Our PhD student Jonas Löb talked about his PhD topic "Interne Wellen – Monsterwellen in der Tiefsee" in a pub in Bremen at event series SCIENCE GOES PUBLIC.
Our PI Sergey Danilov and Postdoc Anton Kutsenko published a new paper in the "Journal of Computational Physics" titled: "On the geometric origin of spurious waves in finite-volume discretizations of shallow water equations on triangular meshes".
Our Postdoc Anton Kutsenko published a new paper in the journal "Applied Mathematics and Computation" titled: "Matrix representations of multidimensional integral and ergodic operators".
The EGU has named the 49 recipients of next year’s Union Medals and Awards, Division Medals and Division Outstanding Early Career Scientist Awards. Our PI Valerio Lucarini is amongst them!
Together with Springer Nature we organized a book presentation of our TRR book "Energy transfers in Atmosphere and Ocean" as part of the Springer-Buchreihe "Mathematics of Planet Earth" at the Campus Weekend of the Frankfurt Book Fair, the biggest Book Fair in the World.
Our Postdoc Janna Köhler published a new paper together with our PIs Jin-Song von Storch and Monika Rhein as well as members Maren Walter and Christian Mertens in the "Journal of Geophysical Research Oceans" titled: "Energy Flux Observations in an Internal Tide Beam in the Eastern North Atlantic".
We held our annual retreat at Hotel Waldschlösschen from September 16 to 19. It started on Monday with a one day workshop for the PIs on “Gender awareness in personnel selection” that was held by Jun.-Prof. Brooke Gazdag (LMU Munich).
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Our Postdoc Stephan Juricke from Jacobs University attended as our Outreach delegate the Science Fair at Maritime Festival Week in Bremen. The Maritime Festival Week presented on the Weser promenade on September 21 and 22 large parts of the research landscape of Bremen and Bremerhaven.
Our Postdoc Nikolay Koldunov and our PIs Thomas JUng and Sergey Danilov contributed to a new paper in the "Geophysical Research Letters" titled: "Ocean heat transport into the Barents Sea: Distinct controls on the upward trend and interannual variability".