Bilde av Braakmann-Folgmann, Anne
Bilde av Braakmann-Folgmann, Anne
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Anne Braakmann-Folgmann

Postdoctoral Research Fellow / Earth Observation

Job description

The goal of my work is to improve the summer sea ice thickness retrieval using CryoSat-2 altimetry data.

  • Anne Christina Braakmann-Folgmann, Andrew Shepherd, David Hogg, Ella Redmond :
    Mapping the extent of giant Antarctic icebergs with deep learning
    The Cryosphere 2023 ARKIV / DOI

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    Publications outside Cristin

    A. Braakmann-Folgmann, A. Shepherd, D. Hogg and E. Redmond: “Mapping the extent of giant Antarctic icebergs with Deep Learning”, The Cryosphere,, 2023

    A. Braakmann-Folgmann, A. Shepherd, L. Gerrish, J. Izzard and A. Ridout: “Observing the Disintegration of the A68A Iceberg from Space”, Remote Sensing of Environment, 2021.112855, 2022

    A. Braakmann-Folgmann, A. Shepherd and A. Ridout: “Tracking changes in the area, thickness, and volume of the Thwaites tabular iceberg ‘B30’ using satellite altimetry and imagery”, The Cryosphere,, 2021

    A. Braakmann-Folgmann and C. Donlon: “Estimating snow depth on Arctic sea ice using satellite microwave radiometry and a neural network”, The Cryosphere,, 2019

    A. Braakmann-Folgmann, R. Roscher, S. Wenzel, B. Uebbing and J. Kusche: “Sea Level Anomaly Prediction using Recurrent Neural Networks”, Proceedings of the ESA Conference on Big Data from Space,, 2017

    B. Uebbing, E. Forootan, A. Braakmann-Folgmann and J. Kusche: “Inverting surface soil moisture information from satellite altimetry over arid and semi-arid regions”, Remote Sensing of Environment,, 2017


    BSc, Geodesy and Geoinformation, University of Bonn, Germany

    MSc, Geodesy and Geoinformation, University of Bonn, Germany

    Young Graduate Trainee, European Space Agency (ESA), Netherlands

    PhD, Centre for Polar Observation and Modelling, University of Leeds, UK

    Thesis: "Melting and fragmentation of Antarctic tabular icebergs tracked with satellite remote sensing and artificial intelligence"