Univ.-Prof. Dr. Henning Rust
Freie Universität Berlin
Institute of Meteorology
Professor for Statistical Meteorology at the Freie Universität Berlin (DINP), group leader. Supported by the Freie Universität Berlin within the Excellence Initiative of the German Research Foundation.
Modelling weather impact
Citizen science projects for meteorology
Stochastic precipitation models
Extreme convective events
- Forecast verification
Statistical modelling (Circulation patterns: definition and comparison, Extreme value statistics, Statistical downscaling, air pollution modelling)
Time series analysis, Long-range dependence
|Deutsche Meteorologische Gesellschaft, head of executive board, section Berlin-Brandenburg, member of the full association’s executive committe.|
|Member of the Management Board of the DFG graduate school Natural Hazards and Risks in a Changing World|
|Guest editor for Meteorologische Zeitschrift, special issue: Verification and process oriented validation of the MiKlip decadal prediction system.|
|Member of the scientific advisory board of Statistical regionalisation models intercomparisons and hydrological impacts projects (StaRMIP), a French national research project, coordinated by M. Vrac, LSCE, Gif-sur-Yvette, France|
|Member of the Steering Group of MiKlip, Germany's national initiative on decadal prediction|
|Guest editor for Nonlinear Processes in Geophysics (EGU), special issue: Extreme events: Nonlinear dynamics and time series analysis.|
Research Area Director for Optimal use of Information from Weather Forecast and Climate Monitoring for Society, and co-speaker of the Hans-Ertel-Centre for Weather Research, a virtual research centre funded by the German Weather Service (DWD)
Professor for Statistical Meteorology at the Freie Universitat Berlin (DINP), Institut für Meteorologie (FUB-IfM), Berlin, Germany. Co-leader of the working group Climate diagnostics and extreme meteorological events (CliDia) with U. Ulbrich
10/2013 - 08/2015
|Assistant Professor at the FUB-IfM, Berlin, Germany. Co-leader of the working group Climate diagnostics and extreme meteorological events (CliDia) with U. Ulbrich. Coordinator of the validation activities for MiKlip, a joint research project for the development of a decadal prediction system funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF)|
01/2012 - 09/2013
|Senior researcher and lecturer at the FUB-IfM. Coordinator of the validation activities for MiKlip. From 12/2012 to 09/2013 on partial parental leave with 50% workload|
02/2011 - 12/2011
|Research associate (Post-Doc) and lecturer at the FUB-IfM. Stochastic modelling of precipitation at sub-daily time scales a project within the initiative Scaling cascades in complex systems from the Centre for scientific computing (CSC) at FUB|
12/2009 - 01/2011
|Parental leave and associated scientist at the Laboratoire des Sciences du Climat et de l'Environnement (LSCE), Gif-sur-Yvette, France|
06/2008 - 11/2009
|Research associate (Post-Doc) in the project Regionalisation of precipitation and hydrological and agricultural impact of climate change on vulnerable regions (REGYNA) at the LSCE|
10/2006 - 05/2008
|Research associate (Post-Doc) in the project Extreme Events:
Causes and Consequences (E2C2) at the University of Potsdam,
Nonlinear Dynamics Group (AGNLD), Potsdam, Germany
09/2002 - 09/2006
|Research associate (PhD) in the project Scaling and Trend Analy-
sis in Hydro-meteorological Time Series at the Potsdam Institute
for Climate Impact Research (PIK), Potsdam, Germany
04/2002 - 08/2002
|Research associate at the International Centre for Integrative
Studies (ICIS), Maastricht, The Netherlands
|PhD in Theoretical Physics (summa cum laude) from the University
of Potsdam, Germany, thesis: Detection of long-range dependence - Applications in climatology and hydrology. In cooperation
with the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research,
supervisor Prof. Dr. H.-J. Schellnhuber.
|Diplom in Physics (very good) from the Albert-Ludwigs-
Universitat Freiburg, Germany, thesis: Model selection and pa-
rameter estimation in dynamic systems - Two applications (in
German). In cooperation with the Institute of Plant Biochemistry
and the Freiburg Centre of Data Analysis and Modelling
(FDM), supervisor Prof. Dr. J. Timmer.
