In my opinion, research benefits from education and vice versa. The topic of my research helps me to motivate students in their course work and theses. At the same time, teaching the topic of my research requires me to keep up to date on the latest news in te field and students' questions provide a new viewpoint. I really enjoy seeing students' motivation and eagerness to learn, in particular in individual assignments.

I coordinate and teach two courses for the Environmental Systems Analysis group. The course Introduction to Global Change will introduce students to the topic of global environmental change. It is an interdisciplinary course, bringing together insights and approaches from different natural and social sciences. The course should be used by students as a frame of reference in future studies. In the course Introduction to Environmental Systems Analysis we focus on analytical tools to assess climate change impacts and adaptation and apply these tools to a climate change impacts problem. I also provide lectures in the courses Modelling Future Water Stress and Chemical and Biological Resource Quality in Circular Economies.

I supervise MSc and BSc students in their thesis. I prefer to supervise students on topics related to my projects and research field in general. Potential students can have a look at the possible thesis topics. In case you are interested in a thesis in the field of water, climate and health, please do not hesitate to get in touch to discuss opportunities. In many cases we can come up with a topic that fits my work and your interests.