We are happy to announce that our student Simon Bittner has been awarded
the M.Sc degree for his thesis entitled “Analysis of NOx emissions sources of Bremen using WRF-CHEM and DOAS”.
Fabian G. Piwowarczyk and Jianyou Shi have successfully defended their theses titled “Gridding of high resolution
(TROPOMI) satellite data for inverse modeling” and "The trend of warm season surface ozone over China during 2013 – 2021",
Another important milestone for the LAMOS group. Medea Zanoli defended her outstanding Master thesis “Assessing dust impact on air quality using the global chemistry and transport model TM4-ECPL”.
One year after the sudden loss of our colleague Dr. Andreas Hilboll,
the Laboratory for Modeling and Observation of the Earth System (LAMOS)
of the University of Bremen (Germany) and the Environmental Chemistry
Processes Laboratory (ECPL) of the University of Crete (Greece) offer
four (4) Andreas Hilboll travel awards to honor the memory of Dr. Andreas
Hilboll and strengthen the collaboration between the two laboratories and
Ein Jahr nach dem plötzlichen Verlust unseres Kollegen Dr. Andreas Hilboll
schreiben das "Laboratory for Modeling and Observation of the Earth System
(LAMOS)" der Universität Bremen (Deutschland) und das "Environmental Chemistry
Processes Laboratory (ECPL)" der Universität Kreta (Griechenland) vier (4)
"Andreas Hilboll Reisestipendien" aus, um das Andenken an Herrn Dr. Andreas
Hilboll zu ehren und die Zusammenarbeit zwischen den beiden Laboren und Universitäten zu stärken.
We are delightful to announce that our student Sofía Gómez Maqueo Anaya has been awarded with the M.Sc title for her outstanding thesis “Assessment of the impact of OH’s temporal resolution on the global atmosphere”.
Ruben Sousse Villa has successfully defended his thesis “Enhancing chemical schemes accounted in the FLEXPART v10.4 transport model using a kinetic preprocessor”. For his performance, Ruben was awarded with the OHB best-thesis award.
Sarah-Lena Meyer wrote her M.Sc. dissertation in the LAMOS group on modeling the dispersion of CH4 emissions from Upper Silesian coal mines using the FLEXPART-WRF model. Earlier this month, she successfully completed her M.Sc. degree with an excellent defense.
(Note on 04 Apr 2017: position has been filled.) We are excited to announce the availability of one three-year PhD fellowship within the context of the EMeRGe campaign.