|BSc with Honours in Physics from the Brock University,
St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada, thesis: Characterization of
DMPC/DHPC mixtures by 31P and 2H solid state NMR, supervisor
Prof. Dr. E. Sternin. Graduation with the Distinguished
Graduation Student Award for Physics
10/1997 - 05/1998
|Studies of physics at the Brock University, St. Catharines, Ontario,
10/1994 - 05/2001
|Studies of physics at the Albert-Ludwigs-Universitat Freiburg,
|German (native), English (proficient), French and Italian (intermediate conversational)|
|Profound knowledge in environments for statistical computing
and graphics, such as R and Matlab, as well as in Unix/Linux
based operating systems and high performance computing (MPI,
OpenMP, job scheduling systems). Good knowledge in highlevel
programming languages (Java, C/C++), and in script languages
(Perl and Bash). Excellent command of word processing
(LATEX, Writer, Word), spread sheet applications (Calc, Excel),
vector/bitmap graphics manipulation and version control
Regular teaching activities
Meteorology Master (MSc.)
- Statistische Klimatologie (Statistical climatology)(lecture 2hrs/week computer lab, 2hrs/week, regular assignments, oral exams). Language: German. Skript, Folien
- Seminar Wetter- und Klimadiagnose (Weather and climate diagnostics)A seminar for Meteorology major students: block on Spatio-temporal variability (lecture 1×2h and computer lab 1×2h), associated seminar (2hrs/week), exams (written/oral). Language: German/English.
- Meteorologische Extremereignisse (Meteorological extreme events)block on Extreme value statistics (lecture 2×2h and computer lab 2×2h), associated seminar (2hrs/week), exams (written/oral). Language: German. Skript, Folien
- Interdisziplinäre Naturrisikoforschung (Interdisziplinary Risk Research)An interdisziplinary course on risk research taught together with psychologists and social scientists
- Introduction to Weather and Climate (currently not offered)A course for Meteorology minor students and Environmental Earth Sciences major students (lecture 2hrs/week, computer lab, 2hrs/week, seminar 2hrs/week, written/oral exams), open to students from Humboldt University, Berlin. Language: English.
Meteoroloy Bachelor (BSc.)
- Angewandte Statistik I (Applied statistics)A course for Meteorology major students (lecture 2hrs/week, computer lab 2hrs/week), exams (written). Language: German. Skript, Folien
- Angewandte Statistik II (Applied statistics)A course for Meteorology major students (lecture 2hrs/week, computer lab 2hrs/week), exams (written). Language: German. Skript, Folien
A course for Meteorology major students (lab course and seminar, 4hrs/week), Language: German, Wiki
- Meteorologisches Instrumentenpraktikum (Meteorological Instruments, lab course)
R-Gespräche, a seminar series for researchers and master students at the FUB-IfM. Talks address specific problems or classes of problems from meteorology and present ways to solve these with R, an environment for statistical computing and graphics. (bi-weekly, 2h) Language: German/English, Internal Website
- Spatio-temporal response of extreme precipitation to climate change and decadal climate variability, Madlen Fischer , within the graduate research school Natural Hazards and Risks in a Changing World, started in October 2015
- Identifying hydrological extreme episodes from large scale patterns, Christos Vagenas, within the EU-project BINGO, started in September 2015
- Indices for blocking phenomena: New approaches, Andy Richling (partially funded by DWD, Development and testing of a blocking index for Europe, started in 2014)
- Identification, decadal prediction and regionalisation of winter storms over Europe, Tim Kruschke (funded by BMBF, MiKlip, 2011-2015)
- I supervised and evaluated the Diplomarbeit in Physics Inter-annual variation of the seasonal temperature cycle in Europe (Ralf Liebermann) at the Potsdam University, Potsdam, Germany, 2009.
