Staff and organisation news
Last January, IVM moved to its new premises: the spacious and sustainable NU building. Due to the lockdown we have been able to enjoy it for just two months, but since June we are allowed to enter it again (with limited numbers). We hope to be able soon to receive our guests here as well.
Our new address is: De Boelelaan 1111, 1081 HV, Amsterdam.
Over the past months, IVM welcomed several new staff members:
Anne van Loon is the new Associate Professor in Drought Risk within WCR. Her research deals with hydrological processes and their interaction with human activities, especially in relation to drought management and changes in water use and vulnerability;
Raisa Cole is a new PhD researcher in the Environmental Policy Analysis team. She will be working on issues of climate change adaptation governance in African cities;
Dániel Petrovics joined the Environmental Policy Analysis section as a new junior researcher.
Caterina Marinetti started as the project manager of the Newave project where she monitors and coordinates the project.
Job Rosier joined the Environmental Geography group as a PhD candidate. His research focuses on classifying differences within human settlements using remote sensed data and machine learning;
Sean Goodwin is the new junior researcher within the Environmental Geography group;
Roos Haasnoot started as a junior lecturer and will assist with different courses of IVM’s bachelor and master programmes.