Teaching & Theses


The main focus of teaching in Hydrology RG is physical geography, especially hydrology. The teaching aims to prepare students for their professional life both in terms of content and with a contribution in quantitative methodological training. A special focus is on basic principles and current research topics.
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Overview of courses

Julian Klaus


B 11 - Einführung in die Umweltdatenanalyse (german)


M1 - Wissenschaftstheorie (german)

M1 - Einführung in der Studienrichtung - physische Geographie (german)

M6 - Climate and Hydrological Extremes: Floods, Droughts, Storms and Heat (on basis)

Julian Klaus


B 11- Hydrological processes in urban landscapes

B10 - Toskana

B10 - Rheinknie - Tri-border area Germany, France, Switzerland I

B10 - Rheinknie - Tri-border area Germany, France, Switzerland II


M2 - Environmental Isotopes in Physical Geography

Julian Klaus


B 11- Introduction to environmental data analysis (german)

B10 - Luxembourg I

B10- Luxembourg II


M1 - Theory of Science (german)

M1 - Introduction to the field of study - physical geography (german)

Bachelor- and Master Theses

Both bachelor and master theses can be supervised by Julian Klaus. The focus for the topics should be in hydrology.

A list of possible thesis topics is available upon request.


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Prof. Dr. Julian Klaus

Office hours Wednesdays 8:30 - 10 am. (Semester break: by mail, lecture season: list at the office entrance)


Meckenheimer Allee 172

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