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Dr. Hella Ahrends (Kiel)

Abteilung Acker- und Pflanzenbau
Institut für Pflanzenbau und Pflanzenzüchtung Christian-Albrechts
Universität zu Kiel

Email: ahrends@pflanzenbau.uni-kiel.de
Link: http://www.pflanzenbau.uni-kiel.de/de/mitarbeiter/ahrends-hella

Dr. Alessandro Battaglia (Leicester)

Department of Physics & Astronomy,
University of Leicester,
United Kingdom

Email: ab474@le.ac.uk
Link: http://www2.le.ac.uk/departments/physics/people/alessandrobattaglia

Prof. Dr. Nicolas Brüggemann (Jülich)

Forschungszentrum Jülich IBG-3

Email: n.brueggemann@fz-juelich.de
Link: http://www.fz-juelich.de/ibg/ibg-3/EN/Staff/B/Brueggemann%20Nicolas/Brueggemann%20Nicolas.html?nn=1239630

Dr. Sarah Garré

Faculty Gembloux Agro-Bio Tech
University of Liège

Email: sarah.garre@ulg.ac.be
Link: http://www.gembloux.ulg.ac.be/systemes-sol-eau/?page_id=595

Dr. Klaus Görgen (Jülich)

Forschungzentrum Jülich - Jülich Supercomputing Centre

Email: k.goergen@fz-juelich.de
Link: http://www.hpsc-terrsys.de/simlab

Dr. Volker Küll (Bonn)

Meteorological Institute
University of Bonn

Email: volker.kuell@uni-bonn.de
Link: http://www2.meteo.uni-bonn.de/forschung/gruppen/tgwww/people/index_german.php?memid=3

Dr. Markus Küppers (Aachen)

Macromolecular Chemistry
RWTH Aachen University

Email: kueppers@itmc.rwth-aachen.de
Link: http://www.mc.rwth-aachen.de/aw/cms/MC/Themen/Huelle_Personen/personen/Mitarbeiter/~vfl/kueppers/?lang=en

Dr. Roland Martin (Bonn)

Geodynamik/ Angewandte Geophysik
University of Bonn

Email: rmartin@geo.uni-bonn.de
Link: http://www.geo.uni-bonn.de/mitarbeiter/dr.-roland-martin

Dr. Matthieu Masbou (DWD)

Deutscher Wetterdienst

Email: matthieu.masbou@dwd.de

Dr. Mario Mech

Institut für Geophysik und Meteorologie
Universität zu Köln

Email: mech@meteo.uni-koeln.de
Link: http://www.geomet.uni-koeln.de/allgemein/das-institut/mitarbeiter/detailansicht/7533730df31337fc73452f537d5f782e/?L=2&tx_wtdirectory_pi1%5Bshow%5D=44&tx_rggooglemap_pi1%5Bpoi%5D=44

Prof. Dr. Gunter Menz

Geographisches Institut
Universität Bonn

Email: g.menz@geographie.uni-bonn.de
Link: http://www.geographie.uni-bonn.de/forschung/arbeitsgruppe-menz/mitarbeiter/prof.-dr.-gunter-menz

Dr. Valentijn Pauwels

Department of Civil Engineering
Monash University
Clayton, VIC 3800

Email: Valentijn.Pauwels@monash.edu
Link: http://lhwm.ugent.be/~vpauwels/

Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Stahl

Institut für Physikalische Chemie
RWTH Aachen Landoltweg 2
52056 Aachen

Email: w.stahl@rwth-aachen.de
Link: http://www.ipc.rwth-aachen.de/stahl

Dr. Silke Trömel

Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn
Meteorologisches Institut
Auf dem Hügel 20
53121 Bonn

Email: silke.troemel@uni-bonn.de
Link: http://www2.meteo.uni-bonn.de/staff/stroemel/doku.php

Dr. Kathrin Wapler

Deutscher Wetterdienst

Email: kathrin.wapler@dwd.de

Lecture Series (no longer running)

In the TR32 Lecture Series, the diverse themes of the research carried out within the collaborative research centre were introduced by the principal investigators. The lectures were primarily organised for the doctoral students who are members of TR32's Integrated Research Training Group (IRTG), but they were open to all.

In summer 2013, the Lecture Series was replaced by Research Training Days: full-day training events on TR32-related topics.

