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Technische Universität Dresden – Chair of Meteorology and European Project Center

The Technische Universität Dresden (TUD) is one of the 10 largest universities in Germany with about 37.000 students and over 9.000 employees, 520 professors among them. As a full-curriculum university with 14 faculties in five schools it offers a broad variety of 129 disciplines and covers a wide research spectrum

In LIFE LOCAL ADAPT the Chair of Meteorology and the European Project Center work together and form the coordinating beneficiary.

The Chair of Meteorology was founded in 1954 with an emphasis on climate research at landscape level. Today it is part of the Institute of Hydrology and Meteorology at the Faculty of Environmental Sciences. Its research mission is "Surface- Atmosphere-Interaction". Research and teaching are equally important aspects for about 25 staff members.
In the last ten years the scope of the Department of Meteorology was considerable enlarged, remote sensing and boundary layer modeling as well as the climate change and the adaptation to climate change became additional important research areas. Nevertheless, research and teaching remain equally important tasks of all members of the department.

The European Project Center provides advice about European programmes for research funding, training and third country co-operation, and about support from the European Structural Funds. The team of experts has far-reaching knowledge of EU funding policy and extensive experience in implementing the individual programmes and actions. In addition to consulting on funding, the key competences lie in administrative project management. The team has grown now to over 35 members of staff and is entirely financed by the third-party funding it receives.

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Staff

Email: christian.bernhofer@tu-dresden.de
Phone: 0049 351 463 31340
Adress: Pienner Straße 23, Room 108, 01737 Tharandt Germany

Christian Bernhofer is Director of the Institute of Hydrology and Meteorology and owner of the Chair of Meteorology at the TU Dresden. His expertise covers regional climate change, hydrometeorology, water and carbon budgets, influence of landscape heterogeneity on surface fluxes and the methodology of surface flux measurements.
In LIFE LOCAL ADAPT he is the chair of the Scientific and Technical Steering Committee and head of the project management team.

For further information see Christian Bernhofer's profile at the TU Dresden webpage:
www.tu-dresden.de/...
 
Email: majana.heidenreich@tu-dresden.de
Phone: 0049 351 463 39103
Adress: Pienner Straße 21, Room 109, 01737 Tharandt Germany

Majana Heidenreich is hydrologist and research associate of the Chair of Meteorology at the TU Dresden. She has many years of experience of researching regional climate and climate change. Other research topics are water and air quality and their relation to climate change.

In LIFE LOCAL ADAPT she is mainly responsible for the preparation of information about climate change and adaptation to climate change for the Saxon municipalities and partly the technical project management.

For further information see Majana's profile at the TU Dresden webpage:
www.tu-dresden.de/...
Email: ines.schmidt@tu-dresden.de
Phone: 0049 351 463 42162
Adress: Nürnberger Str. 31A, 01187 Dresden Germany

Ines Schmidt is project manager of LIFE LOCAL ADAPT and responsible for administrative and financial issues of the project. She is part of the European Project Center (EPC) at TU Dresden. The EPC provides advice about European programmes for research funding, training and third country co-operation, and about support from the European Structural Funds. The EPC team has far-reaching knowledge of EU funding policy and extensive experience in implementing the individual programmes and actions. In addition to consulting on funding, the key competences lie in administrative project management. Hence ideas can successfully be developed into projects.

For further information please have a look on:
www.tu-dresden.de/...
 
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