All three of them have already close ties with NORCOWE, and their joining will strengthen the consortium within the fields of weather and climate analysis, and simulation.
Eirik Manger, Acona Flow Technology AS, and PhD student Siri Kalvig, UiS/StormGeo.
Photo: Andrew Scholbrock, NREL
PhD student Lene Eliassen, UiS, and Birgitte Furevik, Norwegian Meteorological Institute
StormGeo has been part of NORCOWE earlier on, and has two PhD students in NORCOWE: Siri Kalvig (seen in the first picture), who is collaborating with Acona Flow Technology AS, and Olav Krogsæther, who is defending his PhD on the 16th of December. StormGeo will also hold one of the presentations at the forthcoming Science Meets Industry in Stavanger on the 2nd of April.
NORCOWE is very happy to strengthen its ties with the three new partners and wish them a warm welcome.
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