Peter Bauer-Gottwein

Peter Bauer-Gottwein

Professor

DTU ENVIRONMENT
Department of Environmental Engineering

Technical University of Denmark

Bygningstorvet

Building 115, room 254

2800 Kgs. Lyngby

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Fax +45 45 93 28 50
E-mail pbau@env.dtu.dk
ORCID 0000-0002-9861-4240

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2019
05 DEC

PhD from DTU Environment wins Young Researchers Award

Dean Philip J. Binning hosted the celebration of 156 new PhD graduates from DTU on Friday, 22 November. During the afternoon, he awarded prizes for the PhD Dissertation of the Year, the PhD Supervisor of the Year, and five Young Researchers Awards. And one of the five winners of DTU Young Researcher Award was DTU Environment's Sheng Wang...

Drone over dansk vandløb: Filippo Bandini and Christian Koeppl
01 OCT

Newly developed Danish technology put to the test in China

A Danish-Chinese collaboration on river monitoring that will enable the issuing of flood warnings and other incident alerts is based on new Danish technology.

Waste water and water discharge
15 MAY

EOForChina Kick-Off

The EOForChina project had a successful Kick-Off meeting on May 9/10 2019 at DTU Environment.

2017
09 OCT

Drone offers new possibilities for climate proofing of watercourses

In future, watercourse measurements will be carried out by drones. Drones will give more precise information for monitoring watercourses and thus better climate proofing. Innovation Fund Denmark has invested DKK 7,955,000 (EUR 1 million) in the project.

Earth sciences Mapping and surveying
2016
Toktogul reservoir in Kyrgyzstan after a multi-annual drought
11 NOV

Peter Bauer-Gottwein new professor in hydrology and water resources

Please join us for the lecture and reception to celebrate the appointment of Peter Bauer-Gottwein as professor within hydrology and water resources. Title of the inaugural lecture: Observing, Predicting and Managing Water at Regional Scales. 15.00-16.00 Lecture 16.00 Reception The lecture and reception will take place December 14, 2016...

2015
18 MAY

New smart drone can protect against flooding

The prototype for a small unmanned craft with unique properties is currently being completed. Together with the company Sky-Watch, researchers from DTU Space and DTU Environment are developing a new smart drone that can help gather knowledge about water levels and water flows, for example, thereby creating a comprehensive overview of how...

Earth sciences Climate change Mapping and surveying Environment and pollution