Lectures and exercises for students at the University of Bremen, FB01, Physics and Electrical Engineering are part of our team's tasks. We take part in the education and formation of early career scientists through contributions to undergraduate curricula, international summer and winter schools, programming courses and the supervision of research projects.
Talented students of physics, geosciences, Earth system and computer sciences can be offered the possibility to conduct their doctoral studies, diploma, master and bachelor theses here in our group.
Running PhD projects:
Saeid Bagheri Dastgerdi: Present and past variations of the Antarctic water cycle and its isotopic composition
Dragos Chirila: Towards Lattice Boltzmann Models for Climate Sciences - The GeLB programming language with applications
Christopher Danek: Investigation of Labrador Sea Dynamics with the High-Resolution Finite Element Sea Ice - Ocean Model FESOM
Sebastian Hinck: Atmosphere-Ocean-Ice feedbacks in the global climate
Igor Niezgodzki: Impact of CO2 and gateways on the greenhouse paleoenvironment in the (sub)Arctic region: Sensitivity studies with an Earth System Model
Lu Niu: Climate transitions at the end of the last glacial using a climate model including interactive ice sheets: Simulations and data-model comparison
Anna Pagnone: Simulation of transport and conversion processes of biogeochemical elements in the Southern Ocean, with main emphasis on the iron cycle
Nadezhda Sokolova:Ecological modelling to assess marine ecosystems under polar climate change
Yuchen Sun: Simulating the last deglaciation with water isotope Earth system model
Razib Vhuiyan: Improving the Description of the Formation and Dissolution of CaCO3 in a Global Biogeochemical Model
Shizhu Wang: Roles of non-breaking waves in changing glacial and interglacial climates
Master and bachelor students
Running master projects:
Vanessa Kolatschek: Ocean circulation modelling of the Antarctic sub-ice-shelf cavities for present day and warm Earth scenario
Florentina-Susanne Münzner: Microplastics transport simulations in the southern North Sea
Niclas Rieger: Climate variability during the Holocene based on changes in the hydrological cycle in the northern Arabian Sea
Eric Samakinwa: Modelling mid-Pliocene climate with COSMOS based on PlioMIP2 boundary conditions
List of completed diploma, bachelor and master theses.
If you are looking for a host institute for your thesis in paleoclimate dynamics, please contact Gerrit Lohmann.
We render the possibility to carry out exiting research projects in a high-standard research environment.
We offer internships for students of geophysics, physics, Earth system sciences and other fields of expertise. Please contact Gerrit Lohmann for details.
For vacancies in our institute and section please refer to AWI's Open Position Pages.