My PhD project is an industry-academia collaboration between the University of East Anglia and Anglian Water facilitated by the Anglian Centre for Water Studies. In this work, I aim to improve our understanding of how climate change affects the extreme droughts of the future and how these droughts can put water resources at risk, thereby supporting Anglian Water’s efforts to plan for drought resilience and adaptation to climate change.
During my studies at Ghent University (Belgium), where I obtained my MSc in Bioscience Engineering: Land and Water management, I developed a passion for programming and modelling, later followed by a soft spot for data visualization. Following my PhD, I would like to continue to further develop these skills and apply them to the critically important topic of water management, or more broadly to climate change adaptation and mitigation.
Please do not hesitate to contact me at N.Reyniers@uea.ac.uk for more information.
Nele’s project on the Anglian Centre for Water Studies website (thanks to Gabriella Everett)