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Dr. Galina Dick

Dr. Galina Dick
Haus A 17, Raum 10.11 (Büro)
14473 Potsdam

Funktion und Aufgaben:

Research scientist at GFZ, responsible for ground-based GNSS atmospheric sounding

Group leader "GNSS Meteorology"

Wissenschaftliche Interessen:

Ground-based GNSS atmosphere sounding
Development of ground-based GNSS atmosphere sounding techniques
Operational processing of GNSS data and using derived tropospheric products for weather forecast
Applications of GNSS-derived tropospheric products in atmospheric and climate sciences


1992-1994 research scientist at GFZ, member of IGS Analysis Centre at GFZ

1995-1998 research scientist at GFZ within project 'MOMS-Priroda'

1999-2003 research scientist at GFZ within the BMBF strategy found 'GPS Atmospheric Sounding Project' (GASP)

Since 2003 research scientist at GFZ, responsible for ground-based GNSS atmosphere sounding and GNSS data processing

Since 2017 group leader "GNSS Meteorology" at GFZ

Werdegang / Ausbildung:

Diploma in Mathematics, University of Kharkov, Ukraine
Dr. rer. nat. (PhD), Technical University of Tallinn, Estonia


  • European Project E-GVAP: 'The EUMETNET GPS Water Vapour Programme', Head of GNSS Analysis Centre at GFZ for E-GVAP
  • GRUAN: The Global Climate Observing System (GCOS) Reference Upper Air Network of the World Meteorological Organization (WMO), Head of Central GRUAN GNSS Data Processing Centre
  • WegenerNet, Wegener Center for Climate and Global Change, an interdisciplinary institute of the University of Graz
  • MOSES (Modular Observation Solutions for Earth Systems), a novel observing system of the Helmholtz Association, developed by the Helmholtz Centres in the research field “Earth and Environment”.

Wissenschaftliche Gremien:

  • Member of IGS Troposphere Working Group
  • Member of GRUAN GNSS Precipitable Water Task Team
  • Member of the GNSS Expert Team within E-GVAP
  • Co-chair of Working Group  4.3.5 "Real-time Troposphere Monitoring" of IAG Sub-Comission 4.3 'Atmospheric Remote Sensing'

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