Press release: Climate change threatens to cause trillions in damage to world's coasts, if coastal regions do not adapt to sea-level rise.

February 4, 2014

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Dr. Daniel Lincke

Adaptation and Social Learning / Green Growth



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Daniel Lincke studied Computer Science at the Friedrich-Schille-University Jena and graduated in 2003 (Diploma). After working two years in an industrial researched company he became a PhD student at PIK in 2006. After finishing his PhD (supervised at the Technical University Hamburg-Harburg) in 2012 he joined GCF as a scientific programmer, where his strong knowledge of different programming paradigms and languages is used in different projects. Currently he is involved in the Adaptation and Social Learning process, where he is responsible for further development of the DIVA model, and in the Green Growth process, where he supports the development of next generation economic growth models.




  • Lincke D., S. Schupp, and C. Ionescu (2014). Functional prototypes for generic C++ libraries: a transformational approach based on higher-order, typed signatures. International Journal on Software Tools for Technology Transfer. DOI: 10.1007/s10009-014-0299-0.
  • Hinkel, J., D. Lincke, A. T. Vafeidis, M. Perrette, R. J. Nicholls, R. S. J. Tol, B. Marzeion, X. Fettweis, C. Ionescu, and A. Levermann (2014). Coastal flood damage and adaptation cost under 21st century sea-level rise. In: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Published ahead of print February 3, 2014. DOI: 10.1073/pnas. 1222469111.
  • Wolf S., S. Fuerst, A. Mandel, W. Lass, D. Lincke, F. Pablo-Marti, and C. Jaeger (2013). A multi-agent model of several economic regions, Environmental Modelling and Software 44 p. 25-43.
  • Lincke D. (2012). A transformational approach to generic software development based on higher-order, typed functional signatures. PhD Thesis, Technische Universität Hamburg-Harburg, 2012.
  • Wolf, S., S. Fürst, A. Mandel, S. Knell, W. Lass, D. Lincke, J. Teitge, and C. Jaeger (2012). Two modes of scheduling in a simple economic agent-based model. SIMULTECH 2012 – Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Simulation and Modeling Methodologies, Technologies and Applications, Rome, Italy, 28 - 31 July, 2012.
  • Lincke D. and S. Schupp (2012). From HOT to COOL Transforming Higher-Order Typed Languages to Concept-Constrained Object-Oriented Languages. In:  A. Sloane and S. Andova (Ed.), Proceedings of the12th Workshop on Language Descriptions, Tools and Applications, LDTA 2012, Tallinn, Estonia, March 31 - April 1, 2012.
  • Botta, N., A. Mandel, C. Ionescu, M. Hofmann, D. Lincke, S. Schupp and C. Jaeger (2011). A functional framework for agent-based models of exchange. Applied Mathematics and Computation 218, 8, p. 4025-4040.
  • Lincke D. and S. Schupp (2009). The Function Concept in C++ - An Empirical Study. In: J. Gibbons, R. Paterson (Ed.), WGP'09: Proceedings of the 2009 ACM SIGPLAN workshop on Generic programming, Edinburgh, UK, August 30, 2009.
  • Lincke D., P. Jansson, M. Zalewski and C. Ionescu (2008). Generic Libraries in C++ with Concepts from High-Level Domain Descriptions in Haskell. A Domain-Specific Library for Computational Vulnerability Assessment. In: Taha, Walid Mohamed (Ed.), Domain-Specific Languages, Proceedings of the IFIP TC 2 Working Conference, DSL 2009, Oxford, UK, July 15-17 2009.



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