Dipl. sc. nat. (ETH) Dominik Renggli

Dominik Renggli
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Freie Universität Berlin - Institut für Meteorologie

Adresse Carl-Heinrich-Becker-Weg 6-10
12165 Berlin
E-Mail dominik.renggli@met.fu-berlin.de

currently at Swiss Reinsurance Company Ltd., Zürich, Schweiz

Lebenslauf

seit 06/2007

Doktorand IfM, FU Berlin

05/2006-10/2006

Diplomarbeit IAS, University of Leeds

2001 - 2006

Studium Umweltnaturwissenschaften ETH Zürich, Schwerpunkt Atmosphärenphysik

 

Arbeits- und Interessen-Schwerpunkte

  • Vorhersagbarkeit von Sturmrisiken

  • Extremwetter

  • Tropische Wirbelstürme

  • Risikoanalysen

  • Naturkatastrophen und Klimawandel

Leckebusch, G. C.; Renggli, D. and Ulbrich, U., 2008: Development and application of an objective storm severity measure for the Northeast Atlantic region. Meteorol. Z., 17, 575-587.

Renggli, D.; Leckebusch, G. C. and Ulbrich, U., 2008: Intraseasonal evolution of the number of wind storm events in the multi-model DEMETER data base. Geophysical Research Abstracts, 10, EGU2008-A-03358.

 

Poster / Vorträge

Renggli, D.; Leckebusch, G. C.; Ulbrich, U. and Faust, E., 2009: Relation between hemispheric scale factors and the occurrence of winter storms on seasonal time scales and its predictability. Geophysical Research Abstracts, 11, EGU2009-6937-1.

Renggli, D.; Leckebusch, G. C.; Ulbrich, U. and Faust, E., 2009: Seasonal predictability of winter storms in the North Atlantic/European region. IAMAS/IAPSO/IACS Joint Assembly MOCA-09.

Renggli, D.; Leckebusch, G. C. and Ulbrich, U., 2008: Seasonal predictability of European wind storms. ECMWF Forecast Products User Meeting.


Renggli, D.; Leckebusch, G. C. & Ulbrich, U., 2008: Wind storm events in the DEMETER hindcast data EMS8/ECAC7 Abstracts, 5, EMS2008-A-00165.

Renggli, D.; Leckebusch, G. C.; Ulbrich, U. and Faust, E., 2008: Saisonale Vorhersagbarkeit von Winterstürmen im Bereich Nordatlantik/Europa. 9. Forum Katastrophenvorsorge des DKKV.

 

Diplom

An overview of patterns of clouds, precipitation and cyclonic activity related to atmospheric blocking, betreut durch Dr. Cornelia Schwierz (IAS, Leeds) und Prof. Huw C. Davies (IAC, ETH)