Katja holds a PhD in Physical Oceanography from the University of Hamburg, Germany, undertaken at the Federal and Maritime Agency. The last ten years she worked part-time (at GEOMAR, Germany and CSIRO, Australia) analysing observational and modelling hydrographic and atmospheric data focused on changes in sea level and its components. At the Australian-German College of Climate and Energy Transitions she tackles –and provides support to tackle– CMIP3/5-data regarding multi-model uncertainties for probabilistic climate change projections with MAGICC to understand future carbon budgets and emission implications – usually on Tuesday and Thursday.
Staff and collaborators
Without the staff, collaborators and student assistants this project would not be running.
Our team of staff covers everything from logistics and website creation to workshop management, funding partner contacts and outreach.
Anne is the College Manager at the Australian-German Climate and Energy College. Anne has a background in international collaboration, stakeholder engagement, strategic planning, program management and administration through former roles at the Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering as Senior Project / Research and Policy Officer - International and with the Australasian Industrial Research Group as Executive Officer. During this time, Anne also undertook an Endeavour Executive Fellowship to progress strategic partnerships with Japan. Anne has also worked within University of Melbourne Commercial as STEMM Program Coordinator. Anne completed her degree in History and International Relations at the University of Exeter.