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Olav Krogsæter

Geofysisk institutt

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Besøksadresse: Geofysisk Institutt and StormGeo

Romnummer: Østfløyen 320.

Boundary layer meteorology

  • studies on the marine atmospheric boundary layer with respect to offshore wind energy applications
  • wind-wave interaction

Education

  • January 2010 - present: PhD-candidate. Geophysical Institute, University of Bergen, Norway, and StormGeo, Norway.
  • 1999: Cand.Scient. Meteorology, Geophysical Institute, University of Bergen, Norway. Title of thesis: Kaldluftsutbrudd og varmeflukser. Innvirkninger på luft, hav og is. (Cold air outbreaks and heat fluxes. Impacts on air, sea and ice)

Employment record

  • 2000-2009: Offshore, energy, and media meteorologist at StormGeo, Norway.
  • 1997-1998: Meteorology assistant at StormGeo, Norway.
  • Jan.-June 1997: Senior Executive Officer (50%). Geophysical Institute, University of Bergen, Norway.
  • 1996-1997: Weather observer at Flesland airport, Bergen, Norway.

Onsite meteorologist

  • Jan. 2012: Tordis field, North Sea.
  • Nov. 2011: Rigmove from Ølen, W-Norway to Gudrun field, North Sea.
  • May 2011: Rigmove from Sleipner, North Sea to Ølen, W-Norway.
  • Feb. 2009: Adriatic Sea.
  • Sept-Oct. 2008: Gibraltar and Adriatic Sea.
  • 2005: Melkøya, Finnmark, N-Norway.
  • Oct. 2002: Valhall field, North Sea.

1. Grønås S., O. Krogsæter, N.G. Kvamstø, P. Skeie, and S. Østerhus, 1999. Alle prosessene ved iskanten må studeres.

Cicerone. 4, 23-25.

Courses:

  • 2006: Local- and Micro-meteorology (GFM-105), Geophysical Institute, University of Bergen, Norway.
  • 2003-2005: Introductory courses in meteorology. Royal Norwegian Naval Academy, Bergen, Norway.
  • 1999-2000: RADAR meteorology. Haakonsvern Naval Base, Bergen, Norway.
  • 1995-1996: Teaching assistant. Local- and Micro-meteorology (GFM-105), Geophysical Institute, University of Bergen, Norway.

 

PhD-project: The wind field in the marine boundary layer - Test and improvement of parameterization schemes with application to offshore wind power.