Dr. Kathrin Wahle
Multivariate statistical data analysis and machine learning
Kathrin Wahle (f) is a research scientist at Hereon Institute of Coastal Systems Analysis and Modeling. She received her Diploma degree in Theoretical Physics from University of Hamburg in 2000. She joined Hereon Remote Sensing Department in 2002 and got her PhD on the development of an atmospheric correction for MERIS based on Neural Networks in 2005. Postdoctoral she joined the department of Hydrodynamics and Data assimilation to work on model coupling.
- Wahle, K., Stanev, E.V., & Staneva, J. (2023): Detecting anomalous sea-level states in North Sea tide gauge data using an autoassociative neural network. Nat. Hazards Earth Syst. Sci., 23, 415–428, doi:10.5194/nhess-23-415-2023
- Stanev, E.V., Wahle, K., & Staneva, J. (2022): The synergy of data from profiling floats, machine learning and numerical modeling: Case of the Black Sea euphotic zone. Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans, 127, doi:10.1029/2021JC018012