Lucia Kleint


I'm a scientist at the Kiepenheuer Institute for solar physics in Germany and at FHNW in Switzerland. My research focuses on solar flares, solar magnetic fields, and the analysis of multi-wavelength data taken by spacecraft and ground-based instruments. At KIS, I'm the lead scientist of GREGOR, Europe's largest solar telescope. At FHNW, I work on machine learning applications for solar data analysis and I'm part of the STIX team - the X-ray telescope, which will fly aboard Solar Orbiter.

Dr. Lucia Kleint
Kiepenheuer-Institut für Sonnenphysik
Schöneckstrasse 6
DE-79104 Freiburg