I am currently a data scientist in the insurance analytics team at Verisk Analytics.
My previous background is in computational science specializing in mathematical modeling, high-performance computing, geophysical applications, and data analysis. In 2017 I worked with researchers at the Institute for Environmental Science and Policy of the University of Illinois at Chicago developing novel performance metrics for urban institutions.
From 2015-2017 I worked as a postdoctoral researcher at the Maritime/Coastal Disaster Section of the Disaster Prevention Research Institute at Kyoto University, developing models to simulate coastal flooding caused by typhoons using adaptive mesh refinement.
Here is my resume (updated February 2019). Please contact me if you'd like a detailed CV.
Click Here for details of storm surge simulations for Harvey and Irma, presented September 2017 at the Chicago Python User Group (ChiPy).
E-mail: marc.kjerland at gmail