Faculty of Geo- and Atmospheric Sciences

News and Events

Job Announcement

The University of Innsbruck invites applications for the position of

University Professor of Dynamic Meteorology

at the Department of Atmospheric and Cryospheric Sciences at the Faculty of Geo- and Atmospheric Sciences.  It is a position in accordance with § 98 of the Austrian Universities’ Act (Universitätsgesetz - UG) and will be based on a civil-law employment contract with the University on the basis of the Salaried Employees Act (Angestelltengesetz). It is comparable to a full professorship in the USA. The contract will be concluded for an unlimited period. The level of employment is full-time and the position is fully funded by the University.

Find more information >>
(17 July - 16 September 2024)

  • Sig­nif­i­cant decline of CO2 emis­sions in Inns­bruck

    Air monitoring measurements at the University of Innsbruck's atmospheric observatory show that carbon dioxide emissions in western Austria have fallen by around 20 percent since 2018. Emissions are therefore well below the levels predicted by various models. Observational data is becoming increasingly important for assessing greenhouse gas budgets.

  • From Glaciers to Rain­fall: Ten Years in the Andes

    Scientists at the University of Innsbruck have been studying the water cycle and glaciers in the Andes near Huaraz in northern Peru for a long time. They recently documented a previously unreported rainfall phenomenon. These light rainfalls, known locally as "Pushpa", mark the beginning of the sowing season. Their unpredictability from one year to the next complicates matters for farmers, a situation potentially worsened by climate change.

  • Ice cliffs as an early warn­ing sys­tem for the cli­mate

    It is rare to find glaciers bounded on land by vertical ice cliffs. These ice cliffs respond with particular sensitivity to environmental changes. Research teams from Tyrol and Styria are investigating ice formations at a site in the far north of Greenland. The researchers intend to draw conclusions about the development of the Arctic climate based on the changes in the glacier walls. 


alle News und Veranstaltungen

We introduce ourselves

weitere Mitarbeiter*innen


Büro des Dekans
Innrain 52f
6020 Innsbruck, Austria

+43 (0) 512 / 507 - 30221


Nach oben scrollen