I am a PhD student and pre-doc university assistant in the Climate Dynamics and Modeling group of Aiko Voigt at the University of Vienna. In my research I use climate models to investigate the climate dynamics of a Snowball Earth: a seperate state of the climate system in which the world is completely or almost completely covered in ice.
I am also interested in interactive media, programming and storytelling.
|Oct 4, 2023||preprint open for public discussion for ESD: Sea-ice thermodynamics can determine waterbelt scenarios for Snowball Earth|
|Sep 1, 2023||I am on a research stay at Peking University as part of the planetary atmospheres group until end of October|
|Apr 24, 2023||poster at the EGU General Assembly|
|Sep 23, 2022||participation in the Earth System Modeling school at the Max-Planck-Institute for Meteorology in Hamburg|
|Jun 29, 2022||participation in the NextGEMS Cycle 2 Hackathon|
- GMDHow does cloud-radiative heating over the North Atlantic change with grid spacing, convective parameterization, and microphysics scheme in ICON version 2.1.00?Geoscientific Model Development, 2023
- NatGeoIce-free tropical waterbelt for Snowball Earth events questioned by uncertain cloudsNature Geoscience, 2022
- JAMESSnowball Earth initiation and the thermodynamics of sea iceJournal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems, 2022
- ACPAn idealized model sensitivity study on Dead Sea desertification with a focus on the impact on convectionAtmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 2020