Post Doctoral Researcher
Lucia’s work involves constraining global climate models using in-situ and satellite observations to better estimate the aerosol and cloud radiative forcing that could improve future projections of climate change.
Postdoctoral Research Assistant
Feifei examines the use of U-series isotopes as a paleoceanographic proxy to understand the variations in deep ocean circulation during important climate events in the past. Her particular interest is in understanding how ocean and climate systems interacted with each other in the past thereby giving an insight into how ocean might respond to future climate change.
University Research Lecturer
Anu investigates radiative transfer modelling for the infrared and microwave, maintaining the Reference Forward Model (RFM) software. Retrievals of atmospheric temperature and composition using high spectral resolution infrared sounders (MIPAS,IASI), maintaining MORSE retrieval software.
Climate Research Analysis Officer
Sebastian’s work is focused primarily on processes controlling the spatial and temporal variability of atmospheric dust occurrence in North Africa as well as the World’s desert regions in general. Through the current project ”Fennec – The Saharan Climate System”, he is specifically interested in links between the Saharan Heat Low and atmospheric dust.