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Carmen Jandrisevits studied Geomatics at the Graz University of Technology and Erdwissenschaften (Earth sciences) with specialization in Engineering Geology at the Graz University of Technology/University of Graz.
Her areas of interest include geology, hydro(geo)logy, geodesy,geotechnics and geoinformatics.
Between 2010 and 2011 she served as a university assistant at the Institute of Engineering Geodesy and Measurement Systems the Graz University of Technology.
She is currently doing her PhD in Applied Geoinformatics within the field of applications of geology and hydro(geo)logy.
Research Cluster: Representation and Data Models
PhD Thesis Topic:
3D modeling and simulation of sediment structures in overdeepened alpine basins and implications for hydro (geo) logical modeling
Overdeepened alpine valleys are characterized by complex sedimentary sequences. To obtain quantitative information about distribution of sediment types 3D modeling is essential. Modeling of such complex sedimentary sequences is challenging, mostly because of the sparse sampling and concurrent, highly unpredictable lateral extensions of associated sedimentary units. In this study stochastic simulation approaches, i.e. Sequential Indicator Simulation and Multiple Point Geostatistics will be used to simulate multiple equiprobable realizations of the three -dimensional distribution of sedimentary units. The different spatial subsurface realizations of the three -dimensional distribution of sedimentary units. The different spatial subsurface realizations are then used as input into groundwater flow models. A hydrogeologic response simulation will be performed for each realization. The results will then be compared to assess the uncertainty of the different realizations.
Research Areas: 3D geological and hydrogeological modeling, geostatistics