Teaching

Exkursion to Germany in April 2022 with MSc Meteorology students; (c) Manfred Brath

Understanding climate and addressing the challenges of climate change requires sustained efforts that unify the talents of many. An important goal of us is to help educate and mentor the next generation of climate and Earth system scientists, and to contribute to making climate science more diverse and inclusive. At the Department of Meteorology and Geophysics we have recently completely overhauled our BSc and MSc study programs with a strong focus on climate.

We contribute to the teaching of climate issues to a broad audience of students. We have contributed to the UNIVIE MOOC “KliMO: Klimawandel – Wissenschaftliche Grundlagen” in 2021, and we continue to contribute to the related Erweiterungscurriculum at the UNIVIE Faculty of Earth Sciences, Geography and Astronomy. We also teach meteorology and climate science for the MSc Computational Science of UNIVIE.

A complete list of our past and ongoing teaching activities can be retrieved for individual team members from https://ufind.univie.ac.at (e.g., for Aiko Voigt).

We continously offer topics for BSc and MSc theses related to our research. If you are interested in working with us please get in contact with Aiko Voigt.

MSc Theses

  • Manuel Huber (ongoing): Atmospheric and surface pathways of the cloud-radiative impact on the circulation response to warming
  • Klara Butz (ongoing): The radiative impact of clouds on extratropical cyclones
  • Kerstin Haslehner (ongoing): Ice cloud radiative effects and their impact on climate

BSc Theses

  • David Schuhbauer (ongoing): Niederschlagsvariabilität in der Sahelzone auf der täglichen Skala in expliziten Konvetionsmodellen und TRACMIP Simulationen
  • Natalie Auer (ongoing): Wolkenstrahlungseffekte in einer Schneeball-Erde-Simulation
  • Romana Springer (2022): Wie beeinflusst eine globale Erwärmung den Eisgehalt in der Atmosphäre? Eine Analyse mithilfe von Klimamodellen des CMIP6