by Sarah Henkel

After four years of intensive training, ITaRS came to an end on March 31, 2016. Our fellows have become our alumni and are heading off to pursue their career in academia or the private sector. We are using our best efforts to further develop the ITaRS concept for future projects.

Before we freeze the contents of this website, we are proud to share with you this video, developed by Stefan Kneifel at the University of Cologne. It answers the question from one of the topics of the ITaRS summer school in Jülich 2014: "How does a cloud form?"

by Sarah Henkel

PhD MariaOn Friday, 27 May 2016, María Barrera Verdejo successfully defended her thesis on "Lidar and Microwave Radiometer Synergy for High Vertical Resolution Thermodynamic Profiling" at the University of Cologne. Congratulations!






Defense Robert

On April 4, ITaRS-fellow Robert Banks defended his PhD thesis on "Assessment of planetary boundary-layer schemes with advanced remote sensing instruments and air quality modelling" at the Politechnical University of Catalonia.

Interviews with Susanne Crewell, Robert Banks and Athina Argyrouli at the ITaRS booth at the Meteorological Technology World Expo 2015 in Brussels.

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