My PhD project focuses on riming in mountainous snowfall.
The main research objectives are firstly to better characterise the occurrence and intensity of riming from both a dynamical and a microphysical perspective. Secondly we aim to understand how synoptic and mesoscale meteorological conditions constrain the occurrence of riming.
The analysis will be based on data from an X-band dual polarisation scanning radar and a W-band cloud profiler collected during one field campaign in Valais in winter 2016/2017 and another one in South Korea during winter 2017/2018.
|MSc||Atmospheric and Climate Science||ETHZ||2016|
|BSc||Environmental Sciences and Engineering||EPFL||2014|