Large-Eddy Simulation: PALM junior research group
The work of our junior research group focuses on the development of an urban climate model based on PALM that shall allow building-resolving simulation of city quarters and even entire cities. Moreover, we investigate near-surface small-scale turbulent processes in the atmospheric boundary layer, including the interaction between soil-vegetation and the atmosphere.
Our research group (June 2016) in front of the Cray XC40 supercomputer at HLRN.
From left to right:
Björn Maronga (head), Helge Knoop, Matthias Sühring, Farah Kanani-Sühring, Tobias Gronemeier, Johannes Schwenkel, Junghwa Lee
Hier geht es zur offiziellen PALM-Seite.
- Research Assistant (doctoral candidate) : „Large-eddy simulation study on the effect of vehicle induced turbulence and exhaust fumes on wind flow and pollutant dispersion in urban street canyons“
Bachelor- und Master theses
There is the possibility to write Bachelor and Master thesis within the work group with focus on
- Urban boundary layers
- Fog and fog prediction
- Near-surface turbulent processes
- Boundary-layer and turbulence theory
For further information, please contact Dr. Björn Maronga.