Supervising and promoting PhD students is one of the central tasks of the chairgroup. Three different strategies are combined: First, the chairgroup pursues actively the acquisition of project funding for fully-funded PhD projects; second, the chairgroup explores possibilities of PhDs funded by scholarships; third, external PhD students are encouraged and recruited from alumnis.
Steven A. Forrest (2020). The Rise of Civil Society in Governing Flood Resilience, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, NL.
Lydia Cumiskey (2020). A Framework for Assessing Integration in Flood Risk Management across Governance, Policy and Practice: Applications to England and Serbia, Middlesex University, UK.
Magdalena Rauter (2020). Challenges in flood risk management: The influence of institutional settings on the vulnerability to floods, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, AT.
Erlis Saputra (2020). Land Subsidence as a Sleeping Disaster – Case studies from Indonesia, Utrecht University, NL.
Erda Rindarsh (2020). Travelling in the Indonesian Ring of Fire: Tourism development in a disaster – prone environment, Utrecht University, NL.
Eero Valtonon (2018). Promotion of local public objectives with public land development – is it effective. University of Aalto, FI
Anna Leditschke (2018). Justice for All? The Construction and Validation of ‘Justice’ in Planning, University of South Australia, AU.
Adefeme O. Adegeye (2018). Spatial Justice in South Africa, University of Pretoria, ZA.
Paul Hudson (2017). The Use of Insurance to Improve Flood Resilience, VU Amsterdam.
Barbara Tempels (2017). Flood Resilience – A Co-evolutionary Approach, Gent University.