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Johannes Mülmenstädt

About Me

What I Do

I am a member of Johannes Quaas's Clouds and Global Climate research group as a Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter, or Scientist. Our group studies climate change primarily using global models and satellite observations, and with a focus on the role of clouds in the climate system.

My personal research focuses on the improvement of climate models using constraints from satellite-based observational datasets. On this site you can check out the projects I'm working on, as well as what I've been presenting lately at conferences and via publication.

I also work with our meteorology students, teaching courses on climate dynamics and mentoring B.Sc. and M.Sc. thesis projects.

Where I Do It

Our research group is part of the Institute of Meteorology in the Faculty of Physics and Earth Sciences at the second-oldest university in Germany: Universität Leipzig .


Vor dem Hospitaltore 1
04103 Leipzig, Germany
phone: +49 341 9732937

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