Schedule TR32 Lecture Series
Speaker & Subject:



Bonn, Meteorological Institute, Auf dem Hügel 20, 53121 Bonn
13:30 - 14:30

Carsten Burstedde

The finite-element method and its applications in geophysics

    14:30 - 15:30

Stefan Kollet

Theoretical principles of transfer of moisture, energy and momentum between the subsurface and the atmosphere

  PC Room 15:30 - 17:00 Introduction to the TR32 modeling platform TerrSysMP



Forschungszentrum Jülich

Jülich Supercomputing Center, Building 16.3, Room 004 (Ground floor)


09:30 - 11:00

Björn Waske & Uwe Rascher

Remote Sensing Day




11:00 - 14:30 Exercises
    14:30 - 16:00

Site visits JOYCE (Jülich ObservatorY for Cloud Evolution) and Greenhouses




Seminar Room, Institute for Geophysics and Meteorology, Kerpener Str. 13, D-50937 Köln

12:30 - 13:45

Bernhard Blümich

Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR)

for presentation: see TR32DB

    14:00 - 15:15

Karl Schneider

Land-surface processes

for presentation: see TR32DB



Köln, Kastanienhof, Statthalterhofweg 70, 50858 Köln

09:30 - 10:45


Christoph Clauser

General geophysics

for presentation: see TR32DB

(morning of Geoverbund ABC/J Sommerfest)
    11:00 - 12:15

Wulf Amelung

Soil organic chemistry

for presentation: see TR32DB

    12:30 - 14:00


including lunch



Meteorological Institute, Auf dem Hügel 20, 53121 Bonn

Electrical and electromagnetic methods for hydrogeophysical applications

Andreas Kemna

Part 1: Resistivity and induced polarization methods

for presentation: see TR32DB

(afternoon of TR32 General Meeting)  

Jan van der Kruk

Part 2: Electromagnetic induction and ground-penetrating radar methods

for presentation: see TR32DB

Van der Kruk & Kemna with students

Part 3: Discussion based on selected case histories

Main hydrogeophysical applications and methodological challenges




Hörsaal E,

Universitätsstr. 35
50931 Köln



Hendrik Elbern

Data assimilation principles

Data assimilation combines all available information from observations, remote sensing measurements, the model, and other statistical data, to produce an optimally estimated "analysis", preferably with error bars.
The lecture will provide first motivation and fundamental basics of data assimilation, the meaning of "optimal", the relation to Inverse Modelling, and then an overview of popular approaches.
Finally, a view on today's state-of-the-art four-dimensional variational approach, the ensemble Kalman filter will be given.
The presentation aims to serve as a help for identifying the suitable data assimilation algorithm for own purposes.

for presentation: see TR32DB


Harrie-Jan Hendricks Franssen

Data assimilation in hydrology

The second hour will focus on data assimilation methods in hydrology. The main uncertainties that affect hydrological predictions will be listed and discussed and it will be clarified how (sequential) data assimilation methods are therefore adapted to optimally handle these uncertainty sources.

A focus will be on parameter estimation in the context of sequential data assimilation methods. Also a few examples will be given.

for presentation: see TR32DB

    11:30 to 12:30 Exercises




Room 0024 of E.ON Energy Research Center, RWTH Aachen University

09:30 to 10:40

Georg Bareth

Geoinformatics (Lecture and discussion)

The core idea of the presentation is to introduce (i) the definition of Geoinformatics, (ii) basic concepts, and (iii) all day applications. Additionally, ongoing project activities (e.g. TR32DB) will be explained as case studies.

(morning of TR32 General Meeting)
    10:50 to 12:00

Heye Bogena

Environmental monitoring (Lecture and discussion)

In the presentation the environmental monitoring concept of the TERENO will be described. The Wüstebach research station is taken as an example to illustrate the potential of intensive hydrologic monitoring for process analysis at the subcatchment scale.

for presentation: see TR32DB



Bonn University

Meckenheimer Allee 176; Room 0.005


Michael Herbst


The first lecture is focused on basic multivariate geostatistics. Three major problem areas of geostatistics will be addressed: quantifying spatial variability (variograms), multivariate spatial interpolation (kriging), and stochastic simulation.
for presentation: see TR32DB
Basic literature is available from m.herbst@fz-juelich.de

Bernd Diekkrüger

Patterns in Hydrology

The second lecture will focus on patterns, processes and functions in catchment hydrology. Besides description, analysis and modelling of patterns, scale dependencies in space and time will be discussed.

for presentation: see TR32DB
Further reading is available for download: icon_pdf Unified Theory; icon_pdf Spatial Patterns [check links]

