Currently, I am involved in following teaching programs:
Mountain Forest Hydrology (ETH Zurich, Msc level, 3 hrs, 1 course/year) This course presents a process-based view of the hydrology, biogeochemistry, and geomorphology of mountain streams. Students learn how to integrate process knowledge, data, and models to understand how landscapes regulate the fluxes of water, sediment, nutrients, and pollutants in streams, and to anticipate how streams will respond to changes in land use, atmospheric deposition, and climate.
Courses I have taught in the past:
PhD Summer School "Catchment Transport Processes" (ETH Zurich, 2-7 July 2017, Einsiedeln, Switzerland) Lecturer for a workshop on hydrograph separation with natural tracers, co-organizer for a 1-day field trip
Practical Training in Biogeochemistry (ETH Zurich, Bsc level, 4hrs, spring semesters 2011, 2012, 2013) Experimental methods in hydrogeology and hydrology; experiments and data collection in the lab and the field; interpretation and presentation of hydrological and chemical data; 5-10 students
Physical Practicum - Geotechnology (hydrogeological experiments) (Technical University Berlin, Bsc level, 4hrs, summer semesters 2008, 2009) Theoretical background on groundwater hydraulics; tracer experiments; protocolls with interpretation and presentation of the results; 5 groups of 6-8 students