Karim Douch

Scientific Employee


+49 711 685-83474

Geschwister-Scholl-Str. 24/D
70174 Stuttgart
Room: 5.306

  1. 2019

    1. Trimeche, A., Battelier, B., Becker, D., Bertoldi, A., Bouyer, P., Braxmaier, C., … others. (2019). Concept study and preliminary design of a cold atom interferometer for space gravity gradiometry. ArXiv Preprint ArXiv:1903.09828.
    2. Peyman, S., Douch, K., & Sneeuw, N. (2019). Investigating Granger causality between sea surface temperature and terrestrial water storage change in Europe. Frontiers of Geodetic Science 2019, Stuttgart, Germany, 17--19 September 2019.
    3. Douch, K, Cambiotti, G., Sneeuw, N., Anselmi, A., Marotta, A., & Sabadini, R. (2019). On the Possibility to monitor the Co- and Post-seismic Signal with the Next Generation Gravity Mission. Retrieved from https://www.gis.uni-stuttgart.de/forschung/doc/Douch_2019.pdf
    4. Feng, W., Wang, C., Zhong, M., Shum, C., Hsu, H., Sneeuw, N., … Yeh, H. (2019). Potential hydrological and seismological applications of the next-generation gravity field missions based on multi-pair constellations and joint sino-European numerical simulations. IUGG, Montréal, Canada, 8--18 July 2019,.
    5. Knabe, A., Douch, K., & Müller, J. (2019). The potential of satellite gradiometry to recover the time-variable gravity field. Retrieved from https://www.gis.uni-stuttgart.de/forschung/doc/Knabe_2019.pdf
  2. 2018

    1. Douch, Karim, Knabe, A., Wu, H., Mueller, J., & Heinzel, G. (2018). What is Required to Recover the Time-variable Gravitational Field Using Satellite Gradiometry? Retrieved from https://www.gis.uni-stuttgart.de/forschung/doc/Douch_2018.pdf
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