Tag Archives: Water Resources Engineering MSc

Field trip

Study visits have always been my favorite part in the courses. The ability to connect between the theory part and what really happens in the real world, thus comprehend better what you study. Also it is nice to get out of class of course ;). Last year, during the urban water course we had the chance of two field trips, … Continue reading

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Warm Hearts

Last Friday, we had our farewell dinner as everyone is leaving for the summer break. One year ago, I remember in the registration day when we all first met. The mixed feelings we all had, the excitement about the new experience and the fear of the unknown. With everyone in this picture I share a dear memory to my heart. … Continue reading

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How much water in 1kg of beef?

Over recent years you might have come across a typical colourful and intriguing infographic that highlights the concept of a water footprint. You might have been shocked to a single value of 400 litres for a cotton t-shirt or a staggering 15 000 litres for a kilogram of beef. Little that I know when I first saw an infographic like … Continue reading

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A Beach visit in Winter

A Swedish beach visit in December might not sound attractive to many students, especially on a Saturday morning. But a chance to see a new Swedish coastal town, good weather and the promise of a barbecue, inspired most of my class to pile on the layers of clothing for a day on the beach. The field trip was part of an elective … Continue reading

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Getting into the field

We all sometimes get a bit tired of theory, equation derivations and lengthy technical presentations. So the opportunity to get into the field for some practical work always provides some sense of excitement to an engineering class. Several presentations, group discussions and planning sessions finally led up to 2 full days of practical fieldwork in the Skåne countryside. This group project … Continue reading

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The Olympics of Water

World Water Week held annually in Stockholm was aptly described as the ‘Olympics of Water’, comprising of hundreds of sessions and thousands of participants. My first time attendance at World Water Week was truly memorable and would undoubtedly have some level of influence on my future research- and career choices. Consisting of multiple sessions, seminars, high-level panel discussions, technical presentations … Continue reading

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A South African in Sweden

During the last few days of my European summer backpacking adventure, I mentioned to a friend that I was looking forward on heading home. Bemused he asked me if I’m going to South Africa. My instantaneous reaction to respond with the word ‘No’, coincided with a quick moment slight disbelief to my own answer. What series of incredible events transpired … Continue reading

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