I have been designing and supervising Master's theses at the FUB-IfM, topics include:
- Stochastic precipitation models: do they conserve the intensity duration relation? (in progress)
- Quantifying the respresentation of the intertropical convergence zone in general circulation models (in progress)
- The influence of large scale teleconnection patterns on European temperature and precipitation (DWD funded, article submitted)
- Analysing seasonal variations from extreme precipitation in Germany by non-stationary extreme value models (article in preparation)
I have been co-supervising Master's theses with the following topics:
- The potential predictability of March-April-May seasonal rainfall over East Africa using ITCZ indices (A visiting student from Kenya)
- Quantifying the meteorological impact on ozone driven and traffic driven NO2 concentration urban canyons
- Statistical downscaling of wind gusts with artifical neural networks
I have been designing, supervising and evaluating Bachelor's theses at the FUB-IfM, topics include:
- Temperature change conditioned on circulation patterns (in progress)
- Geostrophic wind from triangles of Gauge-based pressure records as a proxy for storminess (in progress)
- Probabilistic evaluation of frost days in the MiKlip decadal prediction system
- Comparison of high resolution precipitation records from a Hellmann rain gauge and a tipping bucket
I have been co-supervising Bachelor's theses with the following topics:
- The NAO-PNA-relation in the MPI Earth System Model (in progress)
- Spatio-temporal relation between the wind over the North Sea and wind induced water level in Cuxhaven
- Are ticks sensitive to meteorological conditions?
- The climate change impact on the atmospheric excitation of polar motion
The project aims at providing practical knowledge and tools to water managers affected by climate change to better cope with climate projections and near-term climate predictions (decadal predictions). The work package led by the Institute of Meteorology of Freie Universität Berlin will particularly address hydrological extreme conditions within climate change scenarios and decadal climate predictions, focusing on six representative areas across Europe.
Project Scientists: Christos Vagenas, Edmund Meredith, Agbeko K. Kpogo-Nuwoklo
A graduate research school with the University of Potsdam, Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK), Helmholtz Centre Potsdam German Research Centre for Geosciences GFZ.
- P3: Spatio-temporal response of extreme precipitation to climate change and decadal climate variability, A project together with Matthias Holschneider, University of Potsdam and Uwe Ulbrich, Project scientist: Madlen Fischer
- I1: Natural hazards in a changing climate – What causes the variability?, A project together with Uwe Ulbrich, Project scientist: Thomas Moran
Effects of extreme teleconnection indices on climate parameters of Central Europe based on RCM simulations
A project together with Uwe Ulbrich.
Project scientist: Eftychia Rousi
A project together with the German Weather Service (DWD).
Project scientist: Andy Richling
Coupling a multiscale stochastic precipitation model to large scale atmospheric flow is part of the Collaborative Research Center SFB1114: Scaling Cascades in Complex Systems. A stochastic precipitation model is investigated for means to be linked to atmospheric flow via the use of the Dynamic State Index (DSI). The project is carried out together with Peter Nevir (Theoretical Meteorology). Project scientists are Annette Müller and Christoph Ritschel.
