Our PI Jens Rademacher contributed to a new paper published in the "Journal of Nonlinear Science" titled: "Unfolding Symmetric Bogdanov–Takens Bifurcations for Front Dynamics in a Reaction–Diffusion System".
Our PI Christian Franzke contributed to a new paper published in the "Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society" titled: "Energetically consistent scale‐adaptive stochastic and deterministic energy backscatter schemes for an atmospheric model".
Our postdoc Stephan Juricke contributed to a new paper published in the journal "Geoscientific Model Development" titled: "Progress towards a probabilistic Earth system model: examining the impact of stochasticity in the atmosphere and land component of EC-Earth v3.2".
We are very happy that our Postdoc Melinda Galfi has been awarded the 2019 Turcotte award for best PhD dissertation in the area of nonlinear geophysics by the American Geophysical Union.
From July 8th to July 17th the 27th International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics (IUGG) General Assembly with approximately 5000 participants was held in the Palais des Congrès in Montréal, Quebec, Canada. Two of our Postdocs and one PhD attended the conference.
Our speaker Carsten Eden published a new paper together with our PI Dirk Olbers in the "Journal of Physical Oceanography" titled: "Gravity wave emission by shear instability".
Our Postdoc Valerio Lembo published a new paper together with our PI Valerio Lucarini in the "Geophysical Research Letters" titled: "Spectral Decomposition and Extremes of Atmospheric Meridional Energy Transport in the Northern Hemisphere Midlatitudes".
Our Postdoc Nikolay Koldunov and our PIs Sergey Danilov and Thomas Jung contributed to a new paper in the Journal "Geoscientific Model Development" titled: "Sensitivity of deep ocean biases to horizontal resolution in prototype CMIP6 simulations with AWI-CM1.0".
The Universität Hamburg celebrates its 100th anniversary in 2019. Instead of a “Nacht des Wissens” they organized a “Sommer des Wissens” on the town hall square. During the four-day event, we participated with a game as well as a presentation about how climate models work.
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