Meet Christian Tøttrup, a senior project manager at DHI GRAS, who is responsible for a number of projects within DHI GRAS.
Below, he shares how a week sometimes looks for him.
Day 1: Travelling to Hamborg for meetings on the GlobWetland Africa (GW-A) project, with the rest of the partners in the consortium, to review the GW-A products and plan for the next couple of months. GW-A is a large Earth Observation application project.
Day 2: Continuing meetings in Hamborg on GW-A with the consortium and planning for the upcoming 13th Meeting of the Conference of the Contracting Parties to the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands COP13, taking place in Dubai in October this year.
Day 3: Travelling to Lomé in Togo
Day 4&5: Attending a workshop on the ECOWAS regional water observatory in Lomé. As project lead on EO4SD Water, Christian on behalf of DHI GRAS contributed to the inception workshop on the ECOWAS regional water observatory with a presentation on how Earth Observation can help with monitoring and evaluating on Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) across the countries and transboundary basins of ECOWAS.