People in Alertness

Jørn Kristiansen
Project lead

Director Development Centre for Weather Forecasting
Norwegian Meteorological Institute

Marius Jonassen
Project co-lead
Associate professor
University Centre in Svalbard

Roohollah Azad
Researcher
Norwegian Meteorological Institute

Yurii Batrak
Researcher
Norwegian Meteorological Institute

Igor Esau
Senior researcher
Nansen Environmental and Remote Sensing Center

Anna Kathinka Dalland Evans
Communication advisor
Norwegian Meteorological Institute

Inger-Lise Frogner
Researcher
Norwegian Meteorological Institute

Rune Graversen
Professor
University of Tromsø

Rafael Grote
Researcher
Norwegian Meteorological Institute

Matilda Hallerstig
PhD-student
NORCE Norwegian Research Centre AS

Erik W. Kolstad
Researcher
NORCE Norwegian Research Centre AS

Marvin Kähnert
PhD-student
University of Bergen

Morten A. Ø. Køltzow
Researcher
Norwegian Meteorological Institute

Gert-Jan Marseille
Researcher
Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute

Máté Mile
PhD-student
Norwegian Meteorological Institute

Stephen Outten
Researcher
Nansen Environmental and Remote Sensing Center

Roger Randriamampianina
Researcher
Norwegian Meteorological Institute

Wim de Rooy
Researcher
Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute

Eirik Mikal Samuelsen
Researcher/Senior Meteorologist
Norwegian Meteorological Institute

Andrew Singleton
Researcher
Norwegian Meteorological Institute

Harald Sodemann
Professor
University in Bergen

Eivind Støylen
Researcher
Norwegian Meteorological Institute

Teresa Valkonen
Researcher
Norwegian Meteorological Institute

Ph.d. students in Alertness

Currently there are three ph.d. students working on the Alertness project.

Marvin Kähnert, Bjerknessenteret, Photo: ANna Kathinka Dalland Evans.

Marvin Kähnert, Bjerknessenteret, Photo: ANna Kathinka Dalland Evans.

Matilda Hallerstig, Bjerknessenteret, Photo: Anna Kathinka Dalland evans.

Matilda Hallerstig, Bjerknessenteret, Photo: Anna Kathinka Dalland evans.

Read more about Matilda’s project here: Improving weather forecasts in the Arctic

Máté Mile, Norwegian Meteorological Institute, Photo: Anna Kathinka Dalland EVans.

Máté Mile, Norwegian Meteorological Institute, Photo: Anna Kathinka Dalland EVans.

Read more about Maté’s work here: Understanding the Arctic weather with better computer models.

Group photo image: Anna Kathinka D. Evans