People

Dr Johanna Koehler

Postdoctoral Research Fellow

School of Geography and the Environment, Smith School for Enterprise and the Environment

Dr Johanna Koehler’s research examines the interplay of water risks and institutional change in terms of political and institutional transformations in the water sector as well as new market-based water service delivery models emerging across sub-Saharan Africa. Her research interests include political, economic and cultural geography with a focus on the drivers and processes of institutional change in the water sector.

E: johanna.koehler@ouce.ox.ac.uk
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Dr Elco Koks

Global Infrastructure Network Analyst

Environmental Change Institute, School of Geography and the Environment

Elco Koks is a post-doctoral researcher at the Environmental Change Institute. His research focusses on global infrastructure networks, disaster impact analysis and risk analysis. He holds a PhD in Disaster Impact Modelling and an MSc in Spatial Economics, from the Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam.

E: elco.koks@ouce.ox.ac.uk
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Armin Krupp

DPhil Researcher

Mathematical Institute

Armin works on developing models to understand and optimize the behaviour of water filters. He works alongside our industrial partner Peter Levison from the filtration company Pall Corporation, and is co-supervised by Colin Please. Armin spends some time in Portsmouth and New York where two of the Pall Corporation research centres are based.

E: krupp@maths.ox.ac.uk
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Nicola Kuhn

DPhil Researcher

School of Geography and the Environment

Nicola is a DPhil student looking at vegetation response to climate change in different ecosystems in South Africa. Part of this work looks at potential plant traits that will enable plants to cope more efficiently with water stress.

E: nicola.kuhn@ouce.ox.ac.uk

Dr Catharina Landström

Senior Researcher

School of Geography and the Environment

Catharina is interested in knowledge about water and in controversies arising when water becomes a matter of public concern. She has done previous research on flooding and is currently working in the MaRIUS project on drought and water scarcity. Drawing on Science and Technology Studies (STS) she is tracing different expert knowledges about drought and mapping controversies associated with water scarcity.

E: catharina.landstrom@ouce.ox.ac.uk