Unsere Mitarbeiter*innen

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Dr. rer. nat. Sabrina Hempel

Wissenschaftlerin; 2. Stellvertretende Abteilungsleiterin

Abteilung: Technik in der Tierhaltung

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Mitarbeit in Forschungsprogrammen


Arbeitsgebiete

  • Leitung der Arbeitsgruppe "Stallklima- und Emissionsmodellierung"
  • Messen von meteorologischen Parametern und Schadgaskonzentrationen in und um Tierhaltungsanlagen (insbesondere in natürlich belüftete Stallanlagen) 
  • Charakterisieren und Modellieren des Transports klima- und umweltschädlicher Gase in und aus Tierhaltungsanlagen
    • (Semi-)Mechanistische Modellierung von Strömungs- und Transportvorgängen (numerische Strömungsmechanik)
    • Empirische Modellierung von Emissionsdynamik und Mikroklima (Statistik und Datenwissenschaft)
  • Tiergerechte und nachhaltige Nutztierhaltung
  • Emissionsminderung in der Nutztierhaltung
  • Anpassungsstrategien für frei belüftete Ställe an den Klimawandel

Mitwirkung in Gremien

  • Mitglied der Expertengruppe IVC Housing and Management systems (https://www.vera-verification.eu/)
  • Mitglied des “Leibniz mentoring alumnae network”
  • Mitglied des "Leibniz PostDoc Netzwerks", insbesondere Mitwirkung in AG Karriereentwicklung 
  • Mitglied der ATB internen Beratungsgruppe “DFG Antragsstellung"
  • Mitglied der KTBL Arbeitsgruppe "Bewertung von Haltungsverfahren hinsichtlich Emissionen“

Projekte


Veröffentlichungen


Veröffentlichungen vor ATB-Zugehörigkeit

Hempel, S.; Frieler, K.; Warszawski, L.; Schewe, J.; Piontek, F. (2013): A trend-preserving bias correction-the ISI-MIP approach. Earth System Dynamics (4): p. 219-236

Winck, F. V.; Arvidsson, S.; Riaño-Pachón, D. M.; Hempel, S.; Koseska, A.; Nikoloski, Z.; Gomez, D. A. U.; Rupprecht, J.; Mueller-Roeber, B. (2013): Genome-wide identification of regulatory elements and reconstruction of gene regulatory networks of the green alga Chlamydomonas reinhardtii under carbon deprivation. PLoS One (8): p. e79909

Hempel, S.; Koseska, A.; Nikoloski, Z. (2013) Data-driven reconstruction of directed networks. The European Physical Journal B (86): p. 250

Hempel, S. (2012): Deciphering gene regulation from time series data. "Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Mathematisch-Naturwissenschaftliche Fakultät I", dissertation

Hempel, S.; Koseska, A.; Nikoloski, Z.; Kurths, J. (2011): Unraveling gene regulatory networks from time-resolved gene expression data--a measures comparison study. BMC bioinformatics (12): p. 292

Hempel, S.; Koseska, A.; Kurths, J.; Nikoloski, Z. (2011): Inner composition alignment for inferring directed networks from short time series. Physical review letters (107): p. 054101


Curriculum Vitae

PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND

since 2020

Leader of the reasearch group "barn climate an emission modeling", Department “Engineering for Livestock Management”, Leibniz Institute for Agricultural Engineering and Bioeconomy (ATB), Germany

since 2018

Leader of the BeLuVa project (funded by German Research Foundation – DFG), Department “Engineering for Livestock Management”, Leibniz Institute for Agricultural Engineering and Bioeconomy (ATB), Germany

since 2015

Deputy Head of the Department “Engineering for Livestock Management”, Leibniz Institute for Agricultural Engineering and Bioeconomy, Germany

2014 - 2017

Leader and Coordinator of the OptiBarn project (funded by German Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture – BMEL – in the framework of FACCE ERANET+), Department “Engineering for Livestock Management”, Leibniz Institute for Agricultural Engineering and Bioeconomy (ATB), Germany

since 2013 

Research Scientist, Department “Engineering for Livestock Management”, Leibniz Institute for Agricultural Engineering and Bioeconomy (ATB), Germany

2012 - 2013

Scientific programmer and member of the coordination group of the ISI-MIP project (funded by German Ministry of Education and Research – BMBF), Department “Climate Impacts and Vulnerabilities”, Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK), Germany

2009 - 2011

Research assistant, Interdisciplinary Center for Dynamics of Complex Systems (DYCOS), University of Potsdam, Germany

2006 - 2008

Student assistant, Interdisciplinary Center for Dynamics of Complex Systems (DYCOS), University of Potsdam, Germany

EDUCATION

2012

PhD - Thesis topic: Deciphering gene regulation from time series data; Faculty of Math and Natural Sciences, Department of Physics / Theoretical Physics, Humboldt University Berlin, Germany; Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. mult. Jürgen Kurths

2009

University Diploma - Thesis topic: Numeric methods for detecting saddle-type objects - a comparative analysis and application to global circulation model data; Faculty of Math and Natural Sciences, Department of Physics / Nonlinear Dynamics, University of Potsdam, Germany