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In order to be able to predict severe weather events or the melting of ice in the Arctic, information in the form of heterogeneous data must be linked with numerical models of dynamic systems. This is done through data assimilation, which makes it possible to better investigate processes and predict their further development. In the field of data assimilation, the professorship is concerned with the further development of data science algorithms by incorporating physical conservation laws, and solving correspondingly large optimisation problems in the environmental sciences. Quantifying the uncertainties of predictions, numerical models and observations also plays a central role here.
Katholische Universität Eichstätt-Ingolstadt
Auf der Schanz 49
Prof. Janjic introduces herself and the chair
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