Hannah Niehaus

University of Bremen
Institute of Environmental Physics
Otto-Hahn-Allee 1, 28359 Bremen, Germany
Building NW1, office N3190, phone +49-421-218-62746
Email: niehaus@uni-bremen.de



Curriculum Vitae & Research Interest

Hannah Niehaus studied physics at RWTH University and received her B.Sc and M.Sc. degrees in 2017 and 2020, respectively. During her masters programme she spent half a year in Lisbon (Portugal) and was working at the physics institute of RWTH Aachen on non-volatile memory applications based on phase change technology before she moved to the Fraunhofer Institute for Laser Technology. There she was writing her masters thesis and working within the group of micro- and nonstructuring of transparent materials.

In September 2020 she started her PhD at the University of Bremen, Institute of Environmental Physicsn, as a part of the (AC)³ project (http://www.ac3-tr.de/). Working in the polar remote sensing group, her main research interest is the retrieval of melt ponds on arctic sea ice from satellite data to enhance the perception of the energy balance of the Arctic in summer contributing to studies in the context of global climate change and Arctic amplification.



01/2019: Dück, M.M.T, Jakobs, S., Schön, C.-F., Niehaus, H., Cojocaru-Mirédin, O., Wuttig, M.: Disorder Control in Crystalline GeSb2Te4 and its Impact on Characteristic Length Scales. Physica Status Solidi - Rapid Research Letters. doi.org/10.1002/pssr.201800578



02/2023: Niehaus, H., Spreen, G., Birnbaum, G., Istomina, L., Jäkel, E., Linhardt, F., Neckel, N., Fuchs, N., Nicolaus, M., Sperzel, T., Tao, R., Webster, M., Wright, N.: Sea Ice Melt Pond Fraction Derived from Sentinel-2 Data: Along the MOSAiC Drift and Arctic-Wide. Geophysical Research Letters. doi.org/10.1029/2022GL102102