Atmospheric complexity – University of Copenhagen

The group uses methods from theoretical physics to describe and model atmospheric processes. The aim is to capture emergent aspects, e.g. self-organization, that originate from small scales but can impact on larger scales. We use high-resolution simulations and observational data and make simplified, conceptual, models to capture key aspects of atmospheric complexity.

Latest updates from Atmospheric complexity

Feb, 2018: Join our focused workshop at NBI on convective self-organization!

Explore aspects of convective self-organization in a focused workshop.

Cloud self-organization over the Western Pacific (NASA)

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Dec, 2017Jan receives ERC Consolidator Grant 

We are thankful for this generous grant offered by the European Commission!

European Research Council

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Students and postdocs: Please contact Jan O. Haerter if you are interested in a student project or a postdoc!