12:00 to 13:00

TR32 Seminar

Anja Stadler (Bonn)

    13:00 to 13:45

Lunch break

(Lunch not provided)

    13:45 to 15:30


Seminar room Kerpener Straße 13

Yaping Shao

Large eddy modeling of atmosphere and land surface interaction

This lecture provides a general description of turbulence and turbulent transfer. The turbulent kinetic energy equation and the turbulent energy spectrum will be explained. The concept of large eddy and large eddy modeling will be introduced. Examples of large eddy modeling will be given.

for presentation: see TR32DB


Jan Vanderborght

Inverse Modelling

In this lecture I will briefly give the concept of inverse modelling, the definition of an objective function, multi-objective versus single objective optimisation, and local versus global optimisation. After introducing the concepts and definitions, an often used local optimisation procedure and its similarities with linear regression will be presented. Finally, the uncertainty of the inversely estimated parameters will be discussed.

for presentation: see TR32DB

Bonn University
Meteorological Institute

Uwe Rascher
Photosynthesis: from light to biomass, part 1

This lecture introduces some of the phenomena that lie at the basis of photosynthesis: light as an electromagnetic wave; light absorption in plant pigments; charge separation in the photosystem and provision of enery-rich chemical bonds. Methodological hyperspectral and fluorescence techniques are introduced and their potential to quantify the functional status of photosynthetic charge separation is discussed.

for presentation: see TR32DB


Frank Ewert
Photosynthesis: from light to biomass, part 2

This lecture concentrates on carbon dioxide fixation, evaporation, biomass allocation and respiration. Further, photosynthesis at the leaf vs. the canopy level and biomass prediction models are addressed.

for presentation: see TR32DB

Fr 04.11.2011 Bonn University
Meteorological Institute

Andreas Bott
Atmospheric modelling

for presentation: see TR32DB


Clemens Simmer
Introduction to meteorology

for presentation: see TR32DB


FZ Jülich
Seminar room 249

in Building 15.1 (Entrance E2)


09:30 Lutz Weihermüller
Theory of flow of water in soils
This lecture covers the principles of water flow in soils. We will briefly cover: soil as a three-phase system, capillarity and matric potential, saturated and unsaturated flow equation, and parameterization of unsaturated flow models.
for presentation: see TR32DB
    10:30 Sander Huisman
Soil hydrological measurements for unsaturated water flow
This lecture discusses the toolkit of a vadose zone hydrologist for investigating unsaturated flow. We will briefly discuss the measurement principle of tensiometers and common soil water content sensors. The limitations of these local scale measurements will be discussed, and the need for alternative measurement strategies will be made clear. Next, remote sensing, wireless sensor networks, cosmic ray neutron probes and hydrogeophysical measurements will be briefly introduced and the potential and drawbacks to investigate unsaturated water flow will be discussed.
for presentation: see TR32DB

Bonn University
Meteorological Institute


Susanne Crewell
An Introduction to TR32: Soil-Vegetation-Atmosphere Systems

Transregional Collaborative Research Centre 32 "Patterns in Soil-Vegetation-Atmosphere-Systems: Monitoring, Modelling and Data Assimilation" was initiated in 2007. Its main hypothesis is that a better understanding of the exchange mechanisms between the different compartments of the Earth system can be gained from pattern analysis. This lecture provides an overview of the main achievements and conclusions of the first funding phase and looks ahead to the main research questions and challenges for the second funding phase, which started at the beginning of 2011.

for presentation: see TR32DB


Stefan Kollet
Simulation of terrestrial systems

Simulation of terrestrial systems involves the understanding and mathematical representation of the coupled mass, energy and momentum balances from the subsurface across the land surface into the atmosphere and vice versa. The objective is to treat the terrestrial system in an integrated fashion instead of simulating each compartment (e.g., the subsurface and atmosphere) separately. In this endeavor, we are facing natural interfaces, which are characterized by complex physical and chemical processes that must be accounted for in the simulations. Starting in the subsurface, we will take a journey and will work our way up toward the atmosphere traversing interfaces, such as the free groundwater table; the interface between groundwater and surface water; and the land surface with turbulent transfer of mass, energy and momentum into the lower atmosphere. Along our way, we will learn about the basic theoretical concepts of simulating the terrestrial system in an integrated fashion and, maybe even more important, we will gain understanding of the major simplifying assumptions and uncertainties involved.

