Publications and Presentations

Find a great amount of the resources listed below as full-texts via my ResearchGate profile.

Theses

  1. Philipp, A.: Novel Analytical Hydrodynamic Modeling for Evaluating and Optimizing Alluvial Recharge: Principles, Model Approaches and Their Application for Water Resources Assessment in an Arid Region. Dissertation, Dresden University of Technology, submitted to the Faculty of Environmental Sciences 03/13/2013, defended 07/17/2013. >>link
  2. Philipp, A.: Untersuchung des Einflusses morphologischer Gebietscharakteristika auf die Niederschlags-Abfluss-Prozesse. Diploma Thesis, Dresden University of Technology, 2005.

Contributions in Peer Reviewed Journals and Proceedings

  1. Philipp, A., F. Kerl, C. Metzkes, T. Singer, M. Wagner, N. Schütze and U. Müller: Small-scale (flash) flood early warning in the light of operational requirements: Opportunities and limits with regard to user demands, driving data, and hydrologic modeling techniques. PIAHS, Volume 373, 2016. >>link
  2. Kerl, F., A. Philipp, C. Metzkes, T. Singer, M. Wagner, N. Schütze and U. Müller: Kleinräumige Hochwasserfrühwarnung im Lichte operationeller Anforderungen: Chancen und Grenzen bezüglich Nutzeransprüchen, Antriebsdaten sowie hydrologischer Modellansätze. Forum für Hydrologie und Wasserbewirtschaftung, Volume 37.16, 2016. >>link
  3. Müller, U., A. Philipp and R. Härta: Das neue Hochwasserinformations- und -managementsystem in Sachsen. Forum für Hydrologie und Wasserbewirtschaftung, Volume 37.16, 2016. >>link
  4. Philipp, A., F. Kerl and U. Müller: Ansprüche potentieller Nutzer an ein Hochwasserfrühwarnsystem für Sachsen. Hydrologie und Wasserbewirtschaftung, Volume 59, Issue 1, 2015. >>link
  5. Philipp, A. and J. Grundmann: Integrated Modeling System for Flash Flood Routing in Ephemeral Rivers under the Influence of Groundwater Recharge Dams. Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, Volume 139, Issue 12, 2013. >>link
  6. Philipp, A., Th. Wöhling and R. Liedl: Analytical Model of Surface Flow on Hillslopes Based on the Zero-Inertia Equations. Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, Volume 138, Issue 5, 2012. >>link
  7. Philipp, A., G. H. Schmitz and R. Liedl: Analytical Model of Surge Flow in Nonprismatic Permeable Channels and Its Application in Arid Regions. Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, Volume 136, Issue 5, 2010. >>link
  8. Cullmann, J., T. Krauße and A. Philipp: Communicating Flood Forecast Uncertainty under Operational Circumstances. Journal of Flood Risk Management, Volume 2, Issue 4, 2009. >>link
  9. Schmitz, G., J. Cullmann, A. Philipp, T. Krauße and F. Lennartz: Nutzung künstlicher neuronaler Netze zur Bereitstellung von Entscheidungsgrundlagen für operative und planerische wasserwirtschaftliche Maßnahmen. Hydrologie und Wasserbewirtschaftung, Volume 52, Issue 4, 2008. >>link
  10. Cullmann, J., T. Krauße and A. Philipp: Enhancing Flood Forecasting with the Help of Processed Based Calibration. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Parts A/B/C, Volume 33, Issues 17-18, 2008. >>link
  11. Philipp, A., G. Schmitz, J. Cullmann and T. Krauße: Hochwasservorhersage für schnell reagierende Einzugsgebiete unter Einbeziehung quantitativer Niederschlagsvorhersagen sowie unsicheren hydrologischen Vorbedingungen. In: Forum für Hydrologie 23/2008: Hochwasser, Wassermangel, Gewässerverschmutzung: Problemlösung mit modernen hydrologischen Methoden. Beiträge zum Tag der Hydrologie 2008, Hannover, Germany. >>link
  12. Philipp, A., G. Schmitz, T. Krauße, J. Cullman and N. Schütze: Flash Flood Forecasting Combining Meteorological Ensemble Forecasts and Uncertainty of Initial Hydrological Conditions. Australian Journal of Water Resources, Volume 12, Issue 3, 2008. >>link
  13. Philipp, A., G. Schmitz, T. Krauße, J. Cullman and N. Schütze: Flash Flood Forecasting Combining Meteorological Ensemble Forecasts and Uncertainty of Initial Hydrological Conditions. Proceedings of the Water Down Under Conference. Adelaide, Australia, 2008.
  14. Cullmann, J., R. Peters and A. Philipp: Flood Forecasting in Fast Responding Catchments. Proceedings of the Dresden Competence-Centre for Water Resources. Dresden, Germany, 2007. >>link