MiKlip II (Mittelfristige Klimaprognose, second phase, since 2015) is the German initiative for decadal climate prediction funded by the Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF), a research alliance in 5 modules:
- ECO: Coordination of the process-oriented validation and forecast verification activities in MiKlip II (Module E). Development and Implementation of a drift correction framework
- CALIBRATION: Re-Calibration of probabilistic decadal forecast
- STOC: Storm-ocean interaction on decadal timescales
MiKlip (Mittelfristige Klimaprognose,since 2011) is the German initiative for decadal climate prediction funded by the Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF), a research alliance with 35 projects in 5 modules (about 150 people involved): I am coordinating the evaluation and validation activities (MiKlip Module E) which are distributed over 11 projects (about 40 scientists). As such I am a member of the MiKlip steering committee. Besides coordinating this research alliance, setting guidelines for forecast verification approaches, organising workshops, maintaining a communication platform, I contribute to the following projects within MiKlip:
|2012/2013||The relation between large scale circulation indices and European temperatures and precipitation, together with the German Weather Service (DWD). The result is used in the DWD's operational climate monitoring (Andy Richling).|
|Climate change and adaptation in Ethiopia, together with the PotsdamInstitute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) and financed by the GermanMinistry of Foreign Affairs. Bias correction for temperature andprecipitation from GCMs/RCMs (Tim Kruschke, Madlen Fischer).|
|2008/2009||Regionalisation of precipitation, and hydrological and agricultural impact of climate change on vulnerable regions (REGYNA), a French national project led by B. Sultan. I participated during my post-doc at the LSCE, Gif-sur-Yvette, France: development of a novel probabilistic assessment scheme for circulation patterns, precipitation modelling and downscaling with GLMs.|
|2007/2008||Modelling extreme precipitation. A case study for the UK, funded by a DAAD-BC travel grant. Several visits to the Climatic Research Unit (CRU) in Norwich, UK. Extreme value models including the annual cycle
and vector generalised models to link extreme precipitation to large scale flow indices.
|Extreme events, causes and consequences (E2C2), a Specific TargetedResearch Project (STREP) by the European Commission (FP-6) led byM. Ghil. I contributed with work to long-range dependence and its effecton extreme value statistics during my post-doc at the University of Potsdam, Germany.|
|2002-2006||Scaling and trend analysis in hydro-meteorological time series, a project with stakeholders from Hydrology, funded by the German Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF). I developed a novel test on long-range dependence and analysed trends in extreme values during my PhD project at the PIK.|
Accepted, under review or submitted
K. Fackeldey, P. Koltai, P. Névir, H. W. Rust, A. Schild, M. Weber: From Metastable to Coherent Sets – time-discretization schemes. Accepted for publication in Chaos
A. Pasternack, J. Grieger, H. W. Rust, U. Ulbrich: Recalibrating Decadal Climate Predictions – What is an adequate model for the drift?, Geosci. Model Dev. Discuss., https://doi.org/10.5194/gmd-2020-191, in review, 2020.
N. Otero, H. W. Rust, T. Butler: Observed changes in the temperature dependence response of surface ozone under NOx reductions, Atmos. Chem. Phys. Discuss. [preprint], https://doi.org/10.5194/acp-2020-691, 2020.
E. P. Meredith, . Ulbrich, H. W. Rust, H. Truhetz: Present and future diurnal hourly precipitation in 0.11° EURO-CORDEX models and at convection-permitting resolution. Environmental Research Communications. https://doi.org/10.1088/2515-7620/abf15e, 2021
Published in peer-reviewed journals
O. E. Jurado, M. Scheibel, H. W. Rust: Evaluating the Performance of a Max-Stable Process for Estimating Intensity-Duration-Frequency Curves. Water 2020, 12, 3314.
J. Ulrich, O. E. Jurado, M. Peter, M. Scheibel, H. W. Rust: Estimating IDF Curves Consistently over Durations with Spatial Covariates. Water 2020, 12, 3119.
E. Rousi, H.W. Rust, U. Ulbrich, C. Anagnostopoulou: Winter NAO flavors and their effects on European climate. Climate, 2020
E. Meredith, H. W. Rust, U. Ulbrich: The diurnal nature of future extreme precipitation intensification. Geophy. Res. Lett., 2019.
Y. Liu, M. Donat, H. W. Rust, l. Alexander, M. England: Decadal predictability of temperature and precipitation means and extremes in a perfect-model experiment. Clim. Dyn, 2019.
M. Fischer, H. W. Rust, U. Ulbrich: A spatial and seasonal climatology of extreme precipitation return-levels: A case study. Spatial Statistics, 2018
S.Kremser, J. S. Tradowsky, H. W. Rust, G. E. Bodeker: Is it feasible to estimate radiosonde biases from interlaced measurements? Atmos. Measure. Tech., 11: 3021 - 3029, 2018
S. Liersch, J. Teckenburg, H. W. Rust, A. Dobler, M. Fischer, T. Kruschke, H. Koch, F. Hattermann: Are we using the right fuel to drive hydrological models? A climate impact study in the Upper Blue Nile, Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci.,2018
E. P. Meredith, H. W. Rust, U. Ulbrich: A classification algorithm for selective dynamical downscaling of precipitation extremes, Hydrol. Earth. Syst. Sci., 22,4183 - 4200, 2018
N. Otero, J. Silmann, K. A. Mar, H. W. Rust, et al.: A multi-model comparison of meteorological drivers of surface ozone over Europe. Atmos. Chem. Phys.,2018.
