Promoting young scientists
Students participating in field campaigns
At present there are no internships available.
During the extensive inspections of the Vernagtferner in spring and autumn, students are given the opportunity to gain practical experience and participate in the measurements. For several years, the University of Bremen has been setting up its base camp for the glaciology field exercise at the Vernagtferner gauging station. Students are also involved in expeditions to the more remote work areas, for both the fieldwork itself and the subsequent data analysis.
The working group supervises Bachelor’s, Master’s and PhD theses of students on various geoscientific university courses, e.g. geodesy, geography, hydrology and meteorology.
List (selection) as of 2013
- Sabrina Stoll (2017) Implementation of a Kalman Filter in an Existing Software Package for INS-Simulation. Master Thesis, TUM
- Alexandr Sokolov (2017) Deformation model of the Alpine region inferred from GNSS observations. Master Thesis, TUM
- Karoline Skår (2015) Cryospheric Mass Variations from GRACE. Master Thesis, Norwegian University of Environmental and Life Sciences Ås, Norwegen
- Bochkati Mohamed Abdessatta (2014) Simulation and processing of IMU observations based on various sensor characteristics. Master Thesis, TUM
- Alexander Helland (2014) Observations of Gravity Field Variations from Ground and Satellite Data. Master Thesis, Norwegian University of Environmental and Life Sciences Ås, Norwegen
- Siri Eikerol (2014) Terrestrial Gravimetry for Cryospheric Mass Variations: Observations and Modelling at Svartisen Glacier, Norway. Master Thesis, Norwegian University of Environmental and Life Sciences Ås, Norwegen
- Vegard Ophaug (2013) Regional Gravity Field Modeling: A comparison of Methods. Master Thesis, Norwegian University of Environmental and Life Sciences Ås, Norwegen
- Aditi Sathe (2013) Assessment of GNSS Real time (kinematic) positioning applications with RTKLIB as a case study. Master Thesis, TUM