Dr.sc. F. (Franziska) Glassmeier
I joined TU Delft in April 2020 as an Assistant Professor in the Atmospheric Science Section of the Department Geoscience & Remote Sensing. Previously, I worked at Wageningen University and at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) in Boulder in the United States. I obtained my PhD in Atmospheric Physics from ETH Zürich in 2016. I have studied Physics at the University of Göttingen in Germany and completed my diploma thesis at the Max Planck Institute for Dynamics and Self-Organization. See here for a full CV.
My research is broadly motivated by the complexity of clouds and approaches to capture this complexity – with the goal of better constraining the role of clouds in climate projections. I am especially interested in the marvelous pattern that clouds exhibit, the intriguing effects of cloud ice and the diverse interactions of clouds with atmospheric aerosol. My methods combine traditional process-based approaches and data science with concepts from dynamical and complex systems theory. My research is supported by a Veni Grant and a Branco Weiss Fellowship.
- Glassmeier, F., F. Hoffmann, J. S. Johnson, T. Yamaguchi, K. S. Carslaw, G. Feingold (2021). Aerosol-cloud-climate cooling overestimated by ship-track data. Science, doi: 10.1126/science.abd3980
- Glassmeier, F., G. Feingold (2017). Network approach to patterns in stratocumulus clouds. PNAS, doi: 10.1073/PNAS.1706495114
For a full list of publications, visit my profile on Google Scholar.
- Martin Janssens, PhD candidate
- Pouriya Alinaghi, PhD candidate
- Valerie Engelmayer, PhD candidate
- Antoon van Hooft, postdoctoral researcher
- ScienceNews: Ship exhaust studies overestimate cooling from pollution-altered clouds
- Chemical & Engineering News: Scientists might be overestimating atmospheric cooling effects of aerosol pollution
- Physik in unserer Zeit: Aerosol-Wolken-Wechselwirkungen im Klimasystem
- SPIEGEL: Sind Aerosole Klimaretter?
- bild der wissenschaft: Aerosole kühlen die Atmosphäre weniger als gedacht
- Het Financieele Dagblad: Sleutel aan de wolken, red het klimaat
- Dutch public broadcasting: Zo ontstaan wolken - en voorspellen we het klimaat beter
Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences
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