Patrick Eriksson

Professor, Department of Space, Earth and Environment, Microwave and Optical Remote Sensing

The goal of our division is to provide and interpret global dataset relevant for climate, weather and environmental problems. Practically, the work ranges from studies around future satellite sensors, to apply in-house and external data for validating climate models. My research is presently focused on water vapour and clouds consisting of ice particles, mainly using different microwave satellite instruments. Of special concern is to support the upcoming ICI (Ice Cloud Imager) and AWS (Arctic Weather Satellite) missions. My main expertise areas are atmospheric radiative transfer and retrieval methodologies, where I have a leading role in some public available softwares (ARTS and Qpack).

Computer programming (LEU483)

The Earth system (SEE060)

Electromagnetic sensor systems (RRY057)​

​To see which research projects Patrick Eriksson participates in, please visit the database Chalmers research.

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