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Klaus Hasselmann

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Klaus Hasselmann
Born
Klaus Ferdinand Hasselmann

(1931-10-25) 25 October 1931 (age 90)
EducationUniversity of Hamburg (Diplom)
Max Planck Society
University of Göttingen (PhD)
AwardsNobel Prize in Physics (2021)
Scientific career
FieldsClimate variability
Climate model
InstitutionsUniversity of Hamburg
Max Planck Society
Max Planck Institute for Meteorology
German Climate Computing Centre
ThesisÜber eine Methode zur Bestimmung der Reflexion und Brechung von Stoßfronten und von beliebigen Wellen kleiner Wellenlängen an der Trennungsfläche zweier Medien (1957)
Doctoral advisorWalter Tollmien
WebsiteOfficial website

Klaus Ferdinand Hasselmann (born 25 October 1931)[1] is a German oceanographer and climate modeller. He is Professor Emeritus at the University of Hamburg and former Director of the Max Planck Institute for Meteorology. He was awarded the 2021 Nobel Prize in Physics with Syukuro Manabe and Giorgio Parisi.[2]

He is best known for creating the Hasselmann model.[3][4] His works has helped track and model the effects and weather patterns of climate change.

Referemces[change | change source]

  1. "Klaus Hasselmann". Retrieved 5 October 2021.
  2. "All Nobel Prizes in Physics". NobelPrize.org. Retrieved 5 October 2021.
  3. Hasselmann, K. (1976). "Stochastic climate models Part I. Theory". Tellus. Informa UK Limited. 28 (6): 473–485. Bibcode:1976Tell...28..473H. doi:10.3402/tellusa.v28i6.11316. ISSN 0040-2826.
  4. Arnold, Ludwig (2001). "Hasselmann's program revisited: the analysis of stochasticity in deterministic climate models". Stochastic Climate Models. Basel: Birkhäuser Basel. pp. 141–157. doi:10.1007/978-3-0348-8287-3_5. Citeseer