A. Pasternack, H. W. Rust, J. Bhend, M. Liniger, W. A. Müller: Parametric Decadal Climate Forecast Recalibration, Geosci. Model Develop., 2018
M. Fischer, H. W. Rust, U. Ulbrich: Seasonal Cycle in German Daily Precipitation Extremes, Meteorol. Z. 2018, DOI: 10.1127/metz/2017/0845
C. Ritschel, H.W. Rust, U. Ulbrich: Precipitation extremes on multiple time scales -- Bartlett-Lewis Rectangular Pulse Model and Intensity-Duration-Frequency curves, Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci.
M. Walz, T. Kruschke, H. W. Rust, G. Leckebusch, U. Ulbrich: Quantifying the extremity of windstorms for regions featuring infrequent events, Atmos. Sci. Lett., 2017, DOI: 10.1002/asl.758
S. Babian, H. W. Rust, K. Prömmel, J. Grieger, U. Cubasch: Representation of Antarctic Oscillation and related precipitation in the MPI Earth System Model, Meteorol. Z., 2016, 767-774, DOI: 10.1127/metz/2016/0661
F. Kaspar, H. W. Rust, U. Ulbrich and P. Becker: Verification and process oriented validation of the MiKlip decadal prediction system. Meteorol. Z., 629 - 630, 2016, DOI: 10.1127/metz/2016/0831
J. Marotzke, W. A. Müller, F. S. E. Vamborg, P. Becker, U. Cubasch, H. Feldmann, F. Kaspar, C. Kottmeier, C. Marini, I. Polkova, K. Prömmel, H. W. Rust, D. Stammer, U. Ulbrich, C. Kadow, A. Köhl, J. Kröger, T. Kruschke, J. G. Pinto, H. Pohlmann, M. Reyers, M. Schröder, F. Sienz, C. Timmreck, M. Ziese: MiKlip - a National Research Project on Decadal Climate Prediction, Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 2016, DOI: 10.1175/BAMS-D-15-00184.1.
Otero Felipe, N., Sillmann, J., Schnell, J. L., Rust, H. W., Butler, T. M.: Synoptic and meteorological drivers of extreme ozone concentrations over Europe. - Environ. Res. Lett., 11, 2, 024005, 2016. DOI: 10.1088/1748-9326/11/2/024005
T. Kruschke, H. W. Rust, C. Kadow, W. Müller, H. Pohlmann, G. C. Leckebusch, U. Ulbrich: Probabilistic evaluation of decadal predictions for Northern Hemisphere winter storms, Meteorol. Z., 2015, DOI: 10.1127/metz/2015/0641
C. Kadow, S. Illing, O. Kunst, H. W. Rust, H. Pohlmann, W. Müller, U. Cubasch: Evaluation of forecasts by accuracy and spread in the MiKlip decadal climate prediction system, Meteorol. Z., 2015, DOI: 10.1127/metz/2015/0639
H. W. Rust, A. Richling, P. Bissolli, U. Ulbrich: Linking teleconnection patterns to European temperature – a multiple linear regression model. Meteorol. Z., 24, 411 - 423, 2015
H.W. Rust, T. Kruschke, A. Dobler, M. Fischer, U. Ulbrich. Discontinous daily temperatures in the WATCH forcing data sets. J. Hydrometeorol. 16(1):465-472, 2015, DOI: 10.1175/JHM-D-14-0123.1
T. Kruschke, H. W. Rust, C. Kadow, G.C. Leckebusch, U. Ulbrich: Evaluating decadal predictions of northern hemispheric cyclone frequencies. Tellus A 66, 22830, 2014, DOI: 10.3402/tellusa.v66.22830
V. Guemas, L. Auger, F.J. Doblas-Reyes, H.W. Rust, A. Ribes: Dealing with data dependencies when applying statistical hypothesis tests for climate time series. Bull. Amer. Meteorol. Soc., 95 (11), 1666-1667, 2014, See also related article.
