|Born||1965 in Göttingen, Germany.|
|Parents|| Erika Huber-Lohmann and Karl Lohmann. |
3 sisters (Frauke Weyrich, Imke and Wiebke Lohmann), 1 brother (Dag Lohmann)
|School||Theodor-Heuss-Gymnasium, Göttingen, Germany|
|Civil Service||1984-1986, Martinsclub, Wangerooge, Germany.|
|Kibbuz||1986: Work in the Kibbuz Afek, Israel|
|OWB||Since 1989: Work in the Akademie für Ost-West-Begegnungen, member of the Federal Agency for Civic Education. Since 2010 in the board of directors.|
|Universities||Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry and Paedagogics at the Georg-August-University of Göttingen and Philipps University Marburg.|
|1988: Undergraduate degree (similar to B.S.) in Physics and Mathematics at the Philipps University of Marburg/Lahn|
|1989-1992: Scholarship of the ''Hoechst Foundation'' .|
|1990: Diploma Examinations (similar to M.S.) in Physics, University of Marburg/Lahn |
Scientific and Teaching Assistant in the Department for Statistical Physics and Mathematics .
|1992: Diploma thesis ''Stability of stochastic dynamical systems'' (Theoretical Physics). Supervisor is Prof. W. Maaß.|
|Ph.D.||1992 - 1995: Research associate at the Alfred-Wegener-Institute for Polar and Marine Research in Bremerhaven, Germany. Ph.D. work under the guidance of Dr. Rüdiger Gerdes, Prof. Dirk Olbers, and Prof. Deliang Chen (University of Gothenburg) .|
|1993: July-Oct Expedition to the Laptev Sea on Research vessel ''Polarstern'' .|
|1994: Visiting Scientist at the Earth Science Center, University of Gothenburg, Sweden.
Scholarship of the German Academic Exchange Service ''Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst''.
|1995: Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) Defence at the University of Bremen, Germany.|
|Ph.D. thesis: ''Stability of the Thermohaline Circulation in analytical and numerical models''.|
|Post-doc||1996 - 2000: Max-Planck-Institut für Meteorologie in Hamburg, Germany. |
Department: Physics of the Oceans & Climate Dynamics ( Prof. Klaus Hasselmann).
Research Group: Ocean circulation and paleo-modelling (Dr. Ernst Maier-Reimer/Dr. Uwe Mikolajewicz) and Atmosphere-Ocean Coupling ( Prof. Mojib Latif)
Several Publications and conference contributions.
|Research Scientist||2000-2001 Bremen University, Geoscience Department. Responsible for the Bremen modelling contribution 'Holocene climate variability' in the project 'Climate in historical times' (KIHZ). |
Organizing Committee of the Summerschool on Holocene climate variability.
Several research projects, Seminars and teaching activity
Frontiers of Science Symposia 2001, 2002, 2003 - Organizing Committee
2001-2004: European Geophysical Society (EGS, now: EGU): Secretary for Meteorolgy
2001-2006: BMBF founded project 'Climate Transitions'. Junior research group 'Earth System Modeling and analysis' at the Department
Theoretical Meteorology of the University of Hamburg and Center for Marine Environmental Sciences (marum) .
2001-2003: Lecturer at the University of Hamburg, (e.g., Introduction to Paleoclimate Modelling)
2002-2004: Tenure at Bremen University, Marum
2003-2006: Spokesperson for the German climate research program DEKLIM .
Editorial Boards Climate of the Past (2004-2015); Earth System Dynamics (2010- ); Arktos (2015- )
|Professor||since 2004: Professor for Physics of the Climate System, Physics Department of the University of Bremen in cooperation with the
Alfred Wegener Institute in Bremerhaven
since 2005: Section head 'Paleoclimate Dynamics' at the Alfred Wegener Institute
2006-2009: President for the Climate division of the European Gescience Union (EGU).
2006-2013: Scientific Steering Board of the Model and Data Group at the German Climate Computing Centre
Since 2007: Excellence Cluster marum 'The Ocean in the Earth System' at the University of Bremen.
2007: Guest Scientist at PAGES & University of Bern, Switzerland .
2008-2016: Initiator and Speaker of the Earth System Science Research School (ESSReS)
2008-2011: Head of COSMOS Paleo Activity
2008-2011: Speaker of the DFG - Research Unit 'Understanding Cenozoic Climate Cooling'
2009: Guest Lecturer at the Geoscience centre Gothenburg, Sweden. Guest Scientist University of Norwich, UK.
2009: Romanian Academy Award „Stefan Hepites“ with Norel Rimbu, Klaus Grosfeld, Klaus Fraedrich, Frank Lunkeit for "understanding of atmospheric circulation during the Holocene"
2010: Guest Scientist at the Faculty of Physics, University of Bukarest, Romania
2012, 2014: Guest Scientist at the First Institute of Oceanography (FIO) and Ocean University of China (OUC) in Qingdao, China
Since 2012: Science Advisory Board of 'KatRisk LLC'
2013: Master programme for climate within 'Umweltwissenschaften' at Fern Universität Hagen
2013: Participant in the Center of interdisciplinary research
2013-2018: Topic Speaker at AWI (The Earth system from a polar perspective)
2015: Scales and Scaling in the Climate System: Bridging theory, climate models and data. PAGES group Climate Variability Across Scales: from centuries to millennia (CVAS)
2016: Guest Professor at the First Institute of Oceanography, Qingdao, China
Gerrit Lohmann studied physics and mathematics at the Universities Göttingen and Marburg, and received the diploma in physics in 1992. From 1992 to 1995 he worked as a graduate research assistent at the Alfred-Wegener-Institute for Polar and Marine Research in Bremerhaven, Germany. In 1994, he was a visiting scientist at the Earth Science Centre, University of Gothenburg and got a scholarship of the German Academic Exchange Service DAAD. He obtained his Ph.D. Degree in physics in Bremen in 1995.
After 5 years at the Max-Planck-Institute in Hamburg working on climate modelling, he worked at the Geosciences Department of Bremen and the Meteorological Institute at the University of Hamburg. From 2002 to 2004, he had a tenure position at Bremen University, Center for Marine Environmental Sciences and was lecturer at the University of Hamburg and the European Graduate College in Marine Sciences. He authors peer-reviewed publications in international journals in the fields of climate modelling, and statistical analysis of observational and proxy data. Since July 2004, he is a professor for "Paleoclimate Dynamics" at the Alfred-Wegener-Institute for Polar and Marine Research in Bremerhaven in cooperation with the Physics Department at the University of Bremen.
Gerrit Lohmann was active in several national and international projects and activities, e.g. President of the climate division of the European Geosciences Union (2006-2009). He was the initiator and speaker of the Earth System Science Research School (ESSReS) at the University of Bremen, Jacobs University Bremen, and AWI Bremerhaven. He had several short-term research stays, conference contributions, and teaching at summer/winter schools.