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Dr. Fanni Dóra Kelemen

Phone: +49 721 608-22805
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AG: Regional Climate and Weather Hazards



Research Interests

  • Extreme precipitation events and floods in Europe and their decadal variability  (20C)
  • Regional climate modelling of present and future climate (CCLM)
  • Extratropical and Mediterranean cyclones, cyclone tracking

 

Curriculum Vitae

  • 2017- present  PostDoc, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
  • 2014-2017 Research Associate, University of Cologne, Germany
  • 2016 PhD defence, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest
  • 2011-2014 PhD Student, PhD School in Earth Sciences, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest
  • 2009-2011 MSc in Meteorology, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary
  • 2006-2009 BSc in Earth Sciences, major in Meteorology, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary

 

Links

Research gate: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Fanni_Kelemen

 

Publications

Peer-Reviewed Journals

Mathias, L., Ermert, V., Kelemen, F.D., Ludwig, P., Pinto, J.G., 2017: Synoptic analysis and hindcast of an intense bow echo above Western Europe: The Pentecost storm 2014. Weather Forecasting, doi:10.1175/WAF-D-16-0192.1 link

Flaounas, E., Kelemen, F.D., Wernli, H., Gaertner, M.A., Reale, M., Sanchez-Gomez,E., Lionello, P.,  Calmanti,S., Podrascanin, Z., Somot, S., Akhtar, N., Romera, R., Conte, D., 2016: Assessment of an ensemble of ocean-atmosphere coupled and uncoupled regional climate models to reproduce Mediterranean cyclones climatology. Climate Dynamics, doi:10.1007/s00382-016-3398-7 link

Pieczka, I., Pongrácz, R., Szabóné André, K., Kelemen, F. D.,  Bartholy, J., 2016: Sensitivity analysis of different parameterization schemes using RegCM4.3 for the Carpathian region. Theoretical and Applied Climatology, doi:10.1007/s00704-016-1941-4 link

Kelemen, F. D., Ludwig, P., Reyers, M., Ulbrich, S., Pinto, J. G., 2016: Evaluation of moisture sources of the Central European summer flood of May / June 2013 based on regional climate model simulations. TellusA, 68., doi:10.3402/tellusa.v68.29288 link

Kelemen, F.D., Bartholy, J., Pongrácz, R., 2015: Multivariable cyclone analysis in the Mediterranean region. Időjárás Quarterly Journal of the Hungarian Meteorological Service, 119(2), 159–184. link

 

Doctoral Thesis

Kelemen, F.D., 2016. Dynamical analyses and sensitivity studies of regional climate model results. PhD thesis. Supervisors: Dr. Judit Bartholy (Eötvös Loránd University), Dr. István Faragó (Eötvös Loránd University), Consultants: Dr. Joaquim G. Pinto (University of Cologne), Dr. Rita Pongrácz(Eötvös Loránd University), 113p.

 

Master Thesis

Kelemen, F.D., 2011. The modelling of the temporal development of natural carbon-dioxide flux and vegetation by SURFEX. MSc thesis. Supervisor: Kullmann, L. (Hungarian Meteorological Service), Consultant: Barcza, Z. (Eötvös Loránd University), 70p.

 

Bachelor Thesis

Kelemen, F.D., 2009. Computer modelling of long term changes in the athmospheric carbon-dioxide quantity. BSc thesis. Supervisor: Havasi, Á., 37p.

 

Book Chapter

Práger, T., Kelemen, F.D. (2013): Handling of Some Classes of Inverse Problems Part A: Adjoint Methods and their Application in Earth Sciences. In: Faragó,I., Havasi, Á., Zlatev, Z. (eds.): Advanced Numerical Methods for Complex Environmental Models: Needs and Availability. Bentham e-Books, pp. 203-265, doi:10.2174/9781608057788113010011

 

Conference Papers

Pieczka, I., Bartholy, J., Pongrácz, R., André, K., Kis, A., Kelemen, F.D., 2015: Regional climate modeling study for the Carpathian region using RegCM4 experiments. In: Serban, G., Croitoru, A., Holobaca, I., Batinas, R., Horváth, Cs., Tudose, T. (Eds.) Air and Water Components of the Environment., Cluj-Napoca: Presa Universitara Clujeana, 2015., pp. 96-101.

Bartholy, J., Pongrácz, R., Pieczka, I., Kelemen, F.D., Kis, A., André, K., 2015: Regional climate model experiment using RegCM subgridding options in the framework of Med-CORDEX. 95th Annual Meeting of the American Meteorological Society/27th Conference on Climate variability and change. Phoenix, USA, 2015, AMS Paper 591., pp. 6

Pieczka, I., Bartholy, J., Pongrácz, R., Kelemen, F.D., Kis, A., André, K., 2014: Regional climate model assessments for the Carpathian Basin (in Hungarian; Regionális klímamodell-becslések a Kárpát-medencére). In: Pongrácz, R., Mészáros, R., Kis, A., Leelőssy, Á., Sábitz, J. (eds.) Légköri folyamatok előrejelzésének módszerei és alkalmazásai. Egyetemi Meteorológiai Füzetek 25. (Methods and applications of atmospheric processes. University Meteorological Booklet 25.) Budapest, ELTE Meteorology Department, 2014, pp. 96-101. ISBN:978-963-284-538-8

Kelemen, F.D., Bartholy, J., Pongrácz, R. 2013: Validation of a regional climate model with the use of objective cyclone identification (in Hungarian; Regionális klímamodell validációja objektív ciklon elemzés felhasználásával). In: Pajtókné Tari I., Tóth, A.(eds.): Változó Föld, változó társadalom, változó ismeretszerzés - A megújuló erőforrások szerepe a regionális fejlesztésben. (Changing Earth, changing society, changing information transport - The role of reneweble energy sources in regional developement) Eszterházy Károly Főiskola Földrajz Tanszék és Agria-Innorégió Tudáscentrum, Eger, 2013, pp. 49-54.  ISBN:978-615-5297-11-3

Kelemen, F.D., Práger, T., 2013: Climatological-dynamical analysis of Mediterranean cyclones (in Hungarian: A Mediterrán ciklonok klimatológiai-dinamikai vizsgálata.) In: Mesterházy, B.(ed.), 12th International Conference on Applications of Natural, Technological and Economic Sciences: Presentations. University of West Hungary, Szombathely, 2013, 8p.  ISBN:9-639290-69-6

Kelemen, F.D., Práger, T., 2013. Precipitation Conditions in the Carpathian Basin Related to Mediterranean Cyclones. In: Neményi, M., Varga, L., Facskó, F., Lőrincz, I. (Eds.) Science for Sustainability International Scentific Conference for PhD Students, Proceedings, University of West Hungary Győr, March 19-20, 2013, pp. 129-135. ISBN:978 963 334 103 2

Kelemen, F.D.,Práger, T. 2012. Understanding the atmosphere through adjoint hydro-thermodynamical equations. In: Proceedings, The Atmosphere as risk and resource (Eds.: Mika, J. et al.) CD-ROM Eger, Hungary, 23.11.2012.