Group

Some years ago I came up with the idea to develop the GloWPa model. And this website shows all the additional activities that came up in the mean time. I have now built up this group of PhD and MSc students who have all contributed to where we are with the modeling today. Three professors have been very important for the progress. Prof. Gertjan Medema has been involved from the start and I strongly rely on his expertise in microbiology. Prof. Rik Leemans has given me all the freedom and support to develop my own research line. Prof Carolien Kroeze has helped with her expertise in global water quality modelling. I am very fortunate to have their support.

Current PhD students

Daniel Okaali

Socio-economic and climate change impacts on rotavirus-associated disease burden in Uganda’s surface waters

Nancy Mondragon

Waterborne pathogen concentrations in rivers and consequent burden of disease in Mexico City

Past PhD students

Lucie Vermeulen

A Spatially Explicit Modelling Approach to Estimate Waterborne Pathogen Concentrations in the Surface Waters of the World

MSc students

2018 Merel van der Most A conceptual model for the pathways and effects of antibiotics and ARG in agriculture
2018 Rafika Oktivaningrum Human exposure modelling to estimate the health risk due to pesticide contamination of a community water system in Ciwalengke village, upper Citarum river basin, West Java, Indonesia
2018 Chantal Cornelissen The effect of seasonality on Cryptosporidium delivery to land
2018 Nancy Mondrágon Modelling antibiotics fate in Dutch surface water
2018 David Azoora Contribution of Onsite Sanitation to the Total Human Emissions of Rotavirus into the Environment in Uganda
2018 Daniel Nyarko The impact of climate change on number of Diarrhoea cases in Accra (Ghana)
2017 Jesse Limaheluw Estimating the disease burden due to Cryptosporidium in surface water used as drinking water for sub-Saharan Africa
2017 Dan Okaali How sanitation changes contribute to human emissions of Rotavirus and Escherichia coli to surface water in Uganda
2017 Freda Adiali Modelling the contribution of sanitation technologies on human emissions of Rotavirus to surface water in Ghana
2017 Ira Wardani Waterborne pathogen modelling and possible management scenario in Bandung, Indonesia: A case study of Citarum River
2017 Dennis de Raaij Quantitative Microbial Risk Assessment on Cryptosporidium concentrations in surface water used as drinking water
2017 Guzal Abduraupova Microbial drinking water quality improvement in the city of Tashkent
2017 Amber van der Tillaart (Swim) water quality modelling in the city of Amsterdam
2016 Christopher McKay A benefit valuation study of green infrastructure in the Strijp-S region
2016 Hannah Barnes Impacts of environmental change on Dutch recreational waters, tourism and the Blue Flag award
2016 Jorien Benders The influence of present and future livestock production on the Cryptosporidium to land
2015 Marijke van Hengel Climate effects on pathogen delivery to and survival in rivers: a global modelling approach
2014 Bregje van der Bolt Relationship between faecal coliform concentrations and hydrological variables worldwide
2012 Thao Nguyen Doan Climate change adaptation strategy on the Vietnamese Mekong Delta by giving room for water in the upstream areas
2012 Tuy van Giang Impacts of sea level rise on the ecosystem services of Agro-ecological zone in Bac Lieu city
2012 Berhanu Wondmagegn Impacts of weather variability on the Number of diagnosed Diarrheal cases in Ethiopia
2012 Eelco Verduijn A Model-beased investigation of diffuse sources that determine the global Cryptosporidium distribution
2011 Lucie Vermeulen Influence of climate variables on the concentration of Escherichia coli in the Rhine, Meuse, and Drentse Aa during 1985–2010
2010 Gabriela Alandia Robles Impact of Organic farming on Nutrients Export to Coastal Waters by South American Rivers: Past, current and Future trends