Simon Pfreundschuh

PhD student, Department of Space, Earth and Environment, Microwave and Optical Remote Sensing

Simon Pfreundschuh is a PhD student in the Microwave and Optical Remote Sensing division of the department of Space, Earth and Environment. His research focuses on the observation of clouds using satellites. In particular he is involved in the development of methods and software for the processing of the data recorded by the satellites. His work aims to improve the measurement of cloud properties and advance the understanding of their influence on weather and the climate system.

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