Paolo Burlando: Katalogdaten im Frühjahrssemester 2020

NameHerr Prof. Dr. Paolo Burlando
LehrgebietHydrologie und Wasserwirtschaft
Adresse
Institut für Umweltingenieurwiss.
ETH Zürich, HIF D 87.2
Laura-Hezner-Weg 7
8093 Zürich
SWITZERLAND
Telefon+41 44 633 38 12
E-Mailpaolo.burlando@ifu.baug.ethz.ch
DepartementBau, Umwelt und Geomatik
BeziehungOrdentlicher Professor

NummerTitelECTSUmfangDozierende
102-0474-00LWasserhaushalt GZ4 KP4GP. Burlando
KurzbeschreibungDie Vorlesung gibt eine Einführung in die Analyse und Bewirtschaftung von Wasserressourcen, Wasserbedarf und Wasserdargebot, Speicherbemessung, Aquatische Physik, Wassergüte und Verschmutzung, Schutz und Sanierung von Flüssen, Seen und Grundwasser, nachhaltige und integrale Wasserwirtschaft. Die Veranstaltung wird von einigen Gastvorlesungen ergänzt.
LernzielEinführung in die Wasserwirtschaft auf der Basis der relevanten physikalischen und chemischen Prozesse, Prinzip der Nachhaltigkeit.
InhaltEinleitung: Übersicht Wasserkreislauf, Begriffe, globale Wassersituation, Nachfrage-Dargebot, Rolle der Wasserwirtschaft, Nachhaltigkeit und Integrated Water Resources Management
Allgemeine Konzepte der Wasserwirtschaft
Abschätzung des Wasserbedarfs, hydrologisches Defizit
Zeitreihenanalyse und stochastische Modellierung,
Lineare stochastische Modelle, Thomas-Fiering Modell
Dürren: Definition, Identifizierung,
Quantitative Analysis, Wasserentnahme, Folgen, Abmilderung.
Flusswasserentnahme, Reservoirbemessung (Rippl, Wahrscheinlichkeit), Simulation, Reservoirzuverlässigkeit (Moran's Methode)
Aquatische Physik: Strömungen in Flüssen, Seen und Aquiferen, Zeitskalen, Tracertransport, Umwelttracer
Flussmorphologie und Infrastruktur
Flussrenaturierung: Fallstudie Alpenrhein
Wasserqualität: Schadstoffe und Auswirkungen, Grenzwerte, Wassergüteklassen, Wasserchemie, BSB-Sauerstoff Modell, Streeter Phelps Modell, Eutrophierung von Seen, Nitratproblem
Gewässerschutz und Sanierung: Flüsse, Seen, Aquifere
SkriptHandouts auf homepage
102-0488-00LWater Resources Management3 KP2GP. Burlando
KurzbeschreibungModern engineering approach to problems of sustainable water resources, planning and management of water allocation requires the understanding of modelling techniques that allow to account for comprehensive water uses (thereby including ecological needs) and stakeholders needs, long-term analysis and optimization. The course presents the most relevant approaches to address these problems.
LernzielThe course provides the essential knowledge and tools of water resources planning and management. Core of the course are the concepts of data analysis, simulation, optimization and reliability assessment in relation to water projects and sustainable water resources management.
InhaltThe course is organized in four parts.
Part 1 is a general introduction to the purposes and aims of sustainable water resources management, problem understanding and tools identification.
Part 2 recalls Time Series Analysis and Linear Stochastic Models. An introduction to Nonlinear Time Series Analysis and related techniques will then be made in order to broaden the vision of how determinism and stochasticity might sign hydrological and geophysical variables.
Part 3 deals with the optimal allocation of water resources and introduces to several tools traditionally used in WRM, such as linear and dynamic programming. Special attention will be devoted to optimization (deterministic and stochastic) and compared to simulation techniques as design methods for allocation of water resources in complex and competitive systems, with focus on sustainability and stakeholders needs.
Part 4 will introduce to basic indexes used in economical and reliability analyses, and will focus on multicriteria analysis methods as a tool to assess the reliability of water systems in relation to design alternatives.
SkriptA copy of the lecture handouts will be available on the webpage of the course. Complementary documentation in the form of scientific and technical articles, as well as excerpts from books will be also made available.
LiteraturA number of book chapters and paper articles will be listed and suggested to read. They will also be part of discussion during the oral examination.
Voraussetzungen / BesonderesSuggested relevant courses: Hydrologie I (or a similar content course) and Wasserhaushalt (Teil "Wasserwirtschaft", 4. Sem. UmweltIng., or a similar content course) for those students not belonging to Environmental Engineering.
118-0111-00LSustainability and Water Resources Belegung eingeschränkt - Details anzeigen
Number of participants limited to 16.

Suitable for MSc and PhD students.
Automatic admittance is given to students of MAS Sustainable Water Resources. All other registrations accepted until capacity is reached.
3 KP2GD. Molnar, P. Burlando
KurzbeschreibungThe block course on Sustainability and Water Resources features invited experts from a range of disciplines, who present their experiences working with sustainability issues related to water resources. The students are exposed to many different perspectives, and learn how to critically evaluate sustainability issues with respect to water resources management.
LernzielThe course provides the students with background information on sustainability in relation to water resources within an international and multidisciplinary framework. The lectures challenge the students to consider sustainability and the importance of water availability and water scarcity in a changing world, at the same time preparing them to face the challenges of the future, e.g. climate and land use change, increased water use and population growth.
InhaltThe course offers the students the opportunity to learn about sustainability and water resources in a multi-disciplinary fashion, with a focus on case studies from around the world. Selected topics include: Sustainability Issues in Water Resources, the EU Water Framework Directive, Mining in Latin America, Environmental Flows, and Water Quality Issues. Group exercises, which encourage debate and discussion, are an important component of the course. For more information, please visit http://www.mas-swr.ethz.ch/curriculum/courses/core-courses/sustainability-and-water-resources.html
Voraussetzungen / BesonderesFor further information, contact the MAS coordinator, Darcy Molnar (darcy.molnar@ifu.baug.ethz.ch)
118-0113-00LWater Governance: Challenges and Solutions Belegung eingeschränkt - Details anzeigen
Number of participants is limited to 16.

Suitable for MSc and PhD Students. Automatic admittance is given to students of the MAS in Sustainable Water Resources. All other registrations are accepted until capacity is reached.
1 KP2GP. Burlando, D. Molnar
KurzbeschreibungThe block course on "Water Governance: Challenges and Solutions" features invited experts with backgrounds in international relations, law, politics, and diplomacy. Through theoretical input and case studies, students learn about the realities of water conflicts and the intricacies of cooperation and diplomacy.
LernzielThe course provides students with insights into the complex realities of addressing water conflicts with sustainable solutions that promote cooperation.
InhaltThe course offers students the opportunity to learn from experts who have worked on domestic and transboundary river basin issues, both in Europe and internationally. Through case studies and group exercises, students gain a deeper understanding of the complexities of water governance and current global challenges. Topics that will be addressed include stakeholder involvement, institutional legal frameworks, and solutions for cooperation.
Voraussetzungen / BesonderesCourse details at:https://mas-swr.ethz.ch/curriculum/courses/core-courses/water-governance-challenges-solutions.html

For further information, contact the MAS coordinator, Darcy Molnar (darcy.molnar@ifu.baug.ethz.ch)