I started at SINTEF in 2013, after completing my PhD.
PhD in computational physics, NTNU, 2013
MSc in theoretical physics, NTNU, 2008
BSc in physics, NTNU, 2006
Competence and research areas
I work with numerical modelling of transport in the ocean, with a main focus on transport of pollutants. Examples include modelling of oil spills, produced water, mineral particles, and microplastics. I am particularly interested in stochastic Lagrangian particle models, and development of efficient numerical methods.
- Learning from natural sediments to tackle microplastics challenges: A multidisciplinary perspective
- Simulations of Subsea CO2 Leakage Scenarios
- Methane seeps - A desktop study - OC2021 A-006
- Modelling of oil thickness in the presence of an ice edge
- Advancing Ocean Observation with an AI-driven Mobile Robotic Explorer
- High-resolution numerical modelling of a marine mine tailings discharge in Western Norway
- The fate of hydrocarbon leaks from plugged and abandoned wells by means of natural seepages
- Modelling biodegradation of crude oil components at low temperatures
- Fate of Hydrocarbon Leaks From Plugged and Abandoned Wells Compared to Natural Seepages
- Numerical analysis of boundary conditions in a Lagrangian particle model for vertical mixing, transport and surfacing of buoyant particles in the water column