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DPSP in "Meteorology, Climatology and Atmospheric Environment"

Programme Profile

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The Departmental Post-graduate Studies Program (DPSP) "Meteorology, Climatology and Atmospheric Environment" aims to promote the science of Meteorology, Climatology and Atmospheric Environment, through the establishment of specialised scientists as well as through the effective link among research, teaching and application.

The graduate students in order to obtain their MSc Degree in "Meteorology, Climatology and Atmospheric Environment" are required to successfully complete 4 semesters that correspond to a total of 120 ECTS. During the 1st, the 2nd and 3rd semesters, which correspond to 90 ECTS, the students have to attend and complete successfully the exams of their taught courses. During the 4th semester they follow a traineeship lasting one (1) month and work on their Master Thesis (30 ECTS) which they defend in public.

The post-graduate program offers a MSc Degree in "Meteorology, Climatology and Atmospheric Environment".

Upon successful completion of the program requirements, the graduate will be able to acquire skills and knowledge in the fields of a) Meteorology, b) Climatology and c) Atmospheric Environment, directly related to fundamental and applied research in Earth and Environmental Sciences. Specifically, in the context of Meteorology, the students expand and deepen their knowledge in the subjects of Practical, Synoptic and Dynamic Meteorology, Agro-meteorology, Cloud Physics and Hydro-meteorology, as well as in Weather Forecast and Weather Modification issues. Also, in the context of Climatology, the students enrich their knowledge in Dynamical, Physical and Applied Climatology, Climate Analysis Climate Change. Finally in the context of Atmospheric Environment the students follow taught courses giving emphasis on Atmospheric Pollution and Atmospheric Chemistry, Earths Radiation Budget and the physical processes of the Atmospheric Boundary Layer.

The students, beyond the aforementioned theoretical taught courses, acquire practical experience from a traineeship of one (1) month in Macedonia Airport Weather Office and the Centre for Meteorological Applications of Greek Agricultural Insurance Organisation on issues related to Weather Forecast and Weather Modification and analysis and synthesis of meteorological data to produce weather maps. Finally the students acquire modern research experience through their research work in the framework of their Master Thesis.

You can find more information in meteo.geo.auth.gr/en/


Associate Professor Christina Anagnostopoulou (Director), tel. +30 2310 998414, chanag@geo.auth.gr

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