Dr. Kevin Sieck is a Science Officer at the Climate Service Center Germany. He studied Meteorology in Hamburg and did his PhD in the "regional climate modelling" group at the Max Planck Institute for Meteorology. In his thesis he investigates the internal variability in regional regional climate models. Lately, he worked as Post-Doc at the Max Planck Institute for Meteorology in the BMBF research program MiKlip on downscaling of decadal forecasts. At the Climate Service Center Germany he is responsible for maintenance and development of the regional climate model REMO. In addition, he takes care of the infrastructure that serves as a basis for the products developed at the Climate Service Center.
His scientific interests are ensemble forecasts and projections with regional climate models with the focus on the variability of the simulations. In addition, he is interested in the development of parametrizations needed for the representation of sub-scale processes in regional climate models.
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