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Andersen, Jasmin

Jasmin Andersen

Physics Education


phone +49-(0)431-880-3846
address Olshausenstraße 62, D-24118 Kiel


2012 – 2014 Master's degree in Geophysics at Kiel University
2009 – 2012 Bachelor's degree in Science Physics of the Earth System at Kiel University
2008 – 2009 Studies in Physics at Universität Hamburg

Professional Activity

Since October 2015 Research Scientist and Doctoral Candidate in the project CAU-LiB at the Department of Physics at the Kiel University in cooperation with IPN - Leibniz Institute for Science and Mathematics Education
2014 – 2015 Research scientist at the Institute of Geoscience at Kiel University

Research Interests

Development of experiments for physical laboratory courses
Target group-oriented laboratory courses

Current Projects

CAU-LiB Lehramt in Bewegung

Selected Publications

Schaller, T., Andersen, J., Götze, H. J., Koproch, N., Schmidt, S., Sobiesiak, M., & Splettstößer, S. (2015). Segmentation of the Andean margin by isostatic models and gradients. Journal of South American Earth Sciences, 59, 69-85.
Wilken, D., Wunderlich, T., Majchczack, B., Andersen, J., Rabbel, W. (2015). Rayleigh-wave Resonance Analysis: A Methodological Test on a Viking Age Pit House. Archaeological Prospection.
Wunderlich, T., Wilken, D., Andersen, J., Rabbel, W., Zori, D., Kalmring, S., & Byock, J. (2015). On the Ability of Geophysical Methods to Image Medieval Turf Buildings in Iceland. Archaeological Prospection.

Publications in the research information system

all publications recorded in PURE