M.Sc. Andreas Morr

Doctoral Researcher


Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK)
P.O. Box 60 12 03
14412 Potsdam

Andreas Morr is a mathematician and physicist working on the European research project „Tipping Points in the Earth System“ (TiPES) within PIK and in collaboration with the ESM group at TU Munich.

Coming from a background of stochastic analysis and modelling, I am applying continuous-time approaches to dynamical systems and noise to derive statistical methods for discrete time series data. For certain earth subsystems in which these low complexity model assumptions are justified, state stability and the possibility of approaching tipping points may be estimated by these statistical methods. In my past work, I have largely worked on vegetation subsystems and their stable states in consideration of vegetation-precipitation feedbacks.

Since 11/2022: PhD Student in Earth System Modeling at Technical University Munich
Since 07/2022: Doctoral Researcher in RD4 at Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research
10/2019-07/2022: Master of Science in Mathematics at Humboldt University, Berlin
04/2021-10/2021: Research Assistant at Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Mathematics, Kaiserslautern
02/2020-04/2020: Research Assistant at Helmholtz Center for Environmental Research, Leipzig
10/2016-10/2019: Bachelor of Science in Physics at University of Bonn
08/2017-10/2017: Research Intern at University of Temuco, Chile
10/2015-10/2018: Bachelor of Science in Mathematics at University of Bonn