Below is a list of past and current projects achieved by students. My roles have been very diverse, depending on the projects (e.g. some technical supports, advises, supervisor, or simply external evaluator) and are detailed in italics:
Inter-comparison of active and passive satellite aerosol observations over biomass burning cases: application to CALIOP and MODIS missions, Bsc project from Gijs van Ouwerkerk, Applied Earth Sciences – Honours Programme, TU Delft, started in July 2017 (daily supervisor).
Monitoring North Sea water quality using Sentinel-3A OLCI data products, Msc thesis from Eva Stierman, Geoscience & Remote Sensing, TU Delft, December 2017 (2nd supervisor – Focus on validation of atmospheric correction in Sentinel-3A OLCI products):
- Coordinated by Deltares (Dr. Marieke Eleveld – daily supervisor), Rijkswaterstraat (Anneleen Oyen) & GRS – TU Delft (Dr. Roderik Lindenbergh – Daily supervisor, Prof. Dr. Pieternel Levelt – Graduation professor, Dr. Pepijn Veefkind – Supervisor, Julien Chimot – Supervisor 2)
Decadal rainfall variability in Sudan associated with Atlantic Multidecadal Oscillation and other climate phenomena, Bsc project from Lars van Galen, Esther Peerlings, Nadine Pricilia & Robin Stoffer, Course – Design of Climate Change Mitigations and Adaptations Strategies, Wageningen university, Coordinators Dr. Ir. Timmo Gaasbeek & Dr. Ronald Hutjes, June 2017. (Technical assistance in implementing artificial neural network predictors)
3D modelling of a foreland fold and thrust basin in the French sub-Alpine chains, Tom Sassen, Bachelor thesis Applied Earth Sciences TU Delft, Daily supervisor Dr. J.C. (Jan Kees) Blom, 2016 (External evaluator)
Evaluation of hydrological models for correcting GRACE data for estimating the glacial isostatic adjustment rate, Jesse T. Arens, Bachelor thesis Applied Earth Sciences TU Delft, Daily supervisor Dr. Karen Simon, 2016 (External evaluator)