Data Assimilation

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Sukun Cheng

Area of Expertise: 
sea ice
Job Position: 
Post-doc
Research Group: 
Data Assimilation
Sea Ice Modelling
E-mail: 

Publication: Data assimilation in the geosciences - An overview of methods, issues, and perspectives

You have data, you have a simulation model, then you should probably look into data assimilation. 

Julien Brajard

Area of Expertise: 
computer science
data assimilation
geo-sciences
mathematics
oceanography
remote sensing
statistics

My work is in the field of remote sensing, inverse modelling, machine learning and data assimilation. The objective is to propose new methodologies in order to extract knowledge from data and physical systems, more specifically in oceanography.

Those methodologies were apply to estimate and forecast key variables and their associated uncertainty in the ocean such as phytoplankton and surface currents. The methodologies developed were using remote sensing data (satellite sensors).

Job Position: 
Researcher
Research Group: 
Data Assimilation

Tsuyoshi Wakamatsu

Area of Expertise: 
data assimilation
geophysics
oceanography
Job Position: 
Researcher
Research Group: 
Data Assimilation
Ocean Modeling
E-mail: 
Phone: 
+47 469 17 655

Summer School: “Crash Course on Data Assimilation - Theoretical foundations and advanced applications with focus on ensemble methods”

The Nordic Centre of Excellence Ensemble-based data assimilation for environmental monitoring and prediction - EmblA coordinated by the Nansen Center organises a 4-days summer school for PhD-level students and early stage scientists with beginner or no notions of data assimilation.

EmblAUS: Ensemble-based data Assimilation for environmental monitoring and prediction in the Unstable Subspace

Bayesian Data Assimilation  

EmblAUS is a part of the Nordic Center of Excellence EmblA. It is structured along two tasks:

Task 1 – Mathematical Formalism (12 months)

Task 2 – Numerical Analysis (12 months)

EmblAUS employs one postdoctoral scientist: Patrick N. Raanes 

Project Details
Funding Agency: 
NordForsk
Coordinating Institute: 
Nansen Environmental and Remote Sensing Center
Project Status: 
Completed
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