Since January 2019: PhD student at University of Aberdeen (UK). Topic: UAV thermal remote sensing for assessing river temperature.
2015 - 2018: MSc in Applied Geoscience, Technical University Darmstadt, (Germany). Thesis title: Analysis of geological structures using a drone based IR camera - case studies from Iceland and Germany.
2011 - 2015: BSc in Geoscience, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz, (Germany). Thesis title: Landslide in Löllbach (district Bad Kreuznach - Germany) Examination of the geotechnical situation and methods for landslide rehabilitation.
Researchtitle: UAV thermal remote sensing for assessing river temperature
Supervisor University of Aberdeen: Dr. Josie Geris
Supervisor James Hutton Institute: Dr. Mark Wilkinson
Loerke, E., Pohle, I., Wilkinson, M.E., Rivington, M., Wardell-Johnson, D., Geris, J., 2023. Long-term daily stream temperature record for Scotland reveals spatio-temporal patterns in warming of rivers in the past and further warming in the future. Sci. Total Environ.