Röthlisberger et al. 2019 demonstrated the significance of the recurrence of synoptic-scale Rossby wave packets (RRWPs) in the same spatial region which contributed to the persistence of the long-lasting cold and hot spells in the Northern Hemisphere.
My project aims at investigating that relationship further in the Southern Hemisphere and diagnose possible mechanisms which play a role in favouring such a recurrent Rossby wave structure. Furthermore, the project also aims to study the role of RRWPs in fostering temporal clustering of extreme precipitation events.
Conferences and Workshops
19th Cyclone Workshop 2019, Seeon, Germany, 30/09-04/10/2019
Are Recurrent Rossby Wave Packets (RRWPs) relevant in the Southern Hemisphere?, talk
18th Young Researchers Meeting 2019, Aeschi, Switzerland, 06-07/06/2019
Scientific Excellence for Climate Sciences
1st Swiss Workshop on Machine Learning for Environmental and Geosciences (MLEG), Dübendorf, Switzerland, 16-17/01/2019
Symposium & General Assembly 2018 of the Swiss Society for Meteorology, Bern, Switzerland, 23/11/2018
Following a moist intrusion into the Arctic during SHEBA, poster
Polar 2018, Davos, Switzerland,19-23/06/2018
Exploring Air Mass Origin in the Arctic for Clear and Cloudy Boundary Layer, poster