Lars Jonasson

Doktor at Microwave and Optical Remote Sensing

Lars Jonasson is a physical oceanographer and is employed by the division for microwave and optical remote sensing. His research interest is numerical ocean modelling with focus on interdisciplinary applications. As a postdoc at Chalmers his work is focused on optimizing ship routes by combining remote sensing data and ocean forecast from numerical models. The aim with this research is to develop a product that can be used by the shipping industry to reduce fuel cost and ship emissions.

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Comparison between Full-scale Measurements and Theoretical Fuel Consumption Model in a Real Arctic Ship Navigation

Xiao Lang, Chi Zhang, Lars Jonasson et al
Proceedings of the International Offshore and Polar Engineering Conference
Paper in proceedings

EONav - Copernicus Data in Support of Maritime Route Optimization

Leif Eriksson, Yufang Ye, Lars Jonasson et al
IEEE International Symposium on Geoscience and Remote Sensing IGARSS, p. 5606-5609
Paper in proceedings

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ECMWF: Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) for Ship Navigation

Leif Eriksson Microwave and Optical Remote Sensing
Wengang Mao Marine Technology
Lars Jonasson Microwave and Optical Remote Sensing
O.M. Offshore Monitoring Ltd


EONav - Earth Observation for Maritime Navigation

Wengang Mao Marine Technology
Anis Elyouncha Microwave and Optical Remote Sensing
Helong Wang Marine Technology
Yufang Ye Microwave and Optical Remote Sensing
Lars Jonasson Radar Remote Sensing
Leif Eriksson Radar Remote Sensing
European Commission (EC)

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