M. Sc. Friederike Klos

Friederike Klos
M. Sc. Friederike Klos
PhD Student
Telegrafenberg
Building A 17, Room 01.02
14473 Potsdam
+49 331 288-1890
friederike.klos@gfz-potsdam.de

Career:

10/2019 to date

    Ph.D. at the Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus–Senftenberg and section 1.4 Remote Sensing and Geoinformatics at the German Research Center for Geosciences GFZ Potsdam

  • Hyperspectral detection of heavy metals (Cu, Zn, Ni) in hyperaccumulators related to the project HyPhy.

07/2018 to 09/2019

    Research assistant at section 1.4 Remote Sensing and Geoinformatics at the German Research Center for Geosciences GFZ Potsdam

10/2017 to 06/2018

    GIS Data Scientist at section 1.4 Remote Sensing and Geoinformatics at the German Research Center for Geosciences GFZ Potsdam

  • Implementation of an ArcGIS-Plugin with Python and ArcPy including the process of Sentinal-2 L1C data with Sen2Cor Level-2A Processor.

Education:

06/2017 to 07/2017

Advanced training GIS Analyst at the GIS Akadamie, Berlin

Contents of training course:

  • Geographic information system: ArcGIS (including 3D Analyst, Spatial Analyst, Network Analyst), QGIS
    Geostatistics: Spatial Statistic Toolboox, R
    Databases: PostgreSQL/PostGIS, SQL
    GIS-programming: Python, ArcPy, PyQGIS

09/2009 to 08/2016

Bachelor and Master at the Universitiy TU Bergakademie Freiberg

  • Master specialisation: Climate & Environment, especially Soil Science.

    Master Thesis: "Colluvial deposits and paleosols in the catchments of lake "Tiefer See" near Hohengüstow (Uckermark) and lake "Tiefer See" near Klocksin (Mecklenburg) indicating historical soil erosion"

    This thesis considers historical soil erosion and sea level dynamics of two lakes located in the North German Lowland. Soil profiles were investigated with pedological-geomorphical and geochronologic methods. Single phases of erosion and sea level dynamics were differentiated with optically stimulated luminescence, portable OSL-reader and grain size analysis.

Projects:

  • HyPhy
  • LiGHTS

Awards:

02/2019

Third place for the best Young Scientist poster presentation and second place for the best poster audience award at the EARSeL SIG Imaging Spectroscopy Workshop in Brno, Czech Republic for the poster 'Hyperspectral Lithium-Pegmatite Detection - A Case Study for Hoydalen, Norway'

Publications