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Silke Trömel
born October 31,1972 in Gelnhausen
resident in Bonn, Germany

1992 Final examination at Grimmelshausen Grammar School in Gelnhausen
1993-1999 Studies of Meteorology at Johann Wolfgang Goethe University,Diploma thesis „Extreme value statistics of European temperature time series 1871-1990 „,Masters degree in Meteorology,Grade mark: Excellent
2000-2001Scholarship sponsored by the Munich Reinsurance Company under guidance of Dr. G. Berz
August 2001-December 2004Research scientist at the Institute for Meteorology and Geophysics of the Johann Wolfgang Goethe University of Frankfurt a.M.
January 2005-April 2006Research scientist at the Institute for Atmosphere and Environment of the Johann Wolfgang Goethe University of Frankfurt a.M.
February 2005Ph.D. (Dr. phil. nat) under guidance of Prof. Dr. C.-D. Schönwiese, Grade mark: magna cum laude
May 2006-April 2009Project scientist at the Meteorological Institute of the University Bonn and coordinator of a project cluster
February 2010 -September 2011 Assistant Professor, Meteorological Institute of the University Bonn
September 2011-December 2014 Project Lead of the research group 'Object-based analysis and seamless prediction' (HErZ/DWD)
January 2015- June 2016 Akademische Rätin (Assistant Professor), Meteorological Institute of the University Bonn
Since June 2016 Akademische Oberrätin (Assistant Professor), Meteorological Institute of the University Bonn

