Naamdr. S Paparrizos

OmschrijvingAssistant Professor Water & Climate Information Services
OrganisatieDepartement Omgevingswetenschappen
OrganisatieeenheidWater Systems and Global Change
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    mei 2019 - Nu


I am a hydro-climatologist working in the field of Water & Climate Information Services (WCIS) for society and co-developing research-based, tailor-made information services with and for end-users. The main question that drives me, is:

“How can we leverage the potential of hydroclimatic information and knowledge sharing platforms and combine them with local knowledge to support adaptive decision-making for sustainable agriculture and efficient water management?”

To answer that question, I am working towards combining data-driven and user-driven approaches for tailored water and climate information services by:

(1) further understanding of the integration of local knowledge in the provision of hydroclimatic information;

(2) understanding the role of co-production and co-creation within the design and delivery of the WCIS as well as the role of capacity building within those processes;

(3) understanding the mechanisms that provide actionable knowledge to support adaptive decision-making.


- For more info on the projects that I am working on, see the Projects subpage

- For more personal information, visit:


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  Spyros Paparrizos op ResearchGate
  Spyros Paparrizos op Google Scholar Citations

Onderzoeker ID's


WATERAPPscale - upscaling and implementing WaterApps information services in Bangladesh, building on the WaterApp's knowledge base to increase the resilience of smallholder farmers (2021 - 2023) -


WAGRINNOVA - Co-innovations across scales to enhance sustainable intensification in water-managed agricultural systems in West Africa (2019 - 2022) -


RECSA - Climate Smart Agriculture for a resilient Bangladesh; promoting farmer-friendly Weather, Water and Climate Information Services to forecast plant diseases; engaging females in Information Services to enhance access and information (2020 - 2024) -


WaterApps - Water information services for sustainable food production in peri-urban delta areas in Ghana and Bangladesh (2016 - 2021) -


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