Janne Hakkarainen is a senior research scientist at Finnish Meteorological Insitute’s Greenhouse Gases and Satellite Methods group. His research highlights include developing Direct space-based observations of anthropogenic CO2 emission areas from OCO-2. Homepage: http://jannehakkarainen.blogspot.com
Johanna Tamminen is a research professor and head of Remote Sensing Research unit at FMI. Her research highlights include validation of nonlinear inverse algorithms with Markov chain Monte Carlo method and GOMOS data characterisation and error estimation. Homepage: http://www.ava.fmi.fi/~jtammine/
Marko Laine is a tenure track research professor of weather model post-processing at FMI’s Meteorological Research Applications group. Marko’s research highlights include developing widely used MCMC toolbox for Matlab in his PhD thesis Adaptive MCMC methods with applications in environmental and geophysical models. Homepage: http://helios.fmi.fi/~lainema/
Heikki Haario is a part-time research professor at FMI and the head of Uncertainty Quantification and Inverse problems at Lappeenranta University of Technology. His research highlights include developing adaptive MCMC methods: An adaptive Metropolis algorithm and DRAM: Efficient adaptive MCMC.
Anu Kauppi is a PhD student at Greenhouse Gases and Satellite Methods group. Her research highlights include Aerosol-type retrieval and uncertainty quantification from OMI data.
Otto Lamminpää is a PhD student at Greenhouse Gases and Satellite Methods group. His research highlights include likelihood informed dimension reduction for remote sensing of atmospheric constituent profiles.