Gabriele Chiogna

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Prof. Dr. Gabriele Chiogna

Technische Universität München

Lehrstuhl für Hydrologie und Flussgebietsmanagement (Prof. Disse)


Arcisstr. 21
80333 München

  • Tel.: +49 (89) 289 - 23225
  • Fax: fax +49 (89) 289 - 23221
  • Raum: 2903.02.205
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Geburtsdatum und -ort: 23.Oktober 1983, Trento (Italien)

Familienstand: verheiratet


2007 – 2011
Ph.D. Degree in Geology, University of Tuebingen, Germany
Thesis: „Transverse mixing of conservative and reactive tracers in porous media‟
10/2010 – 12/2010 Visiting PhD student at Stanford University, USA
2007 – 2009 Master Degree in Applied Environmental Geosciences, University of Tübingen
Thesis: „The Relevance of Compound Dependent Dispersion Coefficients for Modeling of Mixing-Controlled Reactive Transport‟
2005 – 2007 Italian-German Double degree program in Physics, University of Tübingen, Germany and University of Trento, Italy
Thesis: „The Derivative Riemann Problem in Special Relativistic Hydrodynamics‟
2002 – 2005 Bachelor’s degree in Physics, University of Trento, Italy
Thesis: „Electric characterization of BJT silicon radiation detectors‟
2002 High School Diploma


since 04/2017 Italian habilitation in Sector 08/A1 Hydraulics, hydrology and hydraulic constructions
since 10/2016 Professor of Sustainable Resources Management – University of Innsbruck, Austria
since 2015 Post-Doctoral Fellow / Group Leader at the Faculty of Civil, Geo and Environmental Engineering, Technical University of Munich, Germany
Topic: water quality and solute transport at the catchment scale.
since 2012 Board member of the Academic spin-off of the University of Trento Smart Hydrogelogical Solutions s.r.l, Italy
4/2013 - 1/2015 Post-Doctoral Fellow at the Center for Applied Geoscience, University of Tuebingen, Germany
Topic: Three dimensional modelling of reactive solute transport in porous media
3/2011-3/2013 Post-Doctoral Fellow at the department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Trento, Italy
Topic: Experimental Characterization of Alpine Catchments