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Water

Coordinators:
Arnold Heemink (TUD), Henk Schuttelaars (TUD), Arris Tijsseling (TU/e), Gerard van Willigenburg (WUR).

Research:

With respect to water, research is essential for everyone all across the world. Water research goes further than just water. It improves our safety, our access to clean drinking water and the protection of our ecosystem.

Mathematics is used to test dynamic models and see if the data that is measured in the field can be reproduced. Ultimately these models are able to predict results in the real world. 

Data assimilation is used to improve our safety by using models of our water ways.
Transport of salt is traced to see if salt penetrates areas with fresh water. This means that our clean drinking water can be contaminated with salt water. Fitting models to this transport of salt in water could help us keep the water clean.
In addition, making models of tracing other sediments will give us more insight into the influence of sediments on our ecosystem. More sediments in water means less light under water and therefore less growth of animals and plants. This can influence the food supply in our ecosystem.

Workshops:
Physics of Estuaries and Coastal Seas Conference (PECS), from October 9-14, 2016 in Scheveningen, The Netherlands.
For a report:  click here

The Water Team of 4TU Applied Mathematics Institute (AMI) held a Workshop "Water and Math" on May 26, 2014. For program click here

Water

Coordinators:
Arnold Heemink (TUD), Henk Schuttelaars (TUD), Arris Tijsseling (TU/e), Gerard van Willigenburg (WUR).

Research:

With respect to water, research is essential for everyone all across the world. Water research goes further than just water. It improves our safety, our access to clean drinking water and the protection of our ecosystem.

Mathematics is used to test dynamic models and see if the data that is measured in the field can be reproduced. Ultimately these models are able to predict results in the real world. 

Data assimilation is used to improve our safety by using models of our water ways.
Transport of salt is traced to see if salt penetrates areas with fresh water. This means that our clean drinking water can be contaminated with salt water. Fitting models to this transport of salt in water could help us keep the water clean.
In addition, making models of tracing other sediments will give us more insight into the influence of sediments on our ecosystem. More sediments in water means less light under water and therefore less growth of animals and plants. This can influence the food supply in our ecosystem.

Workshops:
Physics of Estuaries and Coastal Seas Conference (PECS), from October 9-14, 2016 in Scheveningen, The Netherlands.
For a report:  click here

The Water Team of 4TU Applied Mathematics Institute (AMI) held a Workshop "Water and Math" on May 26, 2014. For program click here

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Water

Coordinators:
Arnold Heemink (TUD), Henk Schuttelaars (TUD), Arris Tijsseling (TU/e), Gerard van Willigenburg (WUR).

Research:

With respect to water, research is essential for everyone all across the world. Water research goes further than just water. It improves our safety, our access to clean drinking water and the protection of our ecosystem.

Mathematics is used to test dynamic models and see if the data that is measured in the field can be reproduced. Ultimately these models are able to predict results in the real world. 

Data assimilation is used to improve our safety by using models of our water ways.
Transport of salt is traced to see if salt penetrates areas with fresh water. This means that our clean drinking water can be contaminated with salt water. Fitting models to this transport of salt in water could help us keep the water clean.
In addition, making models of tracing other sediments will give us more insight into the influence of sediments on our ecosystem. More sediments in water means less light under water and therefore less growth of animals and plants. This can influence the food supply in our ecosystem.

Workshops:
Physics of Estuaries and Coastal Seas Conference (PECS), from October 9-14, 2016 in Scheveningen, The Netherlands.
For a report:  click here

The Water Team of 4TU Applied Mathematics Institute (AMI) held a Workshop "Water and Math" on May 26, 2014. For program click here

Water

Coordinators:
Arnold Heemink (TUD), Henk Schuttelaars (TUD), Arris Tijsseling (TU/e), Gerard van Willigenburg (WUR).

Research:

With respect to water, research is essential for everyone all across the world. Water research goes further than just water. It improves our safety, our access to clean drinking water and the protection of our ecosystem.

Mathematics is used to test dynamic models and see if the data that is measured in the field can be reproduced. Ultimately these models are able to predict results in the real world. 

Data assimilation is used to improve our safety by using models of our water ways.
Transport of salt is traced to see if salt penetrates areas with fresh water. This means that our clean drinking water can be contaminated with salt water. Fitting models to this transport of salt in water could help us keep the water clean.
In addition, making models of tracing other sediments will give us more insight into the influence of sediments on our ecosystem. More sediments in water means less light under water and therefore less growth of animals and plants. This can influence the food supply in our ecosystem.

Workshops:
Physics of Estuaries and Coastal Seas Conference (PECS), from October 9-14, 2016 in Scheveningen, The Netherlands.
For a report:  click here

The Water Team of 4TU Applied Mathematics Institute (AMI) held a Workshop "Water and Math" on May 26, 2014. For program click here