Nikolina Ban

Dr. Nikolina Ban

Assistant Professor
Ice and Climate

  +43 512 507-54419

  Room 6DG15

Curriculum Vitae


Mountain Climate at the Kilometre-Scale Resolution


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Contributions to Books / Journals

Journal Article (Original Paper)
  • Giorgi, F.; Coppola, E.; Jacob, D.; ..., ...; Ban, N.; et al. (2022): The CORDEX-CORE EXP-I initiative: Description and highlight results from the initial analysis.
    In: Bulletin Of The American Meteorological Society 103/2, pp. E293 - E310. (DOI) (Web link)

  • Ban, N.; Caillaud, C.; Coppola, E.; ..., ...; Zander, M. J.; et al (2021): The first multi-model ensemble of regional climate simulations at kilometer-scale resolution, part I: evaluation of precipitation.
    In: Climate Dynamics 57, pp. 275 - 302. (Full-text) (DOI) (Web link)

  • Fowler, H. J.; Ali, H.; Allan, R. P.; Ban, N. et al. (2021): Towards advancing scientific knowledge of climate change impacts on short-duration rainfall extremes.
    In: Philosophical Transactions of The Royal Society A - Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences 379/2195, No. 20190542. (DOI) (Web link)

  • Heim, C.; Hentgen, L.; Ban, N.; Schär, C. (2021): Inter-model variability in convection- resolving simulations of subtropical marine low clouds.
    In: Journal of the Meteorological Society of Japan 99, pp. 1271 - 1295. (DOI) (Web link)

  • Pichelli, E.; Coppola, E.; Sobolowski, S.; Ban, N.; ..., ...; Vegera-Temprado, J.; et al (2021): The first multi-model ensemble of regional climate simulations at kilometer-scale resolution part 2: historical and future simulations of precipitation.
    In: Climate Dynamics 56/11-12, pp. 3581 - 3602. (DOI) (Web link)

  • Serifi, A.; Günther, T.; Ban, N. (2021): Spatio-Temporal Downscaling of Climate Data Using Convolutional and Error-Predicting Neural Networks.
    In: Frontiers in Climate 3, Nr. 656479. (DOI) (Web link)

  • Vergara‐Temprado, J.; Ban, N.; Schär, C. (2021): Extreme sub‐hourly precipitation intensities scale close to the Clausius‐Clapeyron rate over Europe.
    In: Geophysical Research Letters 48/3, Nr. e2020GL089506. (DOI) (Web link)

  • Zeman, C.; Wedi, N. P.; Dueben, P. D.; Ban, N.; Schär, C. (2021): Model intercomparison of COSMO 5.0 and IFS 45r1 at kilometer-scale grid spacing.
    In: Geoscientific Model Development 14/7, pp. 4617 - 4639. (DOI) (Web link)

  • Schär, C.; Fuhrer, O.; Arteaga, A.; Ban, N.; Charpilloz, C.; Di Girolamo, S.; Hentgen, L.; Hoefer, T.; Lapillone, X.; Leutwyler, D.; Osterried, K.; Panosetti, D.; Ruedisuehli, S.; Schlemmer, L.; Schulthess, T.; Sprenger, M.; Ubbiali, S.; Wernli, H. (2020): Kilometer-scale climate models: Prospects and challenges.
    In: Bulletin Of The American Meteorological Society 101/5, pp. E567 - E587. (DOI) (Web link)

  • Vergara-Temprado, J.; Ban, N.; Panosetti, D.; Schlemmer, L.; Schär, C. (2020): Climate Models Permit Convection at Much Coarser Resolutions Than Previously Considered.
    In: Journal Of Climate 133/5, pp. 1915 - 1933. (DOI) (Web link)

Journal Article (Review)
  • Fowler, H.J.; Lenderink, G.; Prein, A.F.; Westra, S.; Allan, R.P.; Ban, N.; Barbero, R.; Berg, P.; Blenkinsop, S.; Do, H.X.; Guerreiro, S.; Haerter, J.O.; Kendon, E.J.; Lewis, E.; Schaer, C.; Sharma, A.; Villarini, G.; Wasko, C.; Zhang, X. (2021): Anthropogenic intensification of short-duration rainfall extremes.
    In: Nature Reviews Earth & Environment 2, pp. 107 - 122. (DOI) (Web link)

Journal Article (Meeting-Abstract)
  • Fosser, G.; Adinolfi, M.; Ban, N. et al. (2021): Can Convection‐Permitting Models really Offer Promise of More Certain Extreme Rainfall Projections?
    In: Geophysical Research Abstracts. EGU General Assembly 2021, EGU21-11001. (DOI) (Web link)

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