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Dr.-Ing. Andreas Schenk
Scientific coordinator

phone: +49-721-608 43676

Email: andreas.schenk(at)kit.edu

Contact MICMoR

Dr. Bärbel Elija Bleher
MICMoR Coordinator
Phone: ++49 8821 183 111
E-Mail: Elija BleherHmp2∂kit edu

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
Institute for Meteorology & Climate Research,
Atmospheric Environmental Research (IMK-IFU)

Kreuzeckbahnstraße. 19
82467 Garmisch‐Partenkirchen
Phone +49 8821 183 0
Fax: +49 8821 73573



Dr. Kirsten Hennrich 
KIT Climate and Environment Center
Karlsruhe Institut of Technology KIT 
Hermann-von-Helmholtz-Platz 1 
76344 Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen 
Phone: +49 721 608-28592

Graduate Schools of the KIT Climate and Environment Center

warum-wieso-der Graduiertenschule - schematische Übersicht
GRACE schematische Übersicht

GRACE is a graduate school for post-graduates of the KIT Climate and Environment Center. In cooperation with the Technical University of Darmstadt and the ESADE Business School, Barcelona, GRACE is aimed at supplying post-graduate students with specific and interdisciplinary knowledge as well as with key qualifications. In this way, Ph. D. students will be prepared optimally for their later career in science, industry, or an own enterprise. Apart from analysis and problem solution competence, international networking and dissemination of business-relevant contents are supported. Among others, stays abroad, summer schools, or a block course for executives at the ESADE Business School, Barcelona, are funded.

Link to KIT GRACE Site




The new Helmholtz Research School MICMoR is a Graduate Research Programme on Mechanisms and Interactions of Climate Change in Mountain Regions. It is funded by the Helmholtz Association, hosted by KIT/IMK-IFU in Garmisch-Partenkirchen and about to start January 1, 2012.

For MICMoR’s Graduate Programme scientists from KIT/IMK-IFU and its partner institutions (TUM, LMU, University of Augsburg, University of Würzburg, University of Bayreuth, DLR, HMGU) have joined forces. Research is directed to the consequences of climate change for biosphere, atmosphere and pedo-/hydrosphere processes, and our vision is to train a new generation of outstanding young scientists to navigate successfully in collaborative climate change research. MICMoR’s graduate programme offers training in scientific and methodic skills, professional preparation and international exchange and collaboration. PhD students can apply for this programme, however, MICMoR is a supplemental support programme; it will not fund basic personal stipends.

For more information see the MICMoR Website