Atmospheric Complexity

The Atmospheric Complexity group uses methods from theoretical physics to describe and model atmospheric processes.

The aim is to capture emergent aspects, e.g. self-organization, that originate from small scales but can impact on larger scales. We use high-resolution simulations and observational data and make simplified, conceptual, models of key aspects of atmospheric complexity. Atmospheric Complexity is funded by a Villum Young Investigator Grant and a European Research Council (ERC) Consolidator Grant. Atmospheric Complexity collaborates with Complexity & Climate at the Leibniz Centre for Tropical Marine Research (ZMT), Bremen.

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Researchers

Name Title Image
Fiévet, Romain Frédéric Sébastien Postdoc Billede af Fiévet, Romain Frédéric Sébastien
Härter, Jan Olaf Mirko Associate Professor Billede af Härter, Jan Olaf Mirko
Höller, Jannik No job title VIP Billede af Höller, Jannik
Jensen, Gorm Gruner Postdoc Billede af Jensen, Gorm Gruner
Kruse, Irene Livia No job title VIP Billede af Kruse, Irene Livia

Jan Olaf Mirko HärterGroup leader

Jan O. Haerter, Associate Professor
Tel: (+45) 93 56 57 36
Email: haerter [at] nbi.ku.dk

Funded by

European Research CouncilVillum Foundation

Eksterne forskere

Faranak Tootoonchi
Ph.D. Student (co-supervised) faranak.tootoonchi@geu.uu.se
Reyk Börner M.Sc. Student
Johan Fridrik Kjølbro M.Sc. Student sfk351@alumni.ku.dk