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Sebastian Wieneke

Ph.D. Student in D2

 

University of Cologne
Institute of
Geophysics and Meteorology

Pohligstr. 3
50969 Cologne
Germany

 

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Sebastian Wieneke

SFB/TR32 - Project affiliations

D2 - Experimental study of spatio-temporal structures in atmosphere-landsurface energy, water and CO2 exchange

MGK - Integrated Research Training Group (IRTG) – all doctoral students

Doctoral research topic

Project start date: 02/12

"Improved modeling of vegetation photosynthesis and transpiration under highly variable ambient conditions by using remote sensing observations"

Advisor:

Prof. Dr. Karl Schneider

Prof. Dr. Uwe Rascher

Prof. Dr. Susanne Crewell

Scientific interests

  • Regional landsurface Modeling
  • Photosynthesis modeling
  • Sun induced chlorophyll fluorescence

Education

2005-2011: Diploma degree in Geography, University of Marburg

Thesis title: “Bottom-Up” N2O and NOx inventory for tropical savanna soils in northern Australia - Empirical and process based modeling and data-induced uncertainties

Appointments

04/2014 - now: Student representative and steering committee member of the Cologne Graduate School of Geoscience (GSGS)

02/2012 - now: PhD Student at the Institute for Geoscience and Meteorologie - University of Cologne

05/2011 - 08/2011: Internship Senckenberg Gesellschaft für Naturforschung - Biodiversity and Climate Research Centre (BiK-F)

07/2010 - 02/2011: Scientific assistant at the Institute for Meteorology and Climate Research – Atmospheric Environmental Research, Garmisch-Partenkirchen

10/2008 - 02/2010: Tutor in computer based cartography at the University of Marburg

06/2007 - 07/2010: Tutor in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) at the University of Marburg

Conference contributions

Wieneke, S., H.E. Ahrends, A. Schickling & U. Rascher, 2014: A comparison between measured and modeled GPP land sun induced chlorophyll fluorescence, 5th International Workshop on Remote Sensing of Vegetation Fluorescence, Paris, France, 22-24/04/2014

Wieneke, S., H.E. Ahrends, J. Schween, A. Schickling & U. Rascher, 2014: Improved modeling of photosynthesis by assimilation of remotely sensed chlorophyll fluorescence into the landsurface model CLM4, Global Vegetation Monitoring and Modeling, Avignion, France, 03-07/02/2014

Wieneke, S., H.E. Ahrends, J. Schween, A. Schickling & U. Rascher, 2013: Assimilation of remotely sensed chlorophyll fluorescence data into the landsurface model CLM4, AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, USA, 09-13/12/2013

Wieneke, S., H.E. Ahrends, J. Schween, A. Schickling, S. Crewell & U. Rascher, 2013: Use of remotely sensed chlorophyll fluorescence to improve modeling of land-surface atmosphere interactions, TR32 - Symposium Bonn, Germany, 11-14/03/2013

Wieneke, S., H.E. Ahrends, J. Schween, A. Schickling, S. Crewell & U. Rascher, 2012:Assimilation of remotely sensed fluorescence data into the landsurface model CLM4, AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, USA, 03-07/12/2012

Wieneke, S., H.E. Ahrends, J. Schween, A. Schickling, S. Crewell & U. Rascher, 2012: Improved modeling of vegetation photosynthesis under highly variable ambient conditions by use remote sensing observations, HOBE - TR32 workshop, Sandbjerg Castle, Denmark, 01/04/2012.

Publications

Metzger, S; Junkermann, W; Mauder, M; Butterbach-Bahl, K; Trancón y Widemann, B; Neidl, F; Schäfer, K; Wieneke, S; Zheng, X H; Schmid, HP; Foken, T, 2013: Spatially explicit regionalization of airborne flux measurements using environmental response functions, Biogeosciences, 10, 2193-2217

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