Dhr. Prof. dr. P.J. Stuyfzand

KWR Watercycle Research Institute Dhr. Prof. dr. P.J. Stuyfzand


Pieter Stuyfzand studied hydrogeology at VU University Amsterdam (cum laude 1978) and obtained his PhD with work on the hydrogeochemistry and hydrology of the Dutch coastal dune area. Pieter is professor with a chair in (chemical) hydrogeology, first (2004-2015) at VU University Amsterdam, and since September 2015 at TU Delft (1d/week). He is 4d/week employed at KWR Watercycle Research Institute in Nieuwegein, where connecting scientific work at TU Delft to applied research at KWR.


The focus is on MAR, coastal aquifer systems, hydrogeochemical aspects of water supply (well clogging, use of brackish groundwater, natural attenuation, vulnerability), and forensic hydrology.

Current MAR topics include the effects of intake stops, the behavior of emerging pollutants such as arsenic, pharmaca and radionuclides during aquifer passage, and ASR application in difficult, reactive or brackish aquifers (SW-Netherlands, Abu Dabhi and S.Korea).

Topics of forensic hydrology encompass detection of the origin, age distribution and hydrogeochemical processes in groundwater.

For more information see: http://www.citg.tudelft.nl/PStuijfzand



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