Ludwig Lierhammer is a scientific programmer in the Climate System department at the Climate Service Center Germany. He works on the development of the infrastructure for the regional climate model “REMO and on its standardization.
From 2010 to 2017, Ludwig Lierhammer studied meteorology at the University of Hamburg. He wrote his master thesis on multiple solutions of the atmosphere-vegetation system in present-day climate using the atmospheric model “ICON” at the Max Planck Institute for Meteorology in Hamburg. After his studies and for 2.5 years, he has been working at the German Climate Computing Center (DKRZ) in the joint research project “HAPPI-DE”. He contributed global “ECHAM6.3” model simulation data to this project. Furthermore, he organized the entire workflow from the preparation of the forcing data to the long-term archiving of the standardized model data in the World Data Center for Climate at DKRZ. Since October 2019, he works at the Climate Service Center Germany.