Dr. Oliver Bothe
since May 2016 Helmholtz Centre Geesthacht, Institute of Coastal Research, Group on Coastal Impacts and Paleoclimate, working on paleodata and synthesis tools and concepts within the BMBF project PALMOD
2016-2017 Parental Leave (7 months)
March-Dec 2015 Max Planck Instiute for Meteorology, The Ocean In The Earth System, Ocean Statistics, working on interactions between the dynamics and the parameterizations
Aug 2014-Feb 2015 Helmholtz Centre Geesthacht, Institute of Coastal Research, Group on Paleoclimate and Statistics, working on precipitation in the past Millenia in Europe within the DFG project PRIME-2
Sep 2012-Aug 2014 Leibniz Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Theory and Modelling, working on long-term changes in the mesosphere within the project LOCHMES
Jan 2010-Aug 2012 University of Hamburg and Max Planck Institute for Meteorology, working on the climate of the last millennium within the DFG Universität Hamburg’s Cluster of Excellence "Integrated Climate System Analysis and Prediction" (CliSAP)
Oct 2005-Dec 2009 University of Hamburg, working working on teleconnections for precipitation mainly in central and east Asia within the DFG project ‘The importance of teleconnections for precipitation-patterns in the People’s Republic of China’ (FR 450/7-1, FR 450/14-2) and the SFB 512 ‘Cyclones and the north Atlantic climate system’.
Oct 2005-Jan 2010 PhD-work for a German Doktor rer.-nat. at University of Hamburg
Oct 1998 - Sep 2005 Studies in Meteorology for a German Diploma in Meteorology at University of Hamburg
Sep 1997 - Aug 1998 Voluntary ecological year (FÖJ) at Alfred Wegener Institute Bremerhaven, Group of Biological Oceanography
My research interests are, among other things, in Climate Variability, Climate Dynamics, Climate Modelling, Ocean-Atmosphere interactions, Hydrology, and the Climate of the Past. Furthermore I am curious about the Philosophy of Science, the History of Climate Science, Science Communication, Open Access, and Science Management.
A list of my publications is available here.