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Application forms

Here are links to

    For general TR32 administrative forms, please see under "Menu Intranet>Administration>Application Forms"


Travel reimbursement - IRTG Events

Travel costs incurred by participatin in IRTG events will be reimbursed by the University of Cologne. Please send the completed application for travel reimbursement with all relevant original receipts by post in time (latest 5 months after travel) to the IRTG coordinator.


Official documents

    Agreement of Supervision ( icon word Word | icon pdf pdf )

    Doctoral student annotated task list ( icon pdf pdf)
    Ordnung der IRTG (Statutes of the IRTG - German only) (icon pdf pdf)

Doctoral Committee rules and guidelines

Here you can find:

project irtgThe Integrated Research Training Group (IRTG, Graduate School) prepares doctoral students both directly working in TR32 and some associated with the project to work independently in academia or industry.

At the same time it provides skills and tools for solving interdisciplinary scientific and applied problems. This is achieved by a fusion of educational, technical and scientific community modules.

Emphasis is placed on the challenges that young scientists face in the professional world that range from quantitative problem solving to operating competitively in an international scientific community and industry.

On this page you can find information on the IRTG Grants and further opportunities offered by the IRTG.


Invited Speaker Programme | TR32 Fellowships | International Coop. GrantsSummer School Grants | Proof readingLinux ClustersTemplate for IRTG Grant reports

Invited Speaker Programme

All IRTG members can apply to invite a renowned scholar from outside TR32. The aim of this Invited Speaker Programme is to promote the interaction of TR32 doctoral students with renowned national and international scientists. Students will have the opportunity to meet the speaker in a group or one-to-one, and to take the speaker for lunch. Per application, a maximum of €1250 can be awarded.

The application form can be found here (login required).

Succesful applicants are awarded 2 credits.

These researches have already been invited by the IRTG members:

Name   Affiliation   Project   Title   Host   date from   date to
Prof. Pavlos Kollias   McGill, Montreal, Canada   D5   Using Cloud Radars for boundary layer observations   Maximilian Maahn   10.10.12  


Prof. Dan Yakir   Dept. of Env. Sciences and Energy Research, Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, Israel   C1   COS (carbonyl sulfide) as a tracer of CO2 fluxes and as a specific tracer of Gross Primary Production   Michael Stockinger   10.03.13   14.03.13
Dr. Mohsen Zarebanadkouki   Inst. of Soil Science and Soil Hydrology, Georg-August Univ. Göttingen, Germany   B4   A new method to image and quantify water flow in roots using neutron radiography and deuterated water   Katrin Huber    14.10.13   15.10.13
Prof. Bruce Balcom   Physics Department, University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, Canada   A1   MRI/NMR methods for moisture imaging/measurements in porous media   Steffen Merz    11.11.13   12.11.13
Dr. Samuel Levis    NCAR, Boulder, USA   D2   Implementing crop management into the CLM4.5: Parameterization and validation   Sebastian Wieneke   18.07.14    21.07.14
Dr. Yakov Pachepsky   USDA-ARS Environmental Microbial & Food Safety Laboratory, Beltsville, MD, USA   B1   Patterns in soil-plant-atmosphere systems   Philipp Pohlig   29.05.16   06.06.16
Dr. Lars Nerger   Alfred Wegener Institute (AWI), Bremerhaven, Germany   Z2   Ensemble Data Assimilation with the Parallel Data Assimilation Framework (PDAF)   Clarissa Figura   14.04.16   15.04.16
P.A. Ty Ferre   University of Arizona, Hydrology and Water Resource   B6   2016 Darcy Distinguished Lecture - Seeing Things Differently: Rethinking the Relationship between Data and Models   Christian von Hebel   18.05.16   22.05.16
Dmitri Moisseev   Division if Atmospheric Sciences, Deparment of Physics, University of Helsinki, Finland   D5   Remote sensing, radar signal processing   Gordon Diefenthal   20.05.16   23.05.16


TR32 Fellowship

PIs (Principle Investigators) in TR32 can apply for a fellowship for a (doctoral) student from outside TR32 for him/her to work within TR32 for up to 6 months. Funding is available for 6 months per TR32 location per year.

The application procedure and form can be found through this link (login required).

