First INTEXseas results presented at EGU in Vienna
First INTEXseas results on ‘Defining extreme rainy seasons: methodology and insights into extremeness and persistence’ by Emmanouil Flaounas, Michael Sprenger and Heini Wernli will be presented his at EGU in Vienna as a poster presentation on Wednesday, 10 April at 14.00 in Hall X5, in the session ‘The atmospheric water cycle: processes, dynamics and characteristics’. […]
Matthias Röthlisberger joins the INTEXseas team
Dr. Matthias Röthlisberger joins the INTEXseas team starting on 1 February 2019. Matthias has obtained his PhD at the University of Bern, Switzerland where he has worked as a PostDoc prior to joining the INTEXseas team at IAC ETH Zürich.
Maxi Böttcher officially joins the INTEXseas team
Dr. Maxi Böttcher officially joins the INTEXseas team starting on 1 January 2019. Maxi has obtained her PhD at University of Mainz, Germany and has worked on various projects in the group of Heini Wernli at IAC ETH Zürich as a senior scientist before joining the INTEXseas team. Welcome Maxi!
Emmanouil Flaounas joins the INTEXseas team
Dr. Emmanouil Flaounas joins the INTEXseas team starting on 1 November 2018. Emmanouil has obtained his PhD at LMD in Paris and has worked at the National Observatory of Athens prior to joining the INTEXseas team at IAC ETH Zürich. Welcome Manos!
Start of the INTEXseas project
Start of the INTEXseas project at ETH Zürich On 1 November 2018 the ERC-funded INTEXseas project officially started at the Institute of Atmospheric and Climate Science at ETH Zürich. In this project led by Prof. Dr. Heini Wernli a team of three postdocs and two doctoral students will investigate how the atmosphere generates extreme […]