H. W. Rust, M. Vrac, B. Sultan and M. Lengaigne: Mapping weather type influence on Senegal precipitation based on a spatio-temporal statistical model. J. Climate, 26, 8189-8209, 2013
D. Maraun, T.J. Osborn, H. W. Rust: The influence of synoptic airflow on UK daily precipitation extremes. Part II: regional climate model and EOBS data validation. Clim. Dyn. 39:287-301, 2012
P. Yiou, B. D. Malamud, H. W. Rust: Preface "Extreme Events: Nonlinear Dynamics and Time Series Analysis". Nonlin. Processes Geophys., 18, 895-897, 2011
M. Ghil, P. Yiou, S. Hallegatte, B. D. Malamud, P. Naveau, A. Soloviev, P. Friederichs, V. Keilis-Borok, D. Kondrashov, V. Kossobokov, O. Mestre, C. Nicolis, H. W. Rust, P. Shebalin, M. Vrac, A. Witt, I. Zaliapin: Extreme Events: Dynamics, Statistics and Prediction. Nonlin. Proc. Geophys., 18, 295-350, 2011
D. Maraun, H. W. Rust, T.J. Osborn: The Influence of Synoptic Airflow on UK Daily Precipitation Extremes. PartI: Observed Spatio-Temporal Relations.Clim. Dyn., 36:261-275, 2011
H. W. Rust, M. Vrac, M. Lengaigne, B. Sultan: Quantifying Differences in Circulation Patterns Based on Probabilistic Models.J. Climate, 23:6573-6589, 2010
P. Yiou, E. Bard, P. Dandin, B. Legras, P. Naveau, H. W. Rust, L. Terray, M. Vrac: Statistical Issues about Solar-Climate Relations.Clim. Past., 6:565-573, 2010
D. Maraun, F. Wetterhall, A.M. Ireson, R.E. Chandler, E.J. Kendon, M. Widmann, S. Brienen, H. W.Rust, T. Sauter, M. Themeßl,V.K.C. Venema, K.P. Chun, C.M. Goodess, R.G. Jones, C. Onof, M. Vrac, I. Thiele-Eich: Precipitation Downscaling under Climate Change. Recent Developements to Bridge the Gap between Dynamical Models and the End User.Rev. Geophys., 48, RG3003, 2010
D. Maraun, H. W. Rust, T.J. Osborn: Synoptic airflow and UK daily precipitation extremes. Development and validation of a vector generalised linear model.Extremes, 13(2):133-153, 2010
H. W. Rust, D. Maraun, T.J. Osborn: Modelling Seasonality in Extreme Precipitation: A UK Case Study.Europ. Phys. J. Special Topics, 174:91-97, 2009
H. W. Rust: The Effect of Long-Range Dependence on Modelling Extremes with the Generalised Extreme Value Distribution.Europ. Phys. J. Special Topics, 174:99-111, 2009
D. Maraun, H. W. Rust, T.J. Osborn: The Annual Cycle of Heavy Precipitation Across the United Kinddom: A Model Based on Extreme Value Statistics.Int. J. Climatol., 29(12):1731-1744, 2009
2008 and earlier
H. W. Rust, O. Mestre, V.K.C Venema: Fewer Jumps, Less Memory: Homogenized Temperature Records and Long Memory.J. Geophys. Res., 113:D19110, 2008
V.K.C Venema, S. Bachner, H. W. Rust, C. Simmer: Statistical Characteristics of Surrogate Data based on Geophysical Measurements.Nonlin. Proc. Geophys., 13:449-466, 2006
M. Kallache, H. W. Rust, J.P. Kropp: Trend assessment: Applications for hydrology and climate research.Nonlin. Proc. Geophys., 12:201-210, 2005
M. Kallache, H. W. Rust and J. P. Kropp: Trend assessment: Applications for hydrology and climate research; Nonlin. Processes Geophys. 12:201–210, 2005.
