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Norwegian Institute for Air Research

The Norwegian Institute for Air Research is involved in a wide range of applied research activities relating to air quality. Of most relevance to UncertWeb are the activities concerning urban scale air quality modelling and the development and application of data assimilation methods. Currently NILU carries out air quality forecasts for a number of Norwegian cities and provides near real time access to air quality monitoring data.

Bruce Denby

Dr Bruce Rolstad Denby is a senior researcher at the Norwegian Institute for Air Research (NILU) and is leader for work package 6 in UncertWeb. He is chiefly involved in air quality modelling and assessment, source apportionment, data assimilation and spatial statistical activities. He is interested in the question of uncertainty in air quality modelling and promotes its estimation and its communication actively.

William Lahoz

Dr William Lahoz is a Senior Scientist at NILU, leading the land data assimilation (DA) activity as well as being an active participant in the chemical DA activity. He was previously the DARC (Data Assimilation Research Centre) Deputy Director and Principal Research Fellow at the University of Reading (2002-2007). Dr Lahoz has 20+ years. of Earth observation experience, including NASA, ESA missions. He has lead prestigious EU and ESA projects: DARE, SWIFT, COST-723, ASSET. He is an organiser and lecturer of 6 international Earth observation Summer Schools. He has written over 45 peer-reviewed publications and. co-edited a DA book. Dr Lahoz is an editor for Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics.

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The UncertWeb project has received funding from the European Community's Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013) under grant agreement n° [248488].