Sea Ice Modelling

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Gratulerer med dagen, Fridtjof Nansen! His research inspires sea ice modelling today

159 years ago today, a legend was born: Fridtjof Nansen, a man who was not afraid to risk his life to prove that sea ice in the Arctic Ocean is drifting. His legacy lives on today, for example through the work we do at the Nansen Center in the Sea Ice Modelling group, which is connected to the Nansen Legacy project. I, Guillaume Boutin, want to take you on a journey to the Arctic and tell you about how Fridtjof Nansen’s research still inspires our research today.

 

Jonathan Winfield Rheinlænder

Employment
Research Group: 
Sea Ice Modelling
Job Position: 
Researcher
E-mail: 

Heather Christine Regan

Research
Area of Expertise: 
oceanography
sea ice

I am interested in ice-ocean interactions and the resulting effects of freshwater on the ocean. My previous research has involved Antarctic ice-ocean modelling, with a focus on tracing the fate of freshwater from different sources, and studying the dynamics of the Beaufort Gyre in the Arctic Ocean. I am currently working on ice-ocean interactions with the sea ice model neXtSIM coupled to NEMO.

Employment
Research Group: 
Sea Ice Modelling
Job Position: 
Researcher
E-mail: 

angelina cassianides

Name
Last Name: 
cassianides
First Name: 
angelina
Research Group
Research Groups: 
Sea Ice Modelling
Contact Information
Mobile: 
+33 63 57 56 39
Contact person at the Nansen Center: 

Heather Regan

Name
Last Name: 
Regan
First Name: 
Heather
Middle Name: 
Christine
Middle Name: 
Christine
Research Group
Research Groups: 
Sea Ice Modelling
Contact Information
Mobile: 
+47 447809609641
Contact person at the Nansen Center: 

Guillaume Boutin

Research
Area of Expertise: 
oceanography
sea ice

I am interested in sea ice and how it interacts with the ocean, with a particular focus on the Marginal Ice Zone and ice .

I am currently working on coupling neXtSIM, the sea ice model we develop at NERSC, with the ocean model NEMO. I will use this coupled model to better understand the interactions between sea ice and the ocean surface layer. 

Employment
Research Group: 
Sea Ice Modelling
Job Position: 
Post-doc
E-mail: 

Huiling Zou

Name
Last Name: 
Zou
First Name: 
Huiling
Research Group
Research Groups: 
Polar Acoustics and Oceanography
Sea Ice Modelling

Guillaume Boutin

Name
Last Name: 
Boutin
First Name: 
Guillaume
Research Group
Research Groups: 
Sea Ice Modelling

Sukun Cheng

Research
Area of Expertise: 
data assimilation

Data assimilation on the neXtSIM sea ice model involving numerical modelling,data assimilation and sea-ice physics.
My work is to develop novel data assimilation methods for numerical models using a time-varying mesh,possibly Lagrangian and non-conservative. In particular,the main task will be the development of an ensemble-based data assimilation system for the state-of-the-art sea ice model,neXtSIM,developed in-house at NERSC. Contribute to studying the probabilistic,ensemblebased,forecast skill of neXtSIM.

Employment
Research Group: 
Data Assimilation
Sea Ice Modelling
Job Position: 
Post-doc
E-mail: 
Phone: 
+4740582586

Guillaume Boutin

Name
Last Name: 
Boutin
First Name: 
Guillaume
Research Group
Research Groups: 
Sea Ice Modelling
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