Florian Geyer


Florian Geyer is a physical oceanographer. He obtained his PhD at the University of Bergen in 2010, while employed at the Nansen Center, working on measurements and models of ocean bottom currents.

Geyer’s main interests are data analysis and combining underwater acoustic and physical oceanography. He is very experienced in Arctic fieldwork, as he has been participating in multiple research cruises to Svalbard, Fram Strait, and the central Arctic. He also has experience in the data processing of acoustic data and data assimilation of acoustic thermometry data using the 4DVar-method.

  • Acoustics
  • Data assimilation
  • Field measurements