CliSAP Research Coordination

At the interface between science, academic administration and outreach, the research coordination supports the realization of CliSAP's scientific goals.

CliSAP research coordination supports the effective organization of the project and fosters the  internal communication by organizing workshops, retreats and by preparing of and following-up on meetings. In close collaboration with outreach the scientific coordination supports the CliSAP members with their scientific webpresence. Furthermore, it supports CliSAPs quality management through the preperation and administrative coordination of evaluations, it assures the documentation of the project progress as well as of the scientific output and the reports to the German Research Foundation (DFG). The research coordination helps developing internal support measures and monitoring their implementation.

The research coordination thus makes CliSAPs research strength and performance internally and externally visible, strengthens the sense of community and promotes future research developments.

Workshops: CliSAP's internal funding call provides an opportunity to organize national and international workshops and conferences. Read more...

Visiting scientists: External scientists can be invited, supported by an internal CliSAP funding. Read more...

"What's New?": Do you know what research your colleagues next door are carrying out? Every two months, “What's new?” lists the latest publications at CliSAP/CEN. Read more...

CliSAP Idea Contest 2015: With the 2015 CliSAP Idea Contest, the Scientific Steering Committee encouraged all those working at the Cluster of Excellence to submit their innovative, extraordinary, interdisciplinary and sustainable ideas in a contest for financial support. Read more...

KlimaCampus Colloquium: Diversity and interdisciplinarity – these two keywords are the core of our research at the KlimaCampus Hamburg as well as of our seminar series KlimaCampus Colloquium. Read more...

Latest CliSAP Publications

  • Yang, L., Scheffran, J., Hoffmann, P., Rühe, S., Fischereit, J., & Gasser, I. (2018). An Agent-Based Modeling Framework for Simulating Human Exposure to Environmental Stresses in Urban Areas. Urban Science, 2(36), 1-21. doi:10.3390/urbansci2020036.
  • Klepp, C., Michel, S., Protat, A., Burdanowitz, J., Albern, N., Kähnert, M., Dahl, A., Louf, V., Bakan, S., & Buehler, S. A. (2018). OceanRAIN, a new in-situ shipboard global ocean surface-reference dataset of all water cycle components. Scientific Data, 5: 180122. doi:10.1038/sdata.2018.122.
  • Han, W., Stammer, D., Meehl, G., Hu, A., Sienz, F., & Zhang, L. (2018). Multi-decadal trend and decadal variability of the regional sea level over the Indian Ocean since the 1960s: Roles of climate modes and external forcing. Climate, 6: 51. doi:10.3390/cli6020051.
  • Pätsch, J., Kühn, W., & Six, K. D. (2018). Interannual sedimentary effluxes of alkalinity in the southern North Sea: Model results compared with summer observations. Biogeosciences, 15, 3293-3309. doi:10.5194/bg-15-3293-2018.
  • Suarez-Gutierrez, L., Li, C., Müller, W. A., & Marotzke, J. (2018). Internal variability in European summer temperatures at 1,5°C and 2°C of global warming. Environmental Research Letters, 13: 064026. doi:10.1088/1748-9326/aaba58.