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Lotte Muller is a PhD researcher in the department of Water and Climate Risk of the Institute for Environmental Studies (IVM) at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (VU). She obtained a bachelor of Liberal Arts and Sciences where she focussed on economics and sociology alongside mathematics and statistics. She wrote a bachelor thesis about Schelling’s segregation model. Lotte completed her masters with a thesis about personal bankruptcy in the Netherlands using CBS data. After this, Lotte followed courses from the Mathematics master at Utrecht university while working as a Junior lecturer at Utrecht university.
Currently, Lotte’s research explores human-water interactions during droughts in the Rijnland area in the Netherlands. This will entail integrating human behaviour into hydrological modelling with the aim to improve information provision and water management during droughts. This research will contribute to European project, I-CISK, which aims to develop next-generation climate services that follow a social and behaviourally informed approach.
2019: MSc Multidisciplinary Economics (Research Master), Utrecht University, the Netherlands.
2016: BSc Liberal Arts and Sciences, Utrecht University College, the Netherlands.
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