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Katrin Bentel

Katrin Bentel

Katrin is an assistant professor at the Institute of Geodesy, Graz University of Technology in Austria. Her research interests are the GRACE and GRACE Follow-On gravity field missions, satellite geodesy in general, as well as (climate) applications of gravity data. Previously, she worked at the Astronomical Institute at the University of Bern in Switzerland and at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in California. She obtained her PhD in Geodesy from the Norwegian University of Life Sciences in Ås, Norway.

We need a new early career scientist representative!

We need a new early career scientist representative!

The general assembly 2021 is approaching, Annette Eicker will take over as new division president, now we also need a new, fresh early career scientist (ECS) to take over the role of the ECS-representative. But what do you have to do as an ECS-representative? And where can you sign up? Early career scientists represent a significant share of the EGU general assembly attendees. It is therefore desi ...[Read More]

Have a colleague who does outstanding work? – Nominate them for an EGU Award or Medal!

Have a colleague who does outstanding work? – Nominate them for an EGU Award or Medal!

Congratulations again to Sara Bruni for receiving the Geodesy Division Outstanding Early Career Scientist Award 2018! A summary of her research on new findings in the gravity field time series from Medicina is posted below. Maybe you know an Early Career Scientist who does as outstanding work as Sara Bruni does? Nomination is the first crucial step in order to receive an award, don’t let this oppo ...[Read More]