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Disputations of PIK PhD students

The table shows the dates of recently held and forthcoming disputations of PIK PhD students. Feel free to join the events and benefit from this experience.

Please note, the doctoral cape can be picked up at Christine von Bloh's office (A62 R. 0.07)!

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Disputations held in the previous years you can find here.

Disputations 2018

PhD studentTitleDisciplineLocation and time
Bernhard Schauberger Improving crop models with respect to yield variability and climate extremes as a precondition for food security assessments Agricultural economics HU Berlin
24.01.2018, 10 a.m.
Thaer Institute, Invalidenstraße 42, Room 1231 (2nd floor)
Michel Wortman Climate impact assessment of high-mountain, glacier melt dominated catchments using the Soil and Water Integrated Model (SWIM): the Tarim tributaries, NW China Geography University College London
26.01.2018
Sabine Auer The Stability and Control of Power Grids with High Renewable Energy Share Physics HU Berlin
30.01.2018, 11 a.m.
IRIS building, Room 1'07, Zum Großen Windkanal 6, Campus Adlershof
Tim Kittel
Transient Analysis of Complex Dynamical Systems in the Context of Sustainability Physics HU Berlin
07.02.2018, 9 a.m.
LCP, Room 1'12, Newtonstraße 14, Adlershof
Christoph Gornott Improving crop modeling approaches for supporting farmers to cope with weather risks Agriculture HU Berlin
16.02.2018, 10 a.m.
Thaer Institute, Invalidenstraße 42, Room 1007 (ground floor)
Chiranjit Mitra Stability of dynamical processes on complex networks Physics HU Berlin
16.03.2018, 3 p.m.
Room 1'15, Newtonstraße 14, Campus Adlershof
Paul Schultz Stability Concepts of Networked Infrastructure Networks Physics HU Berlin
27.03.2018, 2 p.m.
IRIS building, Room 1'07, Zum Großen Windkanal 6, Campus Adlershof
Marlene Kretschmer Disentangling Causal Pathways of the Stratospheric Polar Vortex - A Machine Learning Approach Climate physics Potsdam University
23.04.2018, 4 p.m.
PIK, A56, Conference Hall
Julian Maluck The complex network topology of trade in a globalized world Physics HU Berlin
03.05.2018, 3 p.m.
Room 1'202, Newtonstraße 15, Campus Adlershof
Sebastian Ostberg Joint impacts of climate and land use change on the terrestrial biosphere Geography HU Berlin
09.05.2018, 2 p.m.
Schrödinger-Zentrum, Room 0'101 (Vortragsraum), Rudower Chaussee 2
Anastasia Lobanova The assessment of hydrological impacts of climate change and their implications for water management across scales: fromthe local to European scale Hydrology TU Berlin
17.05.2018, 9 a.m.
Gustav-Meyer-Allee 25,
Buildng 25, Stair 1, Room 220
Kai Kornhuber Rossby Wave Dynamics and Changes in Summertime Weather Extremes Climate Physics Potsdam University
25.05.2018, 10 a.m.
PIK, A31
Stefanie Becker From Regimes to Grassroots innovations: a framework for understanding the causes of the barriers to community-based initiative and their impacts on transitions Political Science Potsdam University
04.07.2018, 2 p.m.
Campus Griebnitzsee
Building 6, Room S22
Ronja Reese
The far reach of ice-shelf thinning in Antarctica Climate Physics Potsdam University
06.07.2018, 12 a.m.
PIK, A31

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