Dr. Arkadiusz Robert Glogowski
Assistant / Postdoc
Philosophisch-Naturwissenschaftliche Fakultät
Departement Umweltwissenschaften
FG Schilling

Assistant / Postdoc

FG Schilling
Bernoullistrasse 30
4056 Basel
Schweiz

arkadiusz.glogowski@unibas.ch

Research Interest

My research and interests in the past were related to Biometeorology and Climate Change where I created a 3-D phase space model based on 120-year meteorological measurements, which allowed to develop an algorithm for reconstructing the biometeorological conditions for places without measurements history. Then I was involved in the H2020 WATERAGRI project,  where I was responsible for creating ISSH model in HydroGeoSphere for an agricultural catchment with a data assimilation framework.

I’m currently working on sustainable nitrogen fertilization for agricultural crops as a part of SUNIMO project and the creation of a European database for Agricultural management using AI (FARMWISE – HORIZON EUROPE).

I am also a developer of R package Climate which allow users to obtain in-situ meteorological and hydrological data from publicly available repositories.

Research Gate: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Arkadiusz-Glogowski

Academic Appointments and Employment

Since 2024
Postdoc, University of Basel, CH

Since 2024
Assistant Profesor, Wroclaw University of Environmental and Life Sciences, PL

2020 – 2023
Assistant Professor, Wroclaw University of Environmental and Life Sciences, PL WATERAGRI HORIZON 2020 project

2016 – 2022
PhD Student, Wroclaw University of Environmental and Life Sciences, PL 

Education

2016 – 2021           PhD in Bioclimatology, UPWR, PL

2011 – 2016           BSc & MSc in Water Management , UPWR, PL

Academic achievements, services, fellowships, and awards

01-07.2021             Internship at Université de Neuchâtel, founded by WATERAGRI and UPWR

03.2020                  Internship at the University of Edinburgh, NAWA-PROM

08.2019                  Internship at the University of Edinburgh, UPWR

04-05.2019              Internship at the University of Edinburgh, UPWR