The atmosphere is a fascinating, dynamic system, which affects and reacts on effects from oceans, the icecaps and glaciers on our planet – it even affects the length of the day. Our main interest in the meteorology group is to understand and develop models of the fundamental physical processes in the atmosphere, these being the key to numerical weather predictions (NWP), climate, air quality and pollution.

Meteorology is an expansive scientific field, which draws on a series of physical disciplines, from geophysical fluid dynamics, thermodynamics and turbulence to optical emission to space. Our observations of the atmosphere are on the technological forefront, due to a strong scientific and technological development in recent years.





















Interne forskere

Ayzenberg, AlenaPostdoc +45 353-24153E-mail
Bendikas, LaimonasDoctor  
Christensen, Jens HesselbjergProfessor +45 353-35658E-mail
Christensen, Kevin AmtoftChef  
Diedrichsen, Louise WejlemandSecretary +45 353-23522E-mail
Gerber, Tamara AnninaPhD fellow +45 353-26848E-mail
Hintz, Kasper StenerPhD Fellow, guest  E-mail
Jensen, Mathias SkovLaboratory assistant +45 353-32640E-mail
Jóhannsson, Óli D.  
Kaas, EigilProfessor +45 353-20514E-mail
Khoshkholgh, SarouyehResearch assistant  E-mail
Lilien, David ArmondPostdoc +45 353-26298E-mail
Møller, BentDoctor  
Ngoumtsa, Estelle LonyemLaboratory assistant +45 353-33351E-mail
Schmidt, Mikkel RasmusLaboratory assistant +45 353-35153E-mail
Steffensen, Nanna MarieLaboratory assistant  E-mail
Sudre, Floriane OceaneResearch assistant +45 353-32927E-mail
Venkatesh, JananiLaboratory assistant  E-mail
Vettoretti, GuidoPostdoc +45 353-23433E-mail
Zinck, Ann-Sofie PriergaardLaboratory assistant +45 353-22776E-mail



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Eksterne forskere

Navn Titel Telefon E-mail
Test Testesen Ph.d.-stipendiat  +45 353-20566 E-mail
Forsker Forskersen Lektor +45 353-30148 E-mail