CNDS Fellows

CNDS has a wide network of national and international researchers, practitioners, policymakers, and stakeholders who together work in collaboration to better understand the current challenges due to natural hazards and climate change.  

CNDS has a strong and thriving research training programme with 25 active early career scientists (postdocs and PhD candidates) and since 2010 over 30 PhD students have successfully completed their doctoral studies.

♦  Researchers A-M      ♦   Researchers N-Ö    
♦  Current PhD students      ♦  Completed PhD   
♦  International collaborators 

Researchers A-M

Researchers N-Ö

Current PhD students

Completed PhD

International collaborators

CNDS collaborates with many international scientists in natural hazards and disaster science. The collaboration includes joint publications of interdisciplinary research articles, co-supervision of PhD students, and guest lectures for the CNDS summer school. 

  • AghaKouchak, Amir, Hydrology and Water Resources, UC Irvine, USA
  • Bamutaze, Yazhidi,  Geoinformatics and Climatic Sciences, Makerere University, Uganda
  • Cloke, Hannah, Hydrology, Reading University, UK
  • Horwell, Claire, Geohealth, Durham University, UK
  • Scolobig, Anna, Social vulnerability and Resilience to extreme weather events, Geneve University, Switzerland
  • Tian, Fuqiang, Hydrological Forecasting, Tsinghua University, China
  • Ward, Philip, Global Water and Climate Risk, VU Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Last modified: 2022-06-13