Lisa Hahn-Woernle

Postdoctoral Researcher, University of Hawaii, Manoa, USA

Lisa Hahn-Woernle wrote her Master thesis at the Sea Ice Physics Department at Otago University (New Zealand) on modelling the growth of Antarctic sea ice on the crystal scale. From 2012 till 2016 she was studying the connection between upper-ocean vertical mixing and phytoplankton growth in the Northern Atlantic at the Institute of Marine and Atmospheric Research at Utrecht University (IMAU). IMAU is an interdisciplinary institute of physical climate sciences including glaciology and polar research, which she followed with strong interest. It was therefore no question that her PostDoc position had to be in polar science. In 2016, she started working at the University of Hawaii at Manoa (USA) as Postdoctoral Researcher working on a biophysical ocean model of a Western Antarctic Fjord. This project allows her to combine her experience and knowledge gained during Master and PhD projects combining observations and numerical modelling.

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