Prof. Dr. Julian Klaus

Professor for Hydrology

Research Areas

Catchment hydrology
Hydrological process research
Hydrological modeling
Isotope hydrology
Ecohydrology
Regional focus: Eifel/Ardennes, Southwest German Steppes, USA (Northwest, Southeast), Canada (Rocky Mountains)

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Prof. Dr. Julian Klaus

3.009

Meckenheimer Allee 172

53115 Bonn

Mailing address:

Meckenheimer Allee 166

53115 Bonn

+49 228 73-2107

Teaching

An overview of current and past courses can be found under teaching.

Office hours are held on Wednesdays from 8:30-10am. Please register in advance by mail during the semester break. During the lecture period, please sign the list at the entrance to Hydrology. (Meckenheimer Allee 172; 3rd floor on the left under the stairs).


CV

  • 2018: Autoristation à Diriger des Recherches, University of Luxembourg.
  • 2011: Promotion Hydrologie, Technische Universität München
  • 2006: Diplom Hydrologie mit Nebenfächern Meteorologie, Bodenkunde, Physik und Chemie, Universität Freiburg
  • 2013-2021: Senior Scientist, Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology
  • 2012-2013: Postdoc, University of Saskatchewan, Kanada
  • 2011-2012: Postdoc, Oregon State University, USA
  • Associate Editor Ecohydrology (Wiley)  since 2018
  • EGU Officer for the Organisation of Outstanding Student Presentations in the Hydrological Science Division (2015-2018)
  • Peer Reviewer for about 20 journals in water and environmental science and geography
  • Peer Reviewer for the Germa
  • Reviewer for the German Research Foundation, the Austrian Science Fund and the National Environmental Research Council, UK
  • Conference/session organizer for EGU, AGU, CGU and the Gordon Research conferences

Projects/third party funding

Hydro-Laws: Landscape Drivers of Water Sources and Flowpaths in Subtropical Catchment

Laufzeit:

from 2023

Leitung:

Prof. Dr. Julian Klaus

Mittelgeber:

Argelander Funding for doctoral students from the Global South


ROODY: Root dynamics under varying water and nutrient supply

Laufzeit:

2019-2021

Leitung:

PI Dr. Stan Schymanski (LIST)

Co-PI Prof. Dr. Julian Klaus

Mittelgeber:

Luxembourg National Research Fund


EFFECT: Vegetation effects on catchment travel times: Integration of ecohydrological separation in the Storage Selection (SAS) function framework

Laufzeit:

2019 - 2022

Leitung:

Prof. Dr. Julian Klaus

Mittelgeber:

Luxembourg National Research Fund


Awards

Malcom G. Anderson Award

Jahr:

2021

Preis für:

Outstanding Paper of the Year in Hydrological Processes


Luxembourg National Research Fund Award

Jahr:

2020

Preis für:

Outstanding Scientific Publication

Water Resources Research Editor’s Choice Award

Jahr:

2019

Preis für:

Rodriguez, N.B., Klaus, J. (2019): Catchment travel times from composite StorAge Selection functions representing the superposition of streamflow generation processes. Water Resources Research, 55, 9292-9314.


Water Resources Research Editor’s Choice Award

Jahr:

2018

Preis für:

Klaus, J., Jackson, C.R. (2018): Interflow Is Not Binary: a Continuous Shallow Perched Layer Does Not Imply Continuous Connectivity. Water Resources Research, 54, 3988–4008.



Publications

Peer-reviewed Publications

A list of peer-reviewed ISI ranked articles can be downloaded here.

An overview of all publications can be found on Google Scholar.

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