Laurent Bertino

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Research Director
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+47 934 56 215
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Research interests

My aim is to improve the stochastic framework for performing data assimilation, other interests include numerical ocean modelling (especially in the hybrid coordinates ocean model HYCOM) and statistics applied to environmental problems. My PhD has borrowed the method of "Gaussian anamorphosis" from the weaponry of geostatistics for further applications of sequential data assimilation into coupled physical-ecosystem models.

2001: PhD in geostatistics from the Ecole des Mines de Paris.

2002: Post-doc at NERSC

2003: Group leader for the Modeling and Data Assimilation group.

2004: Co-director of the Mohn-Sverdrup Center.

2010: Research Director at NERSC.

CV

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Peer Review Publications and Books

75 total publications.

2015

  1. Martin MJ, Balmaseda M, Bertino L, Brasseur P, Brassington B, Cummings J, et al. Status and future of data assimilation in operational oceanography. Journal of operational oceanography. Publisher: The Institute of Marine Engineering, Science & Technology. 2015;8.
  2. Tonani M, Balmaseda M, Bertino L, Blockley E, Brassington G, Davidson F, et al. Status and future of global and regional ocean prediction systems. Journal of operational oceanography. Publisher: The Institute of Marine Engineering, Science & Technology. 2015;8(2).
  3. Gehlen M, Barciela R, Bertino L, Brasseur P, Butenschön M, Chai F, et al. Building the capacity for forecasting marine biogeochemistry and ecosystems: recent advances and future developments. Journal of operational oceanography. Publisher: The Institute of Marine Engineering, Science & Technology. 2015;8.

Other Publications

2010

  1. Bertino L. TOPAZ: the MyOcean Arctic forecasting system [Internet]. World Climate Research Programme workshop on seasonal to multi-decadal predictability of polar climate. 2010;Available from: http://www.atmosp.physics.utoronto.ca/SPARC/PolarWorkshop/main.html
  2. Bertino L, Counillon F. Ocean
 assimilation 
and
 forecasting [Internet]. World Climate Research Programme workshop on seasonal to multi-decadal predictability of polar climate. 2010;Available from: http://www.atmosp.physics.utoronto.ca/SPARC/PolarWorkshop/main.html
  3. Milutinovic S, Bertino L. Assessment and Propagation of Uncertainties in Input Terms through the Vertically Generalized Productivity Model. COCOS Workshop on Combining Water Column Data with Sediment Trap and Satellite Observations for Improved Marine Carbon Export Estimates. 2010;