Kay Seufferheld works as a PhD student in the Water and Soil Resources working group. In the DYLAMUST project, he collaborates with the University of Tübingen to create a hybrid erosion model which aims to model and examine changes in sediment transport due to land use changes using a combination of classical conceptual modeling, artificial intelligence and machine learning.
- Since 09/2023: Working as a PhD student in the University of Augsburg
- 2023: Master thesis: "Testing the effects of different input data on a soil redistribution model in Scheyern, Bavaria"
- 2022 - 2023: Student assistant, Water and Soil Resources, University of Augsburg
- 2021 - 2023: Master of Science „Climate and Environmental Sciences“ („Klima- und Umweltwissenschaften“), University of Augsburg
- 2021: Bachelor thesis: "Auswirkungen unterschiedlicher Konzentrationen von Hydrogelen in sandigem Boden auf das Maiswachstum (Zea mays convar. saccharata) unter verschiedenen Trockenszenarien"
- 2021: Student assistant, Environmental and Soil Chemistry, University of Koblenz/ Landau
- 2019 - 2020: Student assistant at Julius- Kühn- Institut (JKI) Siebeldingen
- 2018 - 2021: Bachelor of science „Environmental Sciences“ („Umweltwissenschaften“), University of Koblenz/ Landau (Now: RPTU Kaiserslautern-Landau)
- 2014: State examination, Nursing
- Sediment transport modeling (Model: WaTEM/ SEDEM)
- Changes in landscape structures and pattern
- Artificial intelligence and machine learning
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