Institut für Meteorologie und Klimaforschung
Philipp Zschenderlein, M.Sc.

Philipp Zschenderlein, M.Sc.

  • Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT)
    Institut für Meteorologie und Klimaforschung
    Wolfgang-Gaede-Str. 1
    76131 Karlsruhe


Lagrangian Dynamics of European heat waves. Dissertation.
Zschenderlein, P.
2020, August 3. Karlsruhe. doi:10.5445/IR/1000121997
Dynamics of concurrent and sequential Central European and Scandinavian heatwaves.
Spensberger, C.; Madonna, E.; Boettcher, M.; Grams, C. M.; Papritz, L.; Quinting, J. F.; Röthlisberger, M.; Sprenger, M.; Zschenderlein, P.
2020. Quarterly journal of the Royal Meteorological Society. doi:10.1002/qj.3822
A Lagrangian analysis of upper-tropospheric anticyclones associated with heat waves in Europe.
Zschenderlein, P.; Pfahl, S.; Wernli, H.; Fink, A. H.
2020. Weather and Climate Dynamics, 1 (1), 191–206. doi:10.5194/wcd-1-191-2020
Application of an object-based verification method to ensemble forecasts of 10‑m wind gusts during winter storms.
Zschenderlein, P.; Pardowitz, T.; Ulbrich, U.
2019. Meteorologische Zeitschrift, 28 (3), 203–213. doi:10.1127/metz/2019/0880
Processes determining heat waves across different European climates.
Zschenderlein, P.; Fink, A. H.; Pfahl, S.; Wernli, H.
2019. Quarterly journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, 145 (724), 2973–2989. doi:10.1002/qj.3599
Possible mechanisms behind the long-range transport of giant mineral dust particles.
van der Does, M.; Knippertz, P.; Zschenderlein, P.; Harrison, G.; Stuut, J.-B.
2018. International Conference on Aeolian Research (ICAR X 2018), Bordeaux, Frankreich, 25.–29. Juni 2018
The mysterious long-range transport of giant mineral dust particles.
Does, M. van der; Knippertz, P.; Zschenderlein, P.; Giles Harrison, R.; Stuut, J.-B. W.
2018. Science advances, 4 (12), Art. Nr.: eaau2768. doi:10.1126/sciadv.aau2768
Large-scale Rossby wave and synoptic-scale dynamic analyses of the unusually late 2016 heatwave over Europe.
Zschenderlein, P.; Fragkoulidis, G.; Fink, A. H.; Wirth, V.
2018. Weather, 73 (9), 275–283. doi:10.1002/wea.3278