Daniel Bittner


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M.Sc. Daniel Bittner

Dienstort

Lehrstuhl für Hydrologie und Flussgebietsmanagement (Prof. Disse)

Work:
Augustenstr. 44_46(2903)/II
80333 München

  • Tel.: +49 (89) 289 - 23219
  • Raum: 2903.02.207
  • daniel.bittner(at)tum.de

Curriculum Vitae

Date and place of birth: 10.11.1987, Neustadt bei Coburg

Education

2013 - 2016Masterstudium Geosciences an der Universität Trier
Master´s thesis: Numerical modeling of coupled surface and ground water flow for the Middle Elbe, Germany
2010 - 2014Bachelor of Science in Applied Physical Geography at University of Trier, Germany
Bachelor´s thesis: Evaluierung der Bodenhydrologischen Kartieranleitung der DWA AG HW 1.3

Professional Career

01/2016 - 10/2016
Research fellow at the German Federal Institute of Hydrology (BfG)
Hydrogeological consultation of the Federal Railway Authority (EBA), quantitative data analysis,
extreme value statistics, modeling of ground water flow and transport processes
07/2015 - 12/2015
Guest student at the German Federal Institute of Hydrology (BfG)
Construction of a numerical model to couple the ground water and the surface water flow for the
Middle Elbe on regional scale
01/2014 - 12/2015
Geoscientist at the Grundbaulabor Trier
Project management of different construction projects in Luxembourg, geophysical field experiments,
sedimentological and soil mechanical laboratory experiments, geotechnical assessment of subsoil
properties
09/2013 - 10/2013
DLR (German Aerospace Center), Munich (Germany)
Member of the Helmholtz Association of German Research Centres Quantitative and statistical
analysis of remote sensing data, temporal calibration of World – View II sensors
02/2013 - 03/2013
BfW (Federal Research Centre for Forest, Landscape & Natural Hazards), Innsbruck (Austria)
Quantitative analysis of hydrological and meteorological data affected by high mountain dynamics,
numerical modeling of hydrodynamical processes, soil physical laboratory experiments
seit 2013
Member in DWA (German Association for Water, Wastewater and Waste) HW 1.3 working group
Construction of a hydropedological model to map and assess run-off processes based on soil
physical, chemical and topographic parameters
07/2012 - 10/2012
ESPE (Escuela Politécnica del Ejército), Quito (Ecuador)
Geological, geochemical and geographical field work as part of an international geothermics project,
quantitative analysis of chemical data, geochemical field work in carstic caves in the Amazonian
lowland (Tena & Puyo), contribution in volcanic hazard related meetings with governmental and non –
governmental organizations