About Me

(Dr) Céline Heuzé
Biträdande lektor (tenure-track) in climatology
Docent (habilitated) in climatology
Department of Earth Sciences, University of Gothenburg, Sweden

Geovetarcentrum, office 4.110

Page on the University’s website
UGOT’s Regional Climate Group page

Link to shortened CV
ResearchGate profile

I am:
– a physical oceanographer / climatologist at the University of Gothenburg, Sweden;
– most interested in polar and/or deep water masses and their effect on the climate;
– co-PI of the international expeditions MOSAiC and Synoptic Arctic Survey;
– in the CLIVAR/CliC Northern Ocean Regional Panel;
– writer for the EGU Cryosphere Division blog;
– French (in case you wondered).

I investigate global deep waters, from the variability of their formation at high latitudes to their interaction with sea ice and floating glaciers. My favourite tools are global climate models, but I also work with remote sensing and in-situ measurements, including some that I myself collect at sea. I am currently  the main supervisor of one PhD student and co-supervisor of another, and just welcomed my first post-doc.

News! July 2020: Heuzé is online as an Ocean Science Discussions; commenting possible until 4 September.
News! May 2020: Heuzé and Lemos is online as a Cryosphere Discussions; commenting possible until 17 August
Last paper co-authored with my (now graduated) PhD student is published -> Aldenhoff et al. (2020)
March 2020:
My PhD student Wiebke Aldenhoff is now Dr Aldenhoff 🙂
Wåhlin et al. (2020), of which I am a co-author, is published (in Nature). Full-text here.
Jan 2020: Postdoc Adriano Lemos just started – at least two years to work on my Space Agency-funded Weddell Polynya project