Ina Neher

Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin

Forschungsgebiet

Energiemeteorologie

Kontakt

Hochschule Bonn-Rhein-Sieg
E-Mail: 
Ina.Neher [at] h-brs.de

Sankt Augustin

Grantham-Allee 20
53757
Sankt Augustin
Raum: 
G 029

Profil

Master of Science in Erneuerbare Energiesysteme

Forschungsinteressen:

  • Energiemeteorologie mit dem Fokus auf Solar Energie

  • Analyse der Strahlung auf ihrem Weg durch die Atmosphäre mit Hilfe von Simulationen und Messungen und deren Einfluss  auf Photovoltaik und Solarthermie

  • Bewertung und Analyse von Landnutzungsbedingten Einflüssen auf Strahlung und somit Solarenergie.

Lebenslauf

Publikationen

Paper:

 

1. Ina Neher, Tina Buchmann, Susanne Crewell, Bernd Evers-Dietze, Klaus Pfeilsticker, Bernhard Pospichal, Christopher Schirrmeister, Stefanie Meilinger. Impact of atmospheric aerosols on photovoltaic energy production Scenario for the Sahel zone, In: Energy Procedia, Volume 125, 2017, Pages 170-179.
 

2. Veronika Huber, Ina Neher, Benjamin Leon Bodirsky, Kathrin Höfner, Joachim Schellnhuber. Will the World Run out of Land? A Kaya-Type Decomposition to Study Past Trends of Cropland Expansion, In: Environmental Research Letters, Volume 9, Number 2, 2014.

 

Poster:

 

1. Ina Neher, Tina Buchmann, Susanne Crewell, Stefanie Meilinger. Impact of aerosols on solar energy production – Scenarios from the Sahel zone, At EGU General Assembly, April 2017, Vienna, Austria.
 

2. Ina Neher, Bernd Evers-Dietze, Evandro Dresch, Tina Buchmann, Stefanie Meilinger, Susanne Crewell. Meteorological impact on solar energy - The relevance of aerosols and model validation, At 4th GSGS researche conference, January 2017, Cologne, Germany.
 

3. Ina Neher, Evandro Dresch, Khurshid Hasan, Bernd Evers-Dietze, Dieter Franke and Stefanie Meilinger. Energy meteorology studies investigating the impact of clouds on PV power yields - Coupling a spectrally resolved radiation model and a two-diode model, At 5th EMS Annual Meeting & 12th European Conference on Applications of Meteorology (ECAM), September 2015, Sofia, Bulgaria.
 

4. Ina Neher, Stefanie Meilinger. Energy meteorology studies investigating the impact of land-use changes on solar power – The influence of aerosols and clouds on solar radiation and solar power yields, At PhD Conference on Earth System Science, March 2015, Mainz, Germany.
 

5. Ina Neher, Benjamin Bodirsky. Bioenergy and other drivers of land expansion – A Kaya-like decomposition, At ALTER-Net's 8th Summer School on biodiversity and ecosystem services, September 2013, Peyresq, France.