Institute of Meteorology and Climate Research

Karlsruhe Meteorological Colloquium

Where?

"CS" - KIT, campus south, Physics building (30.23), room 13/2
"CN" - KIT, campus north, building 435 (IMK), room 2.05
Note: Visitors of campus north need their identity card.

Lectures


Dienstag, 03. Nov 2020
- 15:15
Dr. Federico Fierli, EUMETSAT
"EUMETSAT Atmospheric Composition monitoring: existing and upcoming programs, examples on applications"
Dienstag, 10. Nov 2020
CS - 16:45
Douglas Maraun, Wegener Center for Climate and Global Change, University of Graz, Austria
"Compound weather events in a changing climate"
Dienstag, 17. Nov 2020
CN - 15:00
Christina McCluskey, NCAR, Boulder, USA, Climate and Global Dynamics Lab
"tbd"
Dienstag, 24. Nov 2020
- 15:00
Inna Polichtchouk, ECMWF, Reading, UK
"Gravity waves and their impact on weather prediction"
Dienstag, 01. Dez 2020
CS - 16:45
Linda Schlemmer, Deutscher Wetterdienst, Offenbach
"Convection and landatmosphere coupling in mountainous terrain"
Dienstag, 15. Dez 2020
- 16:45
Dr. Martina Klose, Institute for Meteorology and Climate Research (IMK-TRO), KIT
"A big unknown in the climate impact of atmospheric aerosol: Mineral soil dust"
Dienstag, 22. Dez 2020
- 16:45
Prof. Dr. Susan Solomon, MIT, Boston, USA
"New challenges for the Montreal protocol: Science and policy"
Dienstag, 12. Jan 2021
CS - 16:45
Nora Helbig, WSL-Institute for Snow and Avalanche Research SLF, Davos, Swizerland
"Towards accounting for mountain snow processes in coarse-scale models"
Dienstag, 19. Jan 2021
- 15:00
Prof. Dr. Jonathan Gregory, University of Reading, UK
"Ocean heat uptake in CO2-forced climate change"
Dienstag, 26. Jan 2021
CS - 16:45
Pier Siebesma, Technical University of Delft, Netherlands
"Mesoscale organisation of low clouds over the subtropical ocean"
Dienstag, 02. Feb 2021
CN - 15:00
Emma Jaervinen, KIT, Atmospheric Aerosol Research / Institute of Meteorology and Climate Research
"tbd"
Donnerstag, 11. Feb 2021
- 16:15
Dr. Isabel Trigo,
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Dienstag, 16. Feb 2021
CS - 16:45
Juliane Schwendike, Institute for Atmospheric and Climate Science, University of Leeds
"Local Hadley and Walker circulations"