Otto Lamminpaa

Biographical Sketch

Otto Lamminpaa got his PhD on Applied Mathematics from University of Helsinki, Finland, while working at the Greenhouse Gases and Satellite Methods research group at the Finnish Meteorological Institute. In his dissertation work, he applied Dimension Reduction and Markov Chain Monte Carlo (MCMC) methods to two remote sensing retrieval problems: the XCO2 retrieval of NASA's Orbiting Carbon Observatory 2 and the CH4 profile retrieval of the Sodankylä, Finland, TCCON station. His current research interests and work include uncertainty quantification, MCMC methods, inverse problems, statistical emulation of computational physics models, and atmospheric greenhouse gas retrievals.

Currently, Otto is a postdoctoral associate, working with Jon Hobbs on advanced retrieval problems related to OCO-2 and OCO-3.

Projects

  • Orbiting Carbon Observatory 2 (OCO-2)
  • Orbiting Carbon Observatory 3 (OCO-3)

Selected Publications

Karppinen, Tomi, Lamminpää, Otto, Tukiainen, Simo, Kivi, Rigel, Heikkinen, Pauli, Hatakka, Juha, Laine, Marko, Chen, Huilin, Lindqvist, Hannakaisa, and Tamminen, Johanna (2020). “Vertical Distribution of Arctic Methane in 2009-2018 Using Ground-Based Remote Sensing,” Remote Sensing, 12(6). Download.

Lamminpää, Otto, Hobbs, Jonathan, Brynjarsdóttir, Jenný, Laine, Marko, Braverman, Amy, Lindqvist, Hannakaisa, and Tamminen, Johanna (2019). “Accelerated MCMC for Satellite-Based Measurements of Atmospheric CO2,” Remote Sensing, 11(17). Download.