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Dr. Christoph Matulla did his undergraduate work in theoretical Physics and this PhD in Climate Research. Before he was appointed to a position at ZAMG and responsible of starting a group in climate modelling (2007–now) he worked at GKSS close to Hamburg (2002-2004) and Environment Canada in Toronto (2005-2007). He is an university teacher (University of Vienna, University of Salzburg, BOKU in Vienna), has coordinated and participated in quite some national/international projects. Among his honors there is the Schinze price 2008 which is made every fifth year and contains a certificate and a substantial sum of money.
Konrad Andre is a Research Assistant at the ZAMG (since 2005) and works as an expert in climate research and climate variability with particular interest in city climate modeling. He studied meteorology at the University of Vienna and participated in a number of successful national/international projects. His research interests are: regional climate analysis, data quality control, data homogenization, statistical methods, and extreme value statistics.
Brigitta Hollósi studied meteorology (MSc) at the Eötvös Lorand University in Budapest, Hungary. She received her degree in climatology in 2013 and works ever since at ZAMG. There she already contributed to the successful completion of national and an international projects, which she presented at a number of international conferences. Her research interests are regional climate analysis and impact assessment.
Andreas Schmid is a student at Vienna University of Technology. He is responsible for the web design, the content management and for the web appearance of climod.eu.