Dimitrios Bouziotas is a researcher in the fields of Urban Water Systems & Hydroinformatics, working as part of the Resilience Management & Governance team. His scientific background lies in Hydraulic Engineering and Water Management (MEng NTUA/MSc TU Delft), with experience in both applied research (NTUA/Greece, Deltares/the Netherlands, GIZ/Vietnam, JRC/Italy) and engineering consultancy (Hydroexigiantiki/Greece). The focal points of his work are in water system modelling, optimisation and quantitative risk analysis, especially when the integration of socio-climatic drivers is taken into account. He also has a keen interest in research related to data-driven modelling, hydroclimatic stochastics and socio-hydrology. Through his participation in the TRUST and HELIX EU-FP7 projects, Dimitrios has actively collaborated in the development of integrated, water-oriented decision-support tools in different contexts such as hydropower, urban water management and large-scale flood risk assessment. At KWR, Dimitrios carries out research on the design and assessment of resilient water systems, with a participation in the ongoing H2020 projects. His long-term goal is to provide a valuable contribution closely tied to the fields of hydroinformatics and socio-technical water modelling.