Raphael Johannes Maria Schneider

  • Øster Voldgade 10
    1350 Copenhagen K

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My primary resarch area is large-scale hydrological modelling, with a focus on (shallow) groundwater and climate change. I have in-depth expertise of model parameterization and optimization. Current efforts are geared towards a combination of physically-based models with data-driven machine learning approaches as well as remote sensing data.

I am involved in the ongoing development of the National Hydrological Model for Denmark (DK-model) as well as various other projects surrounding climate change impacts, drain, and green transition.

Curriculum vitae

Academic Employment

since 2021GEUS, Dept. of HydrologyResearcher
2018 - 2021GEUS, Dept. of HydrologyPost Doc
2014 - 2017Technical University of Denmark (DTU), Dept. of Environmental EngineeringPhD student


2014 - 2017Technical University of Denmark (DTU)PhD student. Thesis: "CryoSat-2 satellite radar altimetry for river analysis and modelling"
2017Hydrology group of the Research Institute for Geo-Hydrological protection (CNR IRPI), Perugia, ItalyResearch stay as PhD student
2011- 2013DTUM.Sc. Environmental Engineering
2007 - 2011Technische Universität München (TUM), GermanyB.Sc. Environmental Engineering


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