Our newsletter comes out every three months and includes information about the work done in our project and more.
Our PI Valerio Lucarini contributed to a new paper in the "Journal of Climate" titled: "The forced response of the El Niño–Southern Oscillation-Indian monsoon teleconnection in ensembles of Earth System Models".
Our Postdocs Stephan Juricke, Nikolay Koldunov as well as our M3 PIs Sergey Danilov and Marcel Oliver published a new paper in the "Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems" titled: "Ocean kinetic energy backscatter parametrization on unstructured grids: Impact on global eddy‐permitting simulations".
In November 2019, the TRR 181 and the Cluster of Excellence CLICCS were proud to host Prof. Londa Schiebinger (Stanford University), the leading expert on gender and science, in Hamburg. One of the first results: No, we do not have a gender dimension in research, but does that mean we cannot think about it?
Our Postdoc Stephan Juricke published to a new paper in the "Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society" titled: "Flow‐dependent stochastic coupling for climate models with high ocean‐to‐atmosphere resolution ratio".
Our PhD Evridiki Chrysagi contributed to a new paper in the journal "Frontiers of Marine Science" titled: "Lagrangian Residence Time in the Bay of Gdańsk, Baltic Sea".
Our Postdoc Ryan North contributed to a new paper in the "Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans" titled: "Mesoscale Eddies Observed at the Denmark Strait Sill".
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".