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A common denominator for many of the research activities is quantitative computations of atmospheric processes with the aid of theoretical and numerical models.

Lightning over the city of Oslo, Norway. Photo: NRS, UiO

Lightning over the city of Oslo, Norway. Photo: NRS, UiO

About the group

We carry out research in dynamical, physical and chemical meteorology. Our research activities focus on large-scale dynamics, turbulence and boundary-layer processes, aerosol-climate interactions, polar lows, cloud microphysics, radiative forcing, atmospheric chemistry and many other related topics. The atmosphere is an integral part of the climate system, demanding an interdisciplinary approach. This includes interactions with hydrology, ecology, biogeochemistry to improve our understanding of the changes in the water and carbon cycles under climate change. Further on we collaborate with archeologists to understand the impacts of large historic volcanic eruptions, and with economists to include interaction between climate change, economy and emissions in climate models. We make extensive use of computationally intensive numerical models running on national HPC-clusters. The main models we use are NorESM, WACCM, CTSM, WRF and WRF-CHEM.


The group has significant collaboration with other institutes both nationally and internationally, see list of projects on this page. The collaboration involves research and training of Ph.D. students. At present, the following Ph.D students are affiliated with the Meteorology group:

  • Marius Lambert
  • Evelien van Dijk
  • Elin Ristorp Aas
  • Jenny Bjordal
  • Herman Fuglestvedt
  • Franziska Hellmuth
  • Britta Schäfer
  • Amandine Kaiser
  • Tómas Zoëga
  • Emilie C. Iversen, Kjeller Vindteknikk
  • Máté Mile, MET Norway
  • Karianne Ødemark, MET Norway
  • Iris Mužić, CICERO
  • Iulia Marginean, CICERO
  • Shobitha Shetty, NILU
  • Åsmund Bakketun, MET Norway
  • Ove W. Haugvaldstad, MET Norway
  • Ingvild Aukan, MET Norway


Tags: Meteorology
Published Feb. 7, 2011 3:16 PM - Last modified Sep. 22, 2022 10:00 AM