Alex Poulidis is a PostDoc in the LAMOS group, working on pollutant dispersal modelling. In the past he has focused his research on atmospheric mechanisms that affect the transport and deposition of tephra. He uses various Eulerian and Lagrangian models including WRF, FLEXPART, and FALL3D.
Filothei Boufidou is a PhD candidate working in the LAMOS group. Her objective is to use satellite data in a data assimilation tool, with ultimate goal to optimize the nitrogen deposition calculations of the TM5-MP global chemistry and transport model.
Santiago Parraguez Cerda is a PhD. candidate working in the LAMOS group. He is studying greenhouse gas emissions using the TM5 model. His work focuses on inverse modelling of methane emissions over permafrost regions.
Nabir Mamnun is a Ph.D. student jointly affiliated with the LAMOS group and the Alfred Wegener Institute (AWI), Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research. He is working on uncertainty quantification for biogeochemical models. His research focuses on the uncertainties of model fields and parameters that control the behavior of an ocean biogeochemical model as well as developing ensemble data assimilation approach to extract reliable knowledge from the biogeochemical model uncertainty.
Sarah-Lena Meyer is a PhD in the LAMOS group. She is working on air quality studies using HERMES and TM5-MP. She successfully completed her MSc in the group using FLEXPART-WRF on CH4 emissions in in the Upper Silesian Coal Basin.
A memorial website was dedicated in memory of our beloved colleague and friend Andreas Hilboll. For the list of publications Andreas Hilboll has written, please check his [Profile]
Mareike (click to reveal e-mail) was a student in the MSc program in Physics at the University of Bremen. She successfully defended her MSc called IMPACT: A new ground-based imaging DOAS instrument: Development, participation at the CINDI-2 campaign and first data analysis in June 2017.