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Working atmosphere in Seminar Room II.

Working atmosphere in Seminar Room II.
Image Credit: Gregor Pittke

Prof. Dr. Pfahl's working group will invite Bachelor and Master students to take part in their weekly meetings.

In addition, students are given the opportunity to actively participate in research and, for example, write their final thesis (see Topics).

The working group meets every Tuesday at 2 pm. See bellow for a detailed schedule and how to take part.

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Lectures

Winter semester 2021/22

Data Processing in Meteorology  (B.Sc.)

Wed.08:00-10:00 (V), Wed.10:00-12:00 (Ü)

Ingo Kirchner

Climate Variability and Models (M.Sc.)

Mon.09:00-11:00 (V), Mon.11:00-13:00 (S), Mon.13:00-15:00 (Ü)

Stephan Pfahl (V+S), Maik Thomas (V)

Ingo Kirchner (Ü)

The Atmospheric Water Cycle (M.Sc.)

Tue.10:00-12:00 (V), Wed.10:00-12:00 (Ü)

Stephan Pfahl, Lisa Schielicke

Applied Programming for Weather Modelling (M.Sc.)

Mon.08:00-10:00

Ingo Kirchner, Lisa Schielicke

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Group Meetings-Seminar

The group meetings take place every Tuesday at 2 pm. The meeting takes place as hybrid event.

Spaces: Met. Institute, Seminar Room II (NB,2 / R.194) and additionally as WebEx-Meeting.

To take part, please contact Stephan Pfahl

>> for complete List

Date

Meeting ?

Presentation/ Special topic

23.11.2021

( yes )

Stephan Pfahl: Resent results from latest paper on isotropic water transport: Dahinden et. al. (2021), doi:10.5194/acp-21-16319-2021.

30.11.2021

( yes )

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07.12.2021

( yes )

Jannik Jung: "Interrelation between blocking and troughts" ( Bachelor thesis test talk)

14.12.2021

( yes )

Stephan Pfahl: "The isotropic water cycle, part III."

Update: 06.12.2021

Final Thesis

Here you will find topics for the final thesis

>>Thesis catalog