Roman Nuterman

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Research Interests

Integrated modelling for climate and weather, air quality and atmospheric composition, planetary boundary layer, micro-/meso-scale meteorological processes, computational fluid dynamics, environmental impact and risk assessments.

Research/ Work Experience

2015-present: A-TAP, Niels Bohr Institute(NBI), University of Copenhagen(KU), Denmark.

2012-2015:     PostDoc, Niels Bohr Institute(NBI), University of Copenhagen(KU), Denmark.

2009-2012:     PostDoc, Danish Meteorological Institute (DMI), Denmark

2005-2008:     Research fellow, Laboratory of High Performance Computations, Tomsk State         

                       University (TSU)

2003-2005:     Laboratory assistant, Mechanics and Mathematics Faculty, TSU


2005-2008:     PhD. in Physics & Mathematics, TSU, Russia. Thesis: Turbulent flow modelling and

                       pollution transport in urban canopy, Advisers: Prof. Alexander Starchenko &

                       Prof. Alexander Baklanov

2000-2005:     MSc. in Mathematics & Fluid Mechanics, TSU, Russia

Achievements & Awards

2011:              Kipp & Zonen Award for research on ''Multi-scale meteorological and chemical

                       weather forecasting with downscaling model system''

2006:              Golden medal of Russian Academy of Science for the best scientific work


  • Programming skills in Fortran 77/2008, MPI, OpenMP, Python, Perl, Linux Shell;
  • Experienced user of Unix & Linux operating systems and Cray, IBM BlueGene HPCs;
  • Global-, regional-, meso-, micro-scale models development and application: CESM (Community Earth System Model), RegCM (Regional Climate Model), Enviro-HIRLAM (Environment ─ HIgh Resolution Limited Area Model), CAMx (Comprehensive Air Quality Model with extensions), DERMA (Danish Emergency Response Model for the Atmosphere), CFD M2UE (Micro-scale Model for Urban Environment), CFD FLUENT;
  • Teaching: MUSCATEN & COST Action ES1004 Young Scientist Summer Schools on "Online Integrated Modelling of Meteorological and Chemical Transport Processes" in Odessa, Ukraine and Aveiro, Portugal;  Enviro-HIRLAM training weeks (twice per year);
  • Work individually and/or as a member of a team;
  • English – fluent, Russian – native.