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Georgia Destouni

Georgia Destouni, engineering educator. Senior Research fellowship, Swedish Natural Science Research Council, 1992-1998, Linnaeus grant, Swedish Research Councils VR and Formas, since 2006.

Background

  • Destouni, Georgia Daughter of Elias Destounis and Athina Destouni.

  • Education

    • Master of Science, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, 1987. Doctor of Philosophy, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, 1991.

    Career

    • Senior research scientist Swedish Natural Science Research Council, Stockholm, 1992—1998. Visiting scientist University Florida, Gainesville, 1994. Associate professor engineering hydrology Royal Institute of Technology, 1998—1999, professor engineering hydrology, 1999—2005.

      Professor hydrology, hydrogeology and water resources Stockholm University, since 2005. Associate editor Hydrogeology Journal, since 2008, Hydrology Journal, since 2008.

    Works

    • Contributor articles to numerous journals.

    Membership

    With integrated water management Swedish Water Authority Water Management District Northern Baltic Proper, since 2007. Chair National Swedish Committee United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization’s Science Programmes IHP and International Olympic Committee, 2004—2007. Member Crafoord Award Committee, since 2006.

    Member of Swedish Society Civil and Structural Engineers, International Association Hydrological Sciences, European Geophysical Society Union, American Geophysical Union, Royal Swedish Academy Engineering Sciences (life), Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences (life).

    Connections

    • Life partner Vladimir Cvetkovic. Children: Andreas Cvetkovic Destounis, Sofia Cvetkovic Destouni, Maria Cvetkovic Destouni.
    • father: Elias Destounis
    • mother: Athina Destouni
    • children: Andreas Cvetkovic Destounis Destouni
    • Sofia Cvetkovic Destouni
    • Maria Cvetkovic Destouni
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    • 1987
      Royal Institute of Technology
    • 1991
      Royal Institute of Technology
    • 1992 - 1998
      Senior, research scientist Swedish Natural Science Research Council
      Stockholm, Stockholms Lan, Sweden
    • 1994
      visiting scientist, University Florida
      Gainesville, Georgia, United States
    • 2005
      professor, hydrology