Previous fellowships were awarded to:

Fellow   Affiliation   Title   TR32 Host   Project   Date
Alali, Firas   TU-Berlin, Chair of Water Resources Management and Modeling of Hydrosystem, Department of Civil Engineering; Berlin, Germany   The influence of clay content, water content and pore water conductivity on NMR and SIP petrophysical parameters   Klitzsch, Norbert   A1   May 15-November 15, 2011
Cilia, Chiara   University of Milano Bicocca; Milano, Italy   Analysis of hyperspectral data from a novel high resolution imaging spectrometer   Rascher, Uwe   D2   January 28 - April 27, 2013
Duarte, Sandra   Universidad Cientifica del Sur; Lima, Peru   Investigation of spatio-temporal patterns of C-fluxes in a temporate grassland   Borchard, Nils   B1    April 1-May 15, 2013
Koebernick, Nicolai   Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research; Leipzig, Germany   Dynamic root water uptake responses -comparison of 4D X-ray tomographieswith the model R-SWMS   Vanderborght, Jan   B4   September 15-October 15, 2012
Koebernick, Nicolai   Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research; Leipzig, Germany   Modelling of water uptake in three-dimensional root systems of Vicia faba   Vanderborght, Jan   B4   August 15 - February 14, 2013
Kumjian, Matthew   University of Oklahoma, Department of Meteorlogy; Norman, Oklahoma, United States   Support of polarimetric radar interpolation in terms of precipitation generation mechanisms   Simmer, Clemens   C4   July 08-August 08, 2011
Larsen, Morten A.D.   University of Copenhagen, Institute of Geography and Geology, HYACINTS project; Copenhagen, Denmark   A coupled climate-hydrological model for a Danish catchment   Rihani, Jehan   C4   December 15, 2012 - January 14, 2013
Li, Min   Chinese Academy of Sciences, Institute of Atmospheric Physics; Beijing, China   Large-Eddy Simulation of atmosphere and land interactionns over heterogeneous surfaces   Shao, Yaping   D6   May 15-November 11, 2011
McRobie, Fiona       Comparative simulations of WRF with and without the hydrological-coupled model PARFLOW.   Shao, Yaping   D6   October 01-December 31, 2012
Mulle, Alice   SupAgro, Montpellier, France   Photosynthetic responses of wheat leaves to contrasting soil water availability in a heterogeneous field   Ewert, Frank   B5   July 15 - September 14, 2012
Williams, John L.   Colorado School of Mines, Hydrologic Science and Engineering Program; Golden, Colorado, United States   PF.WRF and PF.CLM.COSMO: a model intercomparison   Masbou, Matthieu   Z4   September 03 - December 02, 2012
Jefferson, Jennifer   Colorado School of Mines, Hydrologic Science and Engineering Program; Golden, Colorado, United States   Connecting land surface modling with vegetation observation   Rascher, Uwe   D2   May 3- June 18, 2015


International Cooperation Grants

Travel grants are available to support research stays of our doctoral students at in international research institution or university. Their aim is to promote international collaboration of TR32 doctoral students. These funds are coordinated by the Integrated Research Training Group coordinator. Here is a link to the application form.

Doctoral students can apply for a maximum of 800€ for travel costs as well as an allowance of 100€ per month. In principle, these grants are for up to 3 months. In special cases, longer stay can be supported.

Successful applicants must submit a short report (including a photo) of their activities for the IRTG website to the IRTG coordinator within two weeks after their return, by e-mail .

Student   Project   Affiliation   Host   Date
Qu, Wie   C1   USDA-ARS Environmental Microbial and Food Safety Laboratory, Beltsville Maryland, USA   Yakov Pachepsky   March 01 - May 30, 2013
Rabbel, Inken   C1   Department of Biology / Centre of Excellence PLECO, University of Antwerp, Belgium   Gaby Deckmyn   June, 2016


Summer School Grants

The TR32 directorate has allocated funds for the participation in Summer schools by IRTG members. They are primarily to pay for summer school fees.

The link to the application form can be downloaded here (login required).

Successful applicants must submit a short report (including a photo) of their activities for the IRTG website to the IRTG coordinator within two weeks after their return, by e-mail.

