Hauke Schmidt

Office

Email: hauke.schmidt@mpimet.mpg.de

Phone: +49-40-41173-405

Fax: +49-40-41173-298

Room no. Z416

 

Mailing Address

Max Planck Institute for Meteorology

Bundesstr. 53

D-20146 Hamburg

Germany

 

Department

The Atmosphere in the Earth System

 

Research Group

Middle and Upper Atmosphere

Publications
Projects

ongoing:

  • DFG/SPP Climate Engineering - CEIBRAL (Climate Engineering Impacts: Between Reliability and Liability); 2013-
  • DFG/SPP Climate Engineering - ComparCE (Comparative assessment of potential impacts, side-effects and uncertainties of CE measures and emission-reduction efforts); 2013-
  • FP7 - EUTRACE (European Transdisciplinary Assessment of Climate Engineering); 2012 -
  • BMBF/MiKlip - ALARM (Alert for large volcanic eruptions in medium term climate prediction); 2011 -
  • DFG/FG SHARP (Stratospheric Change and its role for climate prediction); 2009 -

past (at MPI-M):

Student Supervision

ongoing (PhD):

  • Matthias Bittner
  • Katharina Meraner

past (PhD):

past (masters/diploma):

  • Marius Stankoweit: "Climate Engineering: Insights from the Model MIND" (main supervisor: H. Held), Univ. of Hamburg, 2013.
  • Andreas Miller: "Middle atmosphere coupling during stratospheric warming events simulated with the HAMMONIA GCM", Univ. of Hamburg, 2011.
  • Anna Possner: "The resolution dependency of simulated tracer transport into the Antarctic polar vortex in ECHAM6", Univ. of Edinburgh, 2010 (main supervisor: D. Stevenson)
  • M. Keller: "Untersuchung der niederfrequenten Variabilitaet in der tropischen Mesosphaere des Chemie-Klimamodelss HAMMONIA", Univ. of Hamburg, 2008
  • Florian Nau: "Planetare Wellen in der MLT im Klimamodell HAMMONIA", Univ. of Osnabrueck, 2008 (main supervisor: M.-B. Kallenrode)

 

 

 

Lectures
  • The middle atmosphere, Univ. of Hamburg, every winter semester, Monday, 8:30-10:00
  • Material for lectures (password protected)

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Curriculum vitae

Birth Place

Lübeck, Germany

 

School

Thomas-Mann-Schule, Lübeck (high school)

 

College/University

University of Cologne, Germany, diploma in geophysics, 1996

 

Ph.D.

University of Cologne, Germany, 1999

 

Ph.D. thesis

Vierdimensionale Datenassimilation nach der Variationsmethode fuer ein mesoskaliges Chemietransportmodell - 4D-Var data assimilation for a mesoscale chemistry transport model

 

Scientist positions

Laboratoire de Meteorologie Dynamique, Paris, France, 1999-2001

National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder, CO, USA: Scientific Visitor, Apr  2006 - Mar 2007

Max Planck Institute for Meteorology, since 2002,

since Apr 2007: Head of the "Middle and Upper Atmosphere Modelling Group"

since Apr 2010: Deputy director of the department "Atmosphere in the Earth System"