Team

Current

  • Dr. Inga Labuhn, postdoc, working on multi-proxy climate reconstructions in Europe. Employed through the University of Bremen.
  • Dr. Marco Möller, postdoc, working on ocean-ice interaction of peripheral Greenland glaciers. Employed through the project "Ocean-ice Interaction of peripheral Greenland Glaciers".
  • Dr. Madlene Pfeiffer, postdoc, working on glacier and climate reconstructions in the Alps. Employed through the project "Reconstruction of climate-glacier interaction on a centennial time scale".
  • Beatriz Recinos, PhD student, working on an implementation of frontal ablation in a global glacier model. Employed through the University of Bremen.
  • Julia Eis, PhD student, working on predictability of glacier mass change. Employed through the project "Predictability and Attribution of Regional Sea Level Change Caused by Glacier Mass Change".
  • Anton Butenko, PhD student, working on attribution of glacier mass change to individual climate forcings. Employed through the project "Predictability and Attribution of Regional Sea Level Change Caused by Glacier Mass Change".
  • Melissa Mengert, PhD student, working on the impact of glaciers on seasonal freshwater availability. Employed through the University of Bremen.
  • Jan-Hendrik Malles, PhD student, working on the coupled dynamics of ocean and tidewater glaciers in the Canadian Arctic. Employed through the German-Canadian graduate school ArcTrain.
  • Timo Rothenpieler, programmer, working in system administration and model code optimization. Employed throught the University of Bremen.
  • Tanja Groninger, administrative assistant. Employed throught the University of Bremen.

 

Past

  • Dr. Nicolas Champollion, postdoc, working on glacier change projections under low emission scenarios. Employed through the project "Projections of global glacier melt under low-end warming scenarios".
  • Dr. Ulrike Falk, postdoc, working on glacier modeling with a focus on mass balance and Antarctic peripheral glaciers. Employed throught the University of Bremen.
  • Dr. Kristin Richter, postdoc, working on regional sea level rise and coupled ocean-atmosphere-cryosphere dynamics. Employed through the project "Global Glacier Change".
  • Dr. Fabien Maussion, postdoc, working on past glacier-climate interaction in the tropics on multidecadal to centennial timescales. Employed through the project "Multidecadal to Centennial Climate Variability: Assessing the Conditions for the Glaciation of Tropical Mountains".
  • Dr. Alex Jarosch, postdoc, working on ice dynamics and long-term climate variability influence on glaciers. Employed through the project "Multidecadal to Centennial Climate Variability: Assessing the Conditions for the Glaciation of Tropical Mountains".
  • Dr. Felix Schüller, postdoc, working on the development of a glacier reanalysis tool. Employed through a project operated at the alpS GmbH.
  • Dr. Marlis Hofer, postdoc, Working on dynamical and statistical downscaling of atmospheric variables onto glacier surfaces in the Cordillera Blanca, Peru. Employed through the project "Impacts of Climate Variability on Glaciers in Peru".
  • Dr. David Parkes, PhD student, working on a coupled ocean-atmosphere-glacier model. Employed through the project "Global Glacier Change".
  • Dr. Stephan Galos, PhD student, working on dynamical downscaling and glacier mass balance modelling in the Cordillera Blanca, Peru. Employed through the project "Impacts of Climate Variability on Glaciers in Peru".
  • Martin Großhauser, PhD student, working on anthropogenic changes of glacier-climate interaction in the tropics. Employed through the project "Multidecadal to Centennial Climate Variability: Assessing the Conditions for the Glaciation of Tropical Mountains".