Philipp Hochreuther

Dr. Philipp Hochreuther

Department Geographie und Geowissenschaften
Institut für Geographie

Raum: Raum 03.065
Wetterkreuz 15
91058 Erlangen

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since 05/2020 Senior scientist (Akademischer Rat), FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg, Institute of Geography.

2017-2020 PostDoc, FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg, Institute of Geography.

2017 Degree of Dr. rer. nat, Institute of Geography, FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg

2015-2017 Techn. staff member (IT), Institute of Geography, FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg

2011-2015 Doctoral candidate and research assistant, Institute of Geography, FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg

2004-2010 Studies of Physical Geography (Diplom) with minors Geology, Biology and Computer Sciences, FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg

Talks:

  • European Geosciences Union (EGU) General Assembly 2019, Vienna: „Variations in the inter-annual melt cycles at 79°N Glacier inferred from remote sensing data.“
  • ESA-Workshop ‚Big data from Space 2019‘, Munich: „Local and automated processing of Sentinel-2 time series: adressing the bottlenecks.“
  • Scientific Exchange program by DAAD, 26.11.-07.12.2018. With talk. Institut des Géociences de l’Environnement, Université Grenoble Alpes, CS 40700, 38 058 Grenoble Cedex 9.
  • ESA cryosphere remote sensing training course; 11.06.2018-16.06.2018, UNIS, University of Svalbard, Longyearbyen, Norway (Lightning Talk)
  • Conference „Tree Rings in Archaeology, Climatology and Ecology (TRACE)“ 2016, Białowieża, Poland: “Is linear correlation analysis a feasible tool for analysing climate-proxy relationships? The application of wavelet coherence analysis for interpreting macroclimatic imprints on tree-ring δ18O in monsoonal southeast Tibet.”
  • Conference „Tree Rings in Archaeology, Climatology and Ecology (TRACE)“ 2014, Aviemore, Scotland: “Tree stands on lateral and terminal Little Ice Age moraines of four glaciers in southeast Tibet – a comparison.”
  • Presentation in the frame of the lecture ‚Mobile Computer graphics‘ (Lehrstuhl f. graphische Datenverarbeitung, Dep. Informatik, FAU), July 2013: “ Geoinformationssysteme – Onlinedienste, OpenStreetMap, Grundlagen der Geoinformation“
  • FOSSGIS Conference 2013, Rapperswil, Switzerland: „OpenTopoMap – topographische Karten aus OpenStreetMap“ (with Stefan Erhardt)
  • 3rd conference of the Asian Dendrochronology Association, April 2013, Teheran, Iran: „Accessing glacial history through tree rings – a case study from southeast Tibet“
  • Joint TiP & CAME PhD Meeting, Jan. 2013, Oberjoch: „Monsoonal variations and climate change in SE Tibet during the late Holocene derived from tree rings and glacier fluctuations“ (with Jakob Wernicke)
  • FOSSGIS Conference 2012, Dessau: „OpenTopoMap – topographische Karten aus OpenStreetMap“ (Lightning Talk, zusammen mit Stefan Erhardt)
  • Joint TiP & CAME PhD Meeting, Jan. 2012, Oberjoch: „Monsoonal variantions and climate change in SE tibet – the dendroclimatological approach“

Poster:

  • Fall meeting of the American Geophysical Union (AGU) 2019, San Francisco, USA
  • 27. International Polar meeting 2018, Rostock
  • 10th Sino-German Workshop on Tibetan Plateau Research, Dec. 2014, Berlin: „Major glacier fluctuations ins southeast Tibet during the Little Ice Age derived from tree-ring moraine dating“
  • European Geosciences Union (EGU) General Assembly 2014, Vienna: „Reaction of monsoonal temperate valley glaciers in southeast Tibet to climate change inferred from tree-ring proxies“
  • Annual meeting of the Arbeitskreis Hochgebirge, Feb./Mar. 2013, Bonn: „Gletscherdynamik in Südosttibet – eine dendroklimatologische Studie“
  • International Geographic Congress (IGC) 2012, Cologne: „Accessing glacial history through tree rings – a case study from southeast Tibet.“
  • Conference „Tree Rings in Archaeology, Climatology and Ecology (TRACE)“ 2012, Potsdam: Deconstruction of ring width- and wood density relationships – a case study from the southeastern Tibetan plateau.”
  • Conference „Tree Rings in Archaeology, Climatology and Ecology (TRACE)“ 2011, Orléans: “Monsoon and climatic variability on the southeastern Tibetan Plateau derived from tree-rings.”

Keine passenden Datensätze gefunden.

Regional:

  • China (Tibet, Yunnan)
  • Greenland

Methodology:

  • Time-series analysis (Palaeo-/Dendro-climatology)
  • Geoinformatics
    • Management and analysis of big spatial data (multi-spectral remote sensing)
    • Multi-source geodata science
    • Web Map Services with priority on OpenStreetMap – Opentopomap
  • Vegetation mapping and analysis

Research projects: