My Research

I'm a PhD student investigating cloud microphysics and its implementation in climate models. In particular I'm interested in what we can learn from the Superdroplet model (https://doi.org/10.1002/qj.441), be that with regard to water droplet and/or ice particle growth or with regard to the model's representativeness and computational efficiency in comparison with other microphysics schemes. Currently I'm implementing the model in simplified scenarios to study its convergence properties (with increasing number of droplets for example) and computational cost.

Team

Department: Atmosphäre im Erdsystem (AES)

Group: Drivers of Tropical Circulation (DTC)

Supervisors:  Bjorn Stevens and Ann Kristin Naumann

Panel Chair: Dirk Notz

Max Planck Research School: IMPRS-ESM

Contact

Email:  clara.bayley@we dont want spammpimet.mpg.de

Github: github.com/yoctoyotta1024

Phone: +49 40 41173 - 317

Office: Bundesstr. 53, Room 421

 

Mailing Address:

Max Planck Institute for Meteorology

Bundesstr. 53

D-20146 Hamburg

Germany