Vincent Post is a hydrogeologist specialised in coastal groundwater systems and the development and application of reactive transport models. He obtained his PhD degree in 2004 and has worked as an assistant professor in hydrogeology at the VU University in Amsterdam. Between July 2010 and December 2015 he worked as a lecturer/senior lecturer at Flinders, and he is presently a research associate at the Federal Institute of Geosciences and Natural Resources (BGR) in Hannover, Germany. He remains affiliated with Flinders University as an Adjunct Senior lecturer.
While my main teaching interests are in the area of groundwater hydrology, I hold a broader interest in geoscience and environmental sciences in general. I am particularly interested in developing learning strategies that integrate on-line and classroom teaching, and in field-based student learning.
I am am actively engaged in the scientific community of coastal hydrogeological research. I have been on the scientific commitee of the Salt Water Intrusion Meetings (SWIMs) and I work with international colleagues to make the outcomes of our research more visible and available to the general public (http://www.swim-site.nl).
I am the principal developper of PHREEQC for Windows, a widely-used graphical user interface for the geochemical code PHREEQC, and a leading developper of the reactive transport code PHT3D and of FloPy, a Python-based library for working with MODFLOW-based models.