Curriculum vitae

Studies:
1993-1999Studies of Meteorology at the Johann Wolfgang Goethe University,Intermediate examination in experimental physics,theoretical physics,mathematics andclimatology
1999Master diploma in theoretical meteorology, physical chemistry, geophysics andclimatology. Diploma thesis under guidance of Prof. Dr. C.-D. Schönwiese: „Extreme value statistics of European temperature time series 1871-1990“. Masters degree in Meteorology,Grade mark: Excellent
2005Ph.D. under guidance of Prof. Dr. C.-D. Schönwiese with the thesis:„Statistical modelling of climate time series“ (magna cum laude)
2016Venia Legendi in Meteorology, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, University of Bonn; Cumulative habilitation treatise: „Radar polarimetry for improved quantitative precipitation estimation, microphysical characterisation, and object-based weather analysis.“
Professional background:
2000-2001Scholarship sponsored by the Munich Reinsurance Company. Workscope: „ Extreme value analysis in climatological time series and estimation of transition probabilities on the basis of Markov chains„
August 2001-April 2006Research scientist at the Institute for Meteorology and Geophysics (since 1.2005 Institute for Atmosphere und Environment) at University Frankfurt a.M. in the joint project „Development of an observational data basis for DEKLIM and related statistical analysis with regard to climate variability on a decadal to centennial time scale“. The project is in progress with the German Weather Service (Global Precipitation Climatology Centre) and is part of the German climate research program (DEKLIM), supported financially by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF).
February 2005Ph.D. under guidance of Prof. Dr. C.-D. Schönwiese with the thesis: „Statistical modelling of climate time series„
2005Consultant of the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations (FAO) in Rome
May 2006-April 2009Research scientist at the Meteorological Institute of the University Bonn and coordinator of the project cluster AQUARadar (Advances in Quantitative Areal Precipitation Estimation by Radar)
2007/2008Service contract with the German Weather Service in the framework of the project URBAS (flash floods in urban areas), funded by BMBF. Subject: Spatio-temporal statistics of rainfall measurements by radar and rain gauges.
May 2009-July 2009Research scientist at the Meteorological Institute of the University Bonn in the project „Large Scale Climate Changes and their Environmental Significance“ funded by the contract with the Nordrhein-Westfälische Akademie der Wissenschaften
August 2009- February 2010Research scientist at the Meteorological Instiute of the University Bonn in the project „Radolan-irrigation management for agriculture“, supported financially by the Dienstleistungszentrum Ländlicher Raum (DLR), Rheinhessen-Nahe-Hunsrück
February 2010 -September 2011 Assistant Professor, Meteorological Institute of the University Bonn
September 2011- December 2014 Project Lead of the research group 'Object-based analysis and Seamless prediction'
January 2015- June 2016 Akademische Rätin (Assistant Professor), Meteorological Institute of the University Bonn
Since June 2016 Akademische Oberrätin (Assistant Professor), Meteorological Institute of the University Bonn
Teaching:
2001-2006Supervision of graduate students in the Climatology Group at University Frankfurt
2004-2005Laboratory tutor for students of Meteorology at University Frankfurt
2007, 2009Laboratory tutor for students of Meteorology at University Bonn
2010-~ Supervision of BSc, MSc, and PhD students at University Bonn
2010-~ Meteorological laboratory
2010 Remote sensing and Mesoscale Modelling II
2011 Programming in Fortran
2012-~ Radar seminar
2012-~ Literature seminar on Weather Research
2013 Organized an international summer school on remote sensing of clouds and precipitation
2016-~ Radar polarimetry (lecture and excercises)
Third party funding:
8.2010-7.2013-10.2015 DFGPI Statistical modelling of observed precipitation and its application to extreme value statistics in different spatiotemporal scales (Modex)
15.12.2010-3.2014 DFG Co-PI Detection of inhomogeneities in daily climate records to study trends in extreme weather (daily stew project)
7.2011-12.2014 BMBF/DWDPIHErZ-TB1: OASE
07.2013-10.2013Volkswagen-stiftungPIHErZ summer school on remote sensing of clouds and precipitation
10.2012-09.2015 BMBF Co-PI HD(CP)2-02 – Full domain observations
10.2012-09.2015BMBFPIHD(CP)2-S7 Precipitation generation
10. 2016– 9. 2019DFGCo-PIInfrastructure project JOYCE: Jülich ObservatorY for Cloud Evolution“
1. 2016–12. 2019DWDCo-PIImprovement of nowcasting for winter precipitation by synergetic combining information from polarimetric radar, model predictions and in-situ observations (BlackIce)
1. 2016–12. 2019DWDCo-PIImprovement of hail detection and nowcasting by synergetic combination of information from polarimetric radar, model predictions and in-situ observations (HailSize)
5. 2016–4. 2019BMBFPIHD(CP)2 Initiative Subproject S5:Cloud and Convective Organisation
1. 2015–12.2018DFGCo-PITransregio 32, Subproject D5: Quantitative precipitation estimation and uncertainty quantification.
1. 2015–12.2018DFGCo-PITransregio 32, Subproject D7: Catchment Tomography.
2019-2021DFGPIObject-based weather analysis and Nowcasting( P2-RealPEP)
2019-2021DFGPIPhysics-based QPE using polarimetric radars and commercial microwave links (P1-RealPEP)
2019-2021DFGPIInfrastructure Project: C1: Multi-Sensor Compositing for Hydrometeor Classification, High-Impact Weather, Nowcasting and Data Assimilation (C1-RealPEP)
2019-2021DFGPICoordination project for „Near-Realtime Quantitative Precipitation Estimation and Prediction“ (FOR 2589-RealPEP)
April 2017DFGPI/CoordinatorInitiated a Priority Programme on „Fusion of radar polarimetry and Numerical Atmospheric Modellung“ (SPP-PROM)
2019-2021DFGPIClimate model PArameterizations informed by RAdar (PARA, SPP-PROM)
2019-2021DFGPIPolarimetrische Signaturen mikrophysikalischer Prozesse in der Eisphase und ihre Interpretation mit in-situ Messungen und Wolkenmodellierung (POLICE, SPP-PROM)
2019-2021DFGPIEin effizienter polarimetrischer Radarvorwärtsoperator für Volumendaten zur verbesserten Repräsentierung von Hydrometeoren in COSMO/ICON-LAM (Operation Hydrometeors, SPP-PROM)
2019-2021DFGPICoordination Project (SPP-PROM)
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