I'm an assistant professor at the University of
Bern and a lecturer at FHNW in Switzerland.
My research focuses on solar flares, solar magnetic fields,
astronomical instrumentation, and the
analysis of multi-wavelength data taken by spacecraft and
ground-based instruments. I lead a SNF PRIMA grant working on
machine learning applications for solar and stellar data analysis.
In the past, I worked on satellites (IRIS, Solar Orbiter) and
I was the head of the German Solar Telescopes at the Observatorio del
Teide in Tenerife and the lead scientist of GREGOR, Europe's largest solar telescope and led its optical redesign.
Prof. Dr. Lucia Kleint
Astronomical Institute of the University of Bern