News

28.05.2024
 

Our department is often buzzing with energy, but two days in April this year were particularly busy: on April 11 and 12 we hosted the Ice Cloud...

17.05.2024
 

The Department of Meteorology and Geophysics currently seeks to fill postdoc position. Applications can be submitted until 16.06.2024.

24.04.2024
 

On April 24, 2024, there was a wonderful farewell party at our department of our colleagues Tobias Necker, Lukas Brunner and Lukas Kugler.

20.03.2024
 

Error in established calculation method discovered. Many studies on the climate crisis focus on researching temperature extremes on a global scale....

28.02.2024
 

The Rectorate of the University of Vienna and the heads of the research network cordially invite to the kick-off event of the The Environment and...

24.01.2024
 

Ein Testprojekt um Flexpart in einem Kubernetes cluster auf Microsoft Azure zu betreiben. Gesponsert vom ZID. Danke

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 Previous Events

28.02.2024
 

Kick-off event Environment and Climate Research Hub

The Rectorate of the University of Vienna and the heads of the research network cordially invite to the kick-off event of the The Environment and...

23.10.2023
 

Career Day - Networking between students and potential employers

On October 23, 2023, the first Career Day will take place at the Department of Meteorology and Geophysics at the University of Vienna.

19.10.2023
 

Katharine Hayhoe: Talking Climate - How to Catalyze Change in a Warming World

The well-known climate scientist, science communicator, and book author Katharine Hayhoe is going to talk about how the recent climate extremes affect...

10.07.2022
 

Summer School “Basic Aerosol Science 2022”

The Summer School “Basic Aerosol Science 2022” will be held onsite in Vienna from 10 – 16 July 2022.

07.06.2022
 

Defensio von Hr. Artemii NOVOSELOV

Titel der Dissertation: ThunderSeis: Seismic analysis of thunder signals

20.05.2022 16:00
 

Defensio von Hr. Eric Löberich

Titel der Dissertation: Constraints on the Origin of Anisotropy in the Upper Mantle: More Insights from SKS Shear-Wave Splitting