PhD Student, Sustainability, School of Sustainability
School of Sustainability
Arizona State University
PO Box 875502
Tempe, AZ 85287-5502
- PhD Student, Sustainability, School of Sustainability
After finishing my MSc in the area of Climate Change in the Arctic with a focus on modeling, I got the opportunity to work in collaboration with the European Space Agency as a scientific programmer using Fortran. I came back to research because I missed the way of thinking and applying creative approaches. My interest lies in Climate Change and Human Health and I would wish to learn more about science communication to be able to better communicate scientific results to policy-makers or non-scientific audience, so that we, as humans, can become more sustainable.
Research Assistant Experience
- Programming and data analysis of LIDARs and model outputs of TROPOS and University Leipzig in Liepzig, working with inter alia Ulla Wandinger, Johannes Quaas, Holger Baars (2012-2015).
- Spoken Languages:
- German (native); French (basic); Norwegian (basic)
- Msc, Meteorology, University Leipzig, 2015
- BSc, Meteorology, University Leipzig, 2013
Lebeiko, L., P. J. Coseo, A. Middel, J. K. Vanos, D. M. Hondula, B. Kay, F. A. Schneider, S. Alkhaled, A. Udupa, J. Labato, L. Kurtz, A. Aldakheelallah and J. Marturano. 2020. Adapting urban infrastructure for local and global climate change: Climate action planning for extreme heat in urban environments. Poster presented at the Twenty-second Annual CAP LTER All Scientists Meeting and Poster Symposium, January 17, 2020, Skysong, Scottsdale, AZ. (link )