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Dr. Henning Löwe

 

Function

Groupleader

  

WSL Institute for Snow and Avalanche Research SLF
Flüelastrasse 11
7260 Davos Dorf

Site

Davos Da B 1 17

 

Research Interests

My research is devoted to the physical understanding of microstructural controls on snow physical properties (heat transfer, mechanics, electromagnetics, crystal growth) in the context of remote sensing, polar climatology and natural hazards. I mainly rely on statistical physics, numerical simulations, and the analysis of experimental data (field and lab), in particular from micro-computed tomography experiments. My main goal is the unification of microstructural characterizations of snow to develop models that can be parametrized by micro-scale experiments to predict macro-scale behavior of snow for diverse applications in cryospheric sciences.

Positions and Boards

Thesis Topics

There are always opportunities for MSc/BSc topics. Just send me an email.

Teaching

You want to know more about Snow Physics? Visit our lecture  "Snowcover: Physics and modeling" at ETH, Zurich. The lecture is held every spring semester.

Publications, CV

Can be found here

Academic Education

  • Diploma Physics, University of Göttingen
  • PhD Theoretical Physics, University of Göttingen
  • Postdoc, Snowcover and Micrometeorology, SLF, Davos
 

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