THESIS-2019)

Link: https://www.ce.udel.edu/news-events/thesis-symposium/

2019 June

Outstanding contribution in Reviewing, European Journal of Mechanics / B Fluids

2017 October

Returnee Scholarship

12 months from the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, Germany

2017 August

20th Harold Jan Schoemaker Award

Most outstanding paper published in the Journal of Hydraulic Engineering during the period 2014-2016: "Entrainment of single particles in a turbulent open-channel flow: a numerical study" J. Hydraul. Res., 2016, 54(2), 158-171

2015 February

Feodor-Lynen Scholarship

24 months from the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, Germany

2014 February

Contribution to the NIC-Symposium

John von Neumann Institute for Computing, upon invitation

2013 October

Contribution to inSiDE

innovative Supercomputing in Deutschland, upon invitation

2007 September

Conference travel grant

GFF Dresden

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