Bilde av Samuelsen, Eirik Mikal
Bilde av Samuelsen, Eirik Mikal
Department of Physics and Technology eirik.m.samuelsen@uit.no +4777660367 48137141 Tromsø FPARK A478

Samuelsen, Eirik Mikal


Adjunct Assoicate Professor / Complex Systems Modelling

Job description

Lectures in "Wind modelling in complex terrain" special curriculum. Fys-3810/8810

Supervision of Master/PhD students.

High-resolution atmospheric modelling, icing on ships, atmospheric icing.

Working with wind energy in conjunction with the Smart Senja project. https://smartsenja.no/


  • Sushmit Dhar, Eirik Mikal Samuelsen, Masoud Naseri, Karl Gunnar Aarsæther, Kåre Edvardsen :
    Spray Icing on ONEGA Vessel- A Comparison of Liquid Water Content Expressions
    International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering (OMAE) [proceedings] 2022 ARKIV / DOI
  • Kine Solbakken, Yngve Birkelund, Eirik Mikal Samuelsen :
    Evaluation of surface wind using WRF in complex terrain: Atmospheric input data and grid spacing
    Environmental Modelling & Software 2021 ARKIV / DOI
  • Abolfazl Shojaeibarjouei, Masoud Naseri, Truls Bakkejord Ræder, Eirik Mikal Samuelsen :
    Simulation of Atmospheric and Oceanographic Parameters for Spray Icing Prediction
    International Society of Offshore & Polar Engineers 2020
  • Abolfazl Shojaeibarjouei, Masoud Naseri, Truls Bakkejord Räder, Eirik Mikal Samuelsen :
    Simulation of atmospheric and oceanographic parameters for spray icing prediction
    ISOPE - International Offshore and Polar Engineering Conference. Proceedings 2020
  • Eirik Mikal Samuelsen, Rune Graversen :
    Weather situation during observed ship-icing events off the coast of Northern Norway and the Svalbard archipelago
    Weather and Climate Extremes 2019 ARKIV / DOI
  • Masoud Naseri, Eirik Mikal Samuelsen :
    Unprecedented Vessel-Icing Climatology based on Spray-Icing Modelling and Reanalysis Data: A Risk-Based Decision-Making Input for Arctic Offshore Industries
    Atmosphere 2019 ARKIV / DOI
  • Eirik Mikal Samuelsen :
    Ship-icing prediction methods applied in operational weather forecasting
    Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 2018 ARKIV / DOI
  • Masoud Naseri, Eirik Mikal Samuelsen :
    Anti-icing expected heat loss as a risk indicator for Arctic offshore logistics operations
    CRC Press 2018 FULLTEKST
  • Eirik Mikal Samuelsen, Kåre Edvardsen, Rune Graversen :
    Modelled and observed sea-spray icing in Arctic-Norwegian waters
    Cold Regions Science and Technology 2017 ARKIV / DOI
  • Eirik Mikal Samuelsen, Sveinung Løset, Kåre Edvardsen :
    Marine icing observed on KV Nordkapp during a cold air outbreak with a developing polar low in the Barents sea
    Proceedings - International Conference on Port and Ocean Engineering under Arctic Conditions 2015 ARKIV
  • Teresa Maaria Remes, Yurii Batrak, Jonassen Marius, Marius Opsanger Jonassen, Jørn Kristiansen, Morten Andreas Ødegaard Køltzow et al.:
    Improving Arctic Weather Forecasts with Increased Resolution
    2022
  • Masoud Naseri, Eirik Mikal Samuelsen, Truls Bakkejord Ræder, Dina Abdel-Fattah, Marte Raknerud Hoel :
    Spray icing modelling and decision support in the Norwegian Arctic regions
    2021
  • Sushmit Dhar, Eirik Mikal Samuelsen, Masoud Naseri, Kåre Edvardsen :
    Sea spray icing estimation dependence on spray flux in Arctic-Norwegian waters
    2021
  • Eirik Mikal Samuelsen :
    Den ustyrlige fralandsvinden
    Naturen 2021 DOI
  • Eirik Mikal Samuelsen, Per Pippin Aspaas :
    Meteorology as Citizen Science
    23. September 2020 DATA
  • Masoud Naseri, Eirik Mikal Samuelsen :
    Spray icing over the Norwegian Arctic waters: Statistical overview and long-term safety concerns
    2019
  • Eirik Mikal Samuelsen :
    Prediction of ship icing in Arctic waters - Observations and modelling for application in operational weather forecasting
    2017 FULLTEKST

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    Research interests

    Icing on ships, mountain waves, gap winds, turbulence, polar meteorology, Arctic boundary layer meteorology. Numerical weather prediction.

    Teaching

    Lectures in "Wind modelling in complex terrain" Fys-3810/8810 (Autumn 2021)


    Member of research group



    FPARK A478