Talks at Conferences and Workshops (Selection)

  1. Philipp, A., F. Kerl, C. Metzkes, T. Singer, M. Wagner and N. Schütze: Vergleichende Bewertung unterschiedlicher Modellansätze mit Blick auf die Ableitung von Hochwasserfrühwarnungen für kleine Einzugsgebiete. Held at BfG Kolloquium “Statistische Methoden in der hydrologischen Vorhersagepraxis und deren Nutzen”, Koblenz, Germany, September 13, 2017. >>link
  2. Philipp, A., F. Kerl, C. Metzkes, T. Singer, M. Wagner, N. Schütze and U. Müller: Small-scale (flash) flood early warning in the light of operational requirements: Opportunities and limits with regard to user demands, driving data, and hydrologic modeling techniques. Held at the 7th International Water Resources Management Conference of ICWRS/IAHS, Bochum, Germany, May 18, 2016. >>link
  3. Kerl, F., A. Philipp, C. Metzkes, T. Singer, M. Wagner, N. Schütze and U. Müller: Kleinräumige Hochwasserfrühwarnung im Lichte operationeller Anforderungen: Chancen und Grenzen bezüglich Nutzeransprüchen, Antriebsdaten sowie hydrologischer Modellansätze. Held at Tag der Hydrologie, Koblenz, Germany, March 17, 2016.
  4. Philipp, A. and U. Büttner: Kalypso als Framework für die Hochwasservorhersage in Sachsen. Held at KalypsoDAY, Hamburg, Germany, June 25, 2014.
  5. Philipp, A. and P. Walther: Hochwasservorhersage für die Lausitzer Neiße – aktueller Stand und Perspektiven. Held at the ICPO (International Commission for the Protection of the Odra River against Pollution) Workshop on Flood Protection in the Odra Basin, Wroclaw, Poland, December 11, 2013. >>link
  6. Philipp, A. and J. Grundmann: Infiltration During Wadi Runoff—A Modeling Tool for Improving Groundwater Recharge Assessment. Held at ICWRER Water and Environmental Dynamics Conference, Koblenz, Germany, June 6, 2013. >>link
  7. Philipp, A. and A. Gerner: How to Assess Groundwater Recharge in North-Eastern Oman. Held at the third IWAS Oman Workshop, Muscat, Oman, May 1, 2011. >>link
  8. Philipp, A., G. Schmitz and R. Liedl: Analytical Zero-Inertia Modelling for the Robust Portrayal of Rainfall Runoff Processes. Held at Water 2010, Québec City, Canada, July 6, 2010. >>link
  9. Philipp, A., G. Schmitz, J. Cullmann and T. Krauße: Flood Forecasting for Fast Responding Catchments Combining Meteorological Ensemble Forecasts and Uncertainty of Initial Hydrological Conditions. Held at Water Down Under Conference, Adelaide, Australia, April 15, 2008. >>link
  10. Philipp, A., G. Schmitz, J. Cullmann and T. Krauße: Hochwasservorhersage für schnell reagierende Einzugsgebiete unter Einbeziehung von Ensembles quantitativer Niederschlagsvorhersagen sowie unsicheren hydrologischen Vorbedingungen. Held at Tag der Hydrologie Conference, Hannover, Germany, March 28, 2008. >>link

Posters at Conferences and Workshops

  1. Metzkes, C., T. Singer, M. Wagner, A. Philipp, F. Kerl and N. Schütze: Flood early warning in small catchments: A comparative study of data-driven approaches. EGU General Assembly, Vienna, Austria, 2017. >>link
  2. Grundmann, J. and A. Philipp: Artificial groundwater recharge in ephemeral river systems—a modelling system for assessment and prognosis. EGU General Assembly, Vienna, Austria, 2013. >>link
  3. Philipp, A., J. Grundmann and M. Walther: Flow Routing in Ephemeral Arid Rivers under the Influence of Transmission Losses and Groundwater Recharge Dams. HydroArid 2012, Hannover, Germany, 2012. >>link
  4. Philipp, A., G. Schmitz and R. Liedl: An Analytical Model of Surge Flow in Non-Prismatic Permeable Channels and Its Application in Arid Regions. Tag der Hydrologie, Kiel, Germany, 2009. >>link
  5. Krauße, T., G. Schmitz, J. Cullmann, J. Grundmann and A. Philipp: Towards an ANN-based Uncertainty Processor for Online Flash Flood Forecasting. 4th International Symposium on Flood Defence, Toronto, Canada, 2008. >>link
  6. Schmitz, G., J. Cullmann, W. Görner, A. Philipp and R. Peters: Efficient and User-Friendly Flash Flood Forecasting with Uncertainty for Fast Responding Catchments. European Symposium on Flood Risk Management, Dresden, Germany, 2007. >>link
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