Library (a non-exhaustive collection of works)



The full paper list can be found via the following profiles:

Talks & posters


  • How to manage code and data for open science (and yourself). As part of SC3.13: “Open science beyond open-access publications: how can we share our code and data?”. EGU22, Vienna, Austria & Online, 23-27 May 2022. (slides)

Conference & workshop contributions

  • INARCH Workshop 2022
  • EGU General Assembly 2019, 2020, 2021
  • VAO (Virtual Alpine Observatory) 2015
  • ICAM (International Conference on Alpine Meteorology) 2019
  • IMC (International Mountain conference) 2019


Slides to some talks are available via Github together with the source code.

Review/Editor activities

  • since 2022: Preprint moderator for EGUsphere
  • since 2021: Review Editor for Frontiers in Water, section Water and Hydrocomplexity
  • 2019 - 2020: Member of reviewer board of Water

For a list of verified reviews, see my Web of Science profile.


I love to work with . You can find some projects on my Github page.

  • Maintainer of eurocordexr, an R-package that makes it easier to work with EURO-CORDEX regional climate model simulation netcdf files. Available via CRAN with the source on Github.
  • Created websites (this one here and the one for CliRSnow) with blogdown
  • Some slides to mostly R-related topics are also online, thanks to xaringan

Data sets

Outreach & activism

I scientifically support climate action and activism, for example with fact checks. In private life, I provide technical advice for buddhist studies and a philosophy blog.


Various interviews related to Alpine snow cover (as part of CliRSnow): past changes, snow in general, and future snow.

Blog entries

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January 1, 0001
2 minute read, 350 words
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