Previous Master Theses
Below we give you a selection of past master theses to get an idea of just how broad the topics can be spread. If you are interested in a particular thesis, please feel free to contact the mentioned supervisor of the respective thesis.
Caballero Espejo, Maria Esther, 2019: Ecosystem-based adaptation to future precipitation impacts in Peru during Coastal-El Niño events.
Wett, Simon, 2018: The Impact of Sudden Stratospheric Warmings on the Subpolar North Atlantic.
Kleine, Tobias, 2018: Ensemble subsampling improves seasonal hindcast NAO signal.
Rochner, Andrea, 2018: Connecting hydrographic changes in the Eastern North Atlantic with the Subpolar Gyre strength in the MPI-ESM and observations.
Wiegand, Kevin, 2018: Variability and predictability of the Madden-Julian Oscillation in a coupled ocean-atmosphere model.
Hempel, Tim, 2018: Prediction of seasonal variability of the Southern Annular Mode and investigation of its connection to the Southern Ocean.
Hepburn, Benjamin, 2017: Predicting European spring barley: coupling a dynamic crop model to the MPI-ESM seasonal prediction system.
Oliveira, Julianna, 2017: The influence of the AMOC strength at 26° N on seasonal SST predictability in the North Atlantic.
Zeiher, Nadja, 2017: The role of Westerly Wind Events and their co-occurrence with Warm Water Volume before the onset of an El Niño event in ERA and in Seasonal. Reforecasts with MPI-ESM.
Zeller, Mathias, 2015: Predictability of the Atlantic meridional overturning circulation at 26.5N in three differently initialized hindcast ensembles.
Todt, Markus, 2015: Assessing ENSO hindcast skill in the MPI-ESM-LR seasonal prediction system.
Schmidt, Christian, 2015: On the reconstruction of the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation estimate at 41.0°N.
Widera, Jan, 2014: Estimates of the Atlantic meridional overturning circulation at 26N and 41N: two coupled-model assimilation products compared against observations.
Müller, Vasco, 2013: Predictions of the Atlantic meridional overturning circulation at 26.5N.
Parsakhoo, Zahra Sadat, 2013: The variability and potential predictability of the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation (AMOC) in depth and density space.