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. 

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Jan 10th, 2018

Marielle successfully defended her M.Sc. thesis, congratulations and all the best for the future!

Thesis title: Tracking Convective Cold Pools - A study of cloud interactions   

   

   

   

   


Dec 10th, 2018

Marielle will hand in her MSc thesis on Dec 18th, and her thesis defense will be on Jan 10th, 10 a.m. in Auditorium D.

Thesis title: Tracking Convective Cold Pools - A study of cloud interactions                       

                    

       

     

   


Nov 1st, 2018

Enrico Maria Fenoaltea start a MSc project on human decision making under complex circumstances, using the example system chess.

Big welcome! Enrico Maria Fenoaltea

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Sept 1st, 2018

Christian starts a MSc project in Atmospheric Complexity.

Welcome to the team! 

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

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