Profiles

A wide range of options

Former students of the Climate Sciences are now working in a variety of fields.

A swift career start

For her climate master’s, Regina Daus specialized in atmospheric sciences. Today she’s a professional when it comes to simulating wind fields.

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Markus Grimmer

Doubly talented prize winner

Markus Grimmer, top of his class at the Graduate School of Climate Sciences, has been awarded the "2019 Oeschger Young Scientist's Prize" for his achievements. He is now working as a doctoral student at the University of Bern.
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Louis Frey

Graduate investigated key climate issues

Louis Frey has been awarded the "2019 Oeschger Young Scientist's Prize" for his achievements. Ranked second in his class at the Graduate School of Climate Sciences, he did his master's in climate and earth system sciences.
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A kind of dream job

Nicole Glaus decided on a climate master’s because of its versatility. Today she works as a TV meteorologist.

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“What mattered most to me was the multidisciplinary approach”

Thomas Rölli, salutatorian of his class at the University of Bern Graduate School of Climate Sciences, has been awarded a 2018 Oeschger Young Scientist’s Prize. He sees his professional future in the private sector.

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A polyglot Estonian in Bern

Anna Kulakovskaya was the top master’s student at the University of Bern Graduate School of Climate Sciences last year. For her excellent achievements, the Estonian has been awarded a 2018 Oeschger Young Scientist’s Prize.

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