Current postdoctoral fellows
Dr. Anne-Katrine Faber
My work is on water isotopes in polar regions with a specific focus on how the integration of model and data can be used to improve the understanding of past and present climate change. In my study I use models of different complexity, as well as observational and proxy data from vapor, snow and ice core measurements. I am particularly interested in using isotope and atmospheric models (e.g iCAM5) to improve the knowledge on how we understand and interpret the climate signal from ice core records. Furthermore, I am passionate about climate science communication and have 10 years of experience with verbal, written and interactive science communication.
Key fields of interest: Water isotopes, North atlantic atmospheric circulation, paleoclimate, numerical modeling, climate science communication
Current PhD students
PhD student Sonja Wahl
In my PhD project I am investigating the coupling of atmosphere and snowpack with the help of stable water isotopes and eddy covariance measurement in order to answer the question: “How is the climate signal imprinted in the snow?”. My research is build upon field measurements of meteorological and snow parameters in both Greenland and Antarctica. I am therefore involved in the planning and execution of field campaigns in the Polar Regions. The overall goal of my PhD project is to optimise climate models in regard to cryospheric processes.
Key fields of interest: Water isotopes, turbulent fluxes, atmospheric boundary layer, climate modeling
PhD student Laura Dietrich
As part of my PhD project I am modelling the isotopic exchange between the snow surface and the atmosphere. By using observations from the Greenland and Antarctic Ice Sheet I constrain the physical processes in the model to accurately simulate the processes responsible for the ice core water isotope record.
Current Master thesis students
Master thesis student Romilly Harris Stuart