RD4 - Ph.D. Candidates

 
Name, Surname Start year PIK SupervisorArea of Research or proposed theme of dissertationUniversity

Banarjee, Abhirup

2018

Jürgen Kurths/Norbert Marwan

Recurrence Analysis of event like hydrological data with uncertainties

Humboldt-University Berlin

Beaufils, Timothé

2020

Anders Levermann

How to make a low-carbon economy climate-resilient?

University of Potsdam

Braun, Tobias

2019

Jürgen Kurths/Norbert Marwan

Complex Network Analysis and Regime Shift Detection in Climate Systems

University of Potsdam

George, Nitin Babu

2018

Jürgen Kurths/Elena Surovyatkina

Nonlinear processes in spatially distributed systems with applications in climate and technology

Humboldt-University Berlin

Gupta, Shraddha

2019

Jürgen Kurths

tba

Humboldt-University Berlin

Hassanibesheli, Forough

2017

Jürgen Kurths/Reik Donner

tba

Henry, Kelsey D. Barton

2020

Anders Levermann

tba

TU Berlin

Katzenberger, Anja

2021

Anders Levermann

Abrupt Monsoon Transitions

University of Potsdam

Klose, Ann Kristin

2020

Ricarda Winkelmann, Anders Levermann

Early-wrning indicators for Antarctic ice loss

University of Potsdam

Kuhla, Kilian

2017

Anders Levermann

Pressure on global transport and trade network due to climate extremes and their repercussion

University of Potsdam

Kotz, Maximilian

2019

Anders Levermann

Empirical analysis and agent-based modeling of individual and collective adaptation strategies to weather extremes

University of Potsdam

Middelanis, Robin 2020 Anders Levermann Short- and long-term dynamics of shock propagation in the global supply network induced byclimate extremes
Plietzsch, Anton 2019 Jürgen Kurths tba Humboldt-University Berlin
Quante, Lennart 2020 Anders Levermann Analyse der Anpassung des globalen Versorgungsnetzwerks an den Klimawandel University of Potsdam
Riechers, Keno 2019 Niklas Boers Interactions and impacts of abrupt climate transitions in the past tba
Singh, Kanwal 2018 tba Data Visualization for Weather and Climate change
Stechemesser, Annika 2019 Anders Levermann Understanding societal conflicts in response to weather extremes: a non-linear data analysis and machine learning approach University of Potsdam