Member of research group 5
My research interests lie within the field of polar boundary layer meteorology, in particular turbulent processes under stable conditions. My PhD project is linked to the NFR funded ISOBAR project (Innovative Strategies for Observations in the Arctic Atmospheric Boundary Layer). For this I make use of different measurement systems, including ground based in-situ, remote sensing and remotely piloted aircraft systems (UAS) to observe all relevant scales for the processes within the stable boundary layer. The overall goal of this research project is to improve parametrization schemes for the stable boundary layer based on our measurement strategies and observations.