Student   Section   Title   Date   Location
Wieneke, Sebastian   D2   Greencycles II Training Workshop   Februrary 24 - 28, 2013   MPI Jena, Germany
Krebsbach, Katharina   D5   GEOSTSAT Quebec City 2013   May 26 - June 2, 2013   Quebec City, Canada
Bick, Theresa   C6   Data Assimilation in Geosciences   June 03 - 14, 2013   Maryland, USA
Merz, Steffen   A1   Ampere NMR School   June 23 - 29, 2013   Zakopane, Poland
Klimpt, Johannes   A3   Advanced School on Data Assimilation   June 24 - 28, 2013   Bologna, Italy
Cai, Xin   A1   Ecole Chercheur des Racines et des Sols   June 26 - 29, 2013   Montpellier, France
Hasan, Sayeh   C1   5th International Summer school on Radar/SAR   July, 12 - 19, 2013   Bonn, Germany
Zerenner, Tanja   C4   GECCO 2013 (Genetic an Evolutionary Computation Conference)   July 6 - 10, 2013   Amsterdam, NL
Klimpt, Johannes   A3   Advanced School on Data Assimilation   June 24 - 28, 2013   Bologna, Italy
Esch, Sabrina   C3   5th ESA Advanced Training Course on Land Remote Sensing   September 8-12, 2014   Valencia, Spain
Dienfethal, Gordan   D5   ITaRS Summer School on Clouds and Precipitation: Obeservation and Processes   September 8-17, 2014   Jülich, Germany
Foncesa, Jose   D8   FOMICS Winter School on Computational Fluid Dynamics   November 10-14, 2014   Lugano, Switzerland
Zerenner, Tanja   C4   EvoStar2015   April 8-10, 2015   Copenhagen, Denmark
Esch, Sabrina   C3   3rd ESA Advanced Course on Radar Polarimetry   January 19-23, 2015   Frascati , Italy
Knist, Sebastian   C4   The 16th Annual WRF Users' Workshop   June 15-19, 2015   Boulder, Colorado, USA
Esch, Sabrina   C3   Non-linear methods for complex systems analysis   September 28- October 2, 2015   Cologne, Germany
Walther, Dorina   D7   PhD Course Spatial Uncertainty Propagation   November 10-13, 2015   Copenhagen, Denmark
Esch, Sabrina   C3   Summer School Alpbach -  Satellite Observation of the Global Water Cycle   July 12-21, 2016   Tirol, Austria
Schinagl, Katharina   D5   School BCAM-IMUVA Summer School on Uncertainty Quantification for Applied Problems   July 4-7, 2016   Bilbao, Spain


Proof reading

IRTG offers a proof reading service to its members. There is a set amount of time available per person. The corrections are made by a native speaker with ample experience in correcting academic texts in natural sciences. The service is primarily aimed at an advanced version of manuscripts for journal articles.

Please contact the IRTG coordinator if you are interested and allow at least a month before the submission deadline of your paper.

Student   Title   When
Theresa Bick        
Sabrina Esch        
Steffen Mertz        
Tanja Zerenner        
Christian von Hebel   Large Scale Electrical Conductivity Estimation Using Quantitative Multi-Configuration Electromagnetic Induction Sensing Data   August 2012
Ali Muhammed   Estimation and Validation of RapidEye-based Time Series of Leaf Area Index for Winter Wheat   January 2014
Thomas Cornellisen   Influence of spatial resolution on the simulation of spatio-temporal soil moisture variability in a forest catchment using the model HydroGeoSphere   February 2013
Sayah Hassan   Soil moisture estimation (Introduction and Conclusion)   January 2014
Johannes Klimpt   CO2 ux estimation by 4D-Var data assimilation of in situ and remote sensing data   January 2014
Anja Stadler   Quantifying the effects of soil variability on crop growth using apparent soil electrical conductivity measurements   February 2014
Maximilian Maahn   How does the space-borne radar blind-zone a_ect 1 derived surface snowfall statistics in polar regions?   September 2014
Johannes Kenkel   IP Sensitivities of complex anisotropic subsurfaces   December 2014
Henning Schiedung   Seasonal variability of labile carbon fractions under arable land   April 2015
Nele Meyer   Carbon saturation drives spatial variability and losses of soil organic matter under bare fallow management   October 2015
Yen-Sen Lu   Introduction to dissertation   December 2015
Sebastian Wieneke   Airborne based spectroscopy of red and far-red sun-induced chlorophyll fluorescence to improve estimates of gross primary productivity   December 2015
Steffen Mertz        
Inken Rabbel   Quantifying uncertainty in analyzing sapflow measurements on different time scales.   March 2016
Henning Schiedung   Paper draft    June 2016

Linux Clusters

Doctoral students at each TR32 location have access to a Linux Cluster for High-Performance Computing. Arrangements for the use of the cluster need to be made on a personal bases. Please contact the IRTG coordinator if you are interested.

Template for IRTG Grant reports

 By accepting an IRTG Grant (Summer School Grant, TR32 Fellowship, International Cooperation Grant) its recipients agree to send a report of their journey within two weeks after their return; these reports are published on the IRTG website. Please use this template for your report.



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