Bilde av Schartmüller, Bernhard
Bilde av Schartmüller, Bernhard
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Bernhard Schartmüller

Doctoral fellow

Job description

Doctoral fellow

  • Bernhard Schartmuller, Philip Anderson, David Mckee, Stacey Connan-McGinty, Tomasz Piotr Kopec, Malin Hildegard Elisabeth Daase et al.:
    Development and calibration of a high dynamic range and autonomous ocean-light instrument to measure sub-surface profiles in ice-covered waters
    Applied Optics 2023 ARKIV / DOI
  • Hilde Woker, Bernhard Schartmüller, Knut Ola Dølven, Katalin Blix :
    The law of the sea and current practices of marine scientific research in the Arctic
    Marine Policy 2020 ARKIV / DOI
  • Grace Elizabeth Shephard, Kari Dalen, Regina Peldszus, Sara Aparicio, Larissa Beumer, Roger Birkeland et al.:
    Assessing the added value of the recent declaration on unregulated fishing for sustainable governance of the central Arctic Ocean
    Marine Policy 2016 ARKIV / DOI
  • Bernhard Schartmüller, Aleksandar-Sasa Milakovic, Martin Vilhelm Bergström, Sören Ehlers :
    A simulation-based decision support tool for Arctic transit transport
    The American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) 2015 DOI
  • Knut Ola Dølven, Hilde Woker, Bernhard Schartmüller, Katalin Blix :
    The Law of the Sea and Marine Scientific Research in the Arctic

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    Publications outside Cristin

    Research interests

    Optics, Sea Ice, Remote Sensing, Arctic Technology, Arctic and Marine Biology

    Member of research group


    Bernhard is currently working on his PhD in Arctic Marine Biology and Technology at UiT - The Arctic University of Norway. He has a background in Industrial Engineering from the Vienna University of Technology, Austria. During his master studies he spent extended periods at the University Centre on Svalbard (UNIS), specialising in Arctic Technology. Before his PhD he has been working for two years as engineer for marine operations in Norwegian industry. His primary research focus is the use of Underwater Hyperspectral Imaging on POPE buoys and on AUVs.