Current research projects at PICE
The diverse research in the section Physics of Ice, Climate and Earth is funded by the Niels Bohr Institute and a number of grants from both public and private foundations in Denmark and abroad.
Chasing a Moving Target: Early Warning of Tipping Points in a Climate out of Equilibrium
This project aims at developing a robust general theory of Tipping Points and Early Warning Signs for non-equilibrium systems, so that more accurate assessments of risks of severe climate change are included in climate policy decisions.
Greenland Rover Project
Exploration rovers for investigation of ice sheet changes in Greenland. Our vision is to develop an array of autonomous rovers to explore the interior of the Greenland ice sheet continuously, even through winter seasons where satellite observa-tions are limited due to the polar night.
Prediction of atmospheric dispersion on all scales for emergency preparedness
The project, which is funded by the Danish Meteorological Institute and the Innovation Fund Denmark, aims at developing robust and computationally efficient methods for solving a variety of problems within the field of atmospheric dispersion modelling.