Univ.-Prof. PhD


Althanstraße 14 (UZA II), 1090 Wien
Raumnummer: 2G507
T: +43-1-4277-537 91
F: +43-1-4277-8 537 91

Research Interests

  • Cloud modeling
  • Cloud-aerosol chemistry
  • Numerical Weather Prediction-Convective Scale NWP
  • Extreme Meteorological Events


Invited talks, individual seminars and scientific conferences, and contributions

Invited talks in many countries worldwide. Participation on many scientific conferences, symposia, congresses, chair of sessions, organizator, reviewer and participation into editorial board of journals.

Selected Publications


  • 06/2010 “METEOROLOGY” in Macedonian, Author Vlado Spiridonov-Skopje: 2010-317 p., ISBN 976-9989-57-642-331, COBBIS.MK-ID 79389450
  • 09/2010 “AN INTRODUCTION TO METEOROLOGY”, in English, Authors Vlado Spiridonov and Mladjen Curic. -Skopje : 2010 - 241 p., ISBN 978-608-65175-0-2 COBISS.MK-ID 83607306 • 12/2012 “WEATHER CONDITIONS AND HEALTH” in Macedonian, Authors: Vlado Spiridonov and Oliver Zafirovski, 244 p., ISBN 978-608-65175-1-9, COBISS, MK-ID 92945674 
  • 01/2014 “WEATHER AND HUMAN HEALTH” , in English, Authors: Vlado Spiridonov, Mladjen Curic and Oliver Zafirovski, 344 p., ISBN 978-608-65175-2-6, COBISS, MK-ID 95152138


Other Publications  

  • Spiridonov, V. and M. Curic, 2018: Model sensitivity study of sulfate aerosol transport and redistribution, during dust transport over Macedonia. Submitted to Journal.
  • Spiridonov, V. and co-authors, 2018: Numerical simulation of a tornadic supercell over Vienna airport on 10 July 2017. Submitted to Journal.
  • Spiridonov, V. J. Baez and B. Telenta, 2018: Could WRF model coupled with a cloud model show more advanced skill in prediction of heavy convective rainfall. Submitted to Journal.
  • Spiridonov, V. and M. Curic, 2018: Evaluation of supercell storm triggering factors based on a cloud resolving model simulation. Submitted to Journal.
  • Spiridonov, V. and M. Curic, 2016: Examination of physical processes of convective cell evolved from a MCS — Using a different model initialization Asia-Pacific Journal of Atmospheric Sciences-APJAS, Volume 52, Issue 3, pp 263–279.
  • Karakostas, T. V. Spiridonov, D. Bampzelis, I. Pytharoulis, I.Tegoulias, K. Tymbanidis, 2016: Analysis and numerical simulation of a real cell merger using a three-dimensional cloud resolving model. Atmospheric Research, Volume 169, Part B, 1 March 2016, pp. 547–555.
  • Spiridonov, V. and M. Curic, 2012: Evaluation of the Physical and Chemical Properties of Eyjafjallajokull Volcanic Plume Using a Cloud-Resolving Model. Pure Appl. Geophysics. Springer Basel DOI 10.1007/s00024-012-0607-0
  • Spiridonov, V. and M. Curic, 2015: A storm modeling system as an advanced tool in prediction of well-organized slowly moving convective cloud system and early warning of severe weather risk, Asian Pacific Journal of Atmospheric Sciences, APJAS-Springer Asia-Pac. J. Atmos. Sci., 51, 1-15.
  • M. C. Barth, S.-W. Kim, C. Wang, K. E. Pickering, L. E. Ott, G. Stenchikov, M. Leriche, S. Cautenet, J.-P. Pinty, Ch. Barthe, C. Mari, J. H. Helsdon, R. D. Farley, A. M. Fridlind, A. S. Ackerman, V. Spiridonov, and B. Telenta, 2007: Cloud-scale model intercomparison of chemical constituent transport in deep convection. Atmos. Chem. Phys., 7, 4709–4731, 2007 www.atmos-chem-phys.net/7/4709/2007.
  • Spiridonov, V. and M. Curic, 2016: The Relative Importance of Scavenging, Oxidation, and Ice-Phase Processes in the Production and Wet Deposition of Sulfate. J. Atmos. Sci. Vol. 62. P.