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ATMO scientific speaker
Portrait Prof. Dr. Johannes Orphal

Prof. Dr. Johannes Orphal

Head of Institute IMK-ASF

Phone: +49 721 608-29121

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ATMO programme manager
Portrait Peter Bremer

Dipl.-Biologe Peter Bremer

Master of Technology

Phone: +49 721 608-28595

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ATMO scientific officer
Andrea Meyn

Dr. Andrea Meyn

Phone: +49 721 608-28366

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Helmholtz Programme Atmosphere and Climate (ATMO)

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We investigate the role of the atmosphere in the dynamic climate system and its underlying processes.

 

ATMO research contributes to the understanding of

  • the long-term atmospheric composition change and associated climate change
  • the degradation of air quality

 

occuring in response to

  • increasing anthropogenic forcings (emissions, land-use change)
  • biosphere-atmosphere-climate feedbacks
  • interactions with changes in the water cycle

 

The Programme Atmosphere and Climate (ATMO) is embedded within the structure of the Helmholtz-Association. It is one of the five research programmes in the Helmholtz Research Field Earth and Environment that aims at understanding the System Earth to ensure that our planet remains ecologically stable and that the climate equilibrium is not knocked out of balance.

Funding provided through the Helmholtz programme is supplemented by third-party funding.

 

 
Stiftungsprofesur Joquim Pinto
New Endowed Professorship at KIT: Risks of Extreme Weather Events

Joaquim Pinto’s Research Focuses on Regional Climate and Weather Hazards – AXA Research Fund supports a new Chair at the Institute of Meteorology and Climate Research with EUR 1.8 Million

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Cloud Physics: KIT Researcher Receives ERC Starting Grant

Corinna Hoose Will Study the Composition of Clouds in the Next Five Years – Relevant to Weather and Climate Models – European Research Council Provides Funding of EUR 1.5 Million

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Saharan Dust: Reliable Forecasts for Photovoltaic Output

Measurements carried out at KIT will determine the effect of soiled solar panels on the output of photovoltaic systems caused by deposited mineral dust.

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Winemakers Lose Billions of Dollars Every Year due to Natural Disasters

A multidisciplinary European-Australian team of researchers led by Dr. James Daniell (KIT) examines the extent to which regions are affected by the risks and how climate change influences wine industry.

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