D. Maraun, H. W. Rust, J. Timmer: Tempting Long-Memory - On the Interpretation of DFA Results.Nonlin. Proc. Geophys.,11:495-503, 2004
D. Maraun, W. Horbelt, H. W. Rust, J. Timmer, F. Drepper, H.P. Happersberger: Identification of Rate Constants and Non-Observable Absorption Spectra in Nonlinear Biochemical Dynamics. Int. J. Bif. Chaos, 14:(6)2081-2092, 2004
H.U. Voss, H. W. Rust, W. Horbelt, J. Timmer: A combined approach for the indentification of continuous non-linear systems.Int. J. Adapt. Contr. Signal. Process., 17:335-352, 2003
J. Timmer, H. W. Rust, W. Horbelt, H.U. Voss: Identification of a nonlinear circuit. Proc. Appl. Math. Mech., 1: 73–74, 2003, doi:10.1002/1617-7061(200203)
J. Timmer, H. W. Rust, W. Horbelt, H.U. Voss: Parametric, Nonparametric and Parametric Modelling of a Chaotic Circuit Time Series. Phys. Lett. A, 274:123-134, 2000
In monographs and conference proceedings
Kox, T., Göber, M., Wentzel B., Freundl, E., Rust, H. W.: Fostering weather and climate literacy among pupils by engagement in a weather citizen science project. Proceedings of Austrian Citizen Science Conference 2020 PoS(ACSC2020), 393, 002, 2021.
Rousi, E., Ulbrich, U., Rust, H. W., & Anagnostolpoulou, C.: An NAO Climatology in Reanalysis Data with the Use of Self-organizing Maps, in Perspectives on Atmospheric Sciences (pp. 719-724), Springer International Publishing, 2017.
M. Fischer ,H. W. Rust, U. Ulbrich: Seasonal Extreme Value Statistics for Precipitation in Germany, EVAN 2013: Proceedings of the 1st International Short Conference on Advances in Extreme Value Analysis and Application to Natural Hazards, Forschungsinstitut Wasser und Umwelt (fwu) der Universität Siegen 144-152, 2014
H. W. Rust, M. Kallache, H.-J. Schellnhuber and J. P. Kropp: Confidence Intervals for Flood Return Level Estimation using a Bootstrap Approach, in J. Kropp and H.J. Schellnhuber (Eds.): In Extremis: Disruptive Events and Correlations in Hydrology and Climate, Springer, 2011
M. Kallache, H. W. Rust, H. Lange and J. Kropp: Extreme Value Analysis for Non-Stationary Data, in J. Kropp and H.J. Schellnhuber (Eds.): In Extremis: Disruptive Events and Correlations in Hydrology and Climate, Springer, 2011
M. Kallache, H. W. Rust, H.-J. Schellnhuber and J. P. Kropp: Trend Assessment of Correlated Data, Complexity and Integrated Resources Management, Transactions of the 2nd Biennial Meeting of the International Environmental Modelling and Software Society, iEMSs, Manno, Switzerland, 2004
H. U. Voss, M. Peifer, W. Horbelt, H. W. Rust and J. Timmer: Parametric, Nonparametric and Parametric Modeling of a Chaotic Circuit Time Series, NOLTA-Proceedings, 2:713-716, 2000
Detection of Long-Range Dependence – Applications in Climatology and Hydrology; H. W. Rust, 2007. Potsdam University, Potsdam, Germany.
Software package farima for the environment for statistical computing R: Algorithms and tools for parameter estimation and model selection for long-memory processes. H. W. Rust, 2007
Software package gaussDiff for the environment for statistical computing R: A set of difference measures for multivariate Gaussian probability distributions. H. W. Rust, 2007