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von links nach rechts: Prof. J. Pinto, L. Quandt, P. Ludwig, J. Mömken, B. Buldmann und N. Laube (es fehlen F. Kelemen und H. Lentink).

Team
Name Titel Tel. E-Mail
Prof. Dr. +49 721 608 28467 joaquim pintoXfs7∂kit edu
  benjamin buldmannUof2∂kit edu
Dr. fanni kelemenAhq1∂kit edu
  natalie laubeWbb5∂kit edu
Dr. hilke lentinkIsu4∂kit edu
Dr. patrick ludwigBwl4∂kit edu
  julia moemkenIvr9∂kit edu
Dr. lisa-ann quandtGtv1∂kit edu

External Staff members:

BSc Evgenia Artemenko, Univ. Cologne: MSc student working on decadal predictability of wine production. Co-supervised by Dr. Mark Reyers

Dipl-Met Christoph Gatzen, Univ. Cologne, Meteomedia: final year PhD student working on the climatology and dynamics of derechos in Germany. Co-supervised by Prof. Andreas Fink

Dr. Helder J. C. Fraga, CITAB Vila Real: Post-Doc working on the modelling of grapevines and olive trees productivity in Portugal under climate change, including climate change projections and adaptation measures. Co-supervised by Prof. Joao A. Santos

BSc Luca Mathias, Univ. Cologne: MSc student working on derecho case studies. Co-supervised by Dr. Patrick Ludwig

MSc Matthew D. K. Priestley, Univ. Reading: second year PhD student working on storm clustering affecting Europe. Co-supervised by Dr. Helen Dacre and Prof. Len Shaffrey

MSc David Schubert, Univ. Cologne: final year PhD student working on dynamical and statistical-dynamical downscaling with applications for Southeast Asia/Vietnam. Project: EWATEC-COAST, Co-supervised by Prof. Andreas Fink and Prof. Klaus Maßmeyer

MSc Larisa S. Seregina, Univ. Cologne: final year PhD student working on statistical-dynamical downscaling and extreme value statistics with applications for East Africa. Project: GlobE:WETLANDS, Co-supervised by Prof. Andreas Fink

Dr. Roderick van der Linden, Univ. Cologne: Post-doc working on the role of large-scale wave activity on precipitation variability over Southeast Asia/Vietnam and East Africa. Project: EWATEC-COAST and GlobE:WETLANDS, Co-supervised by Prof. Andreas Fink