Peer-reviewed articles

  • Lohmann, J., and Ditlevsen, P. D.: Risk of tipping the overturning circulation due to increasing rates of ice melt, PNAS, 118 (9), e2017989118,, 2021.

  • Häfner, D., Jacobsen, R. L., Eden, C., Kristensen, M. R. B., Jochum, M., Nuterman, R., and Vinter, B.: Veros v0.1 – a fast and versatile ocean simulator in pure Python, Geosci. Model Dev., 11, 3299-3312,, 2018.


  • Higher-level geophysical modelling. A talk held at the European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2021. Abstract

  • Veros — A High-Performance Ocean Simulator Written in Pure Python. A talk held at the 98th Annual Meeting of the American Meteorological Society (AMS). Abstract and slides available.

  • A Fast Versatile Ocean Simulator (Veros) in Pure Python. A talk held at the European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2018, Vienna, Austria. Abstract


  • Ida Lei Stoustrup. (2021). Automated Parameter Tuning for the Versatile Ocean Simulator (VEROS), MSc project, 111p. Link to PDF.

  • Till Grenzdörffer. (2020). Accelerating Ocean Modelling: Adressing performance bottlenecks of the ocean modelling framework Veros, MSc project, 16p. Link to PDF.

  • Franka Jesse. (2020). Verification of various Island Rules using simulations in application to the Indonesian Throughflow, BSc Thesis, 30p. Link to PDF.

  • Denise Ruijsch. (2020). Multiple equilibria in the Eocene ocean circulation leading to the Eocene-Oligocene transition, BSc Thesis, 48p. Link to PDF.

  • Marie Cecilie Boysen. (2020). Godfrey’s Island Rule and the Indonesian Through Flow, BSc Thesis, 30p. Link to PDF.

  • Laurits S. Andreasen. (2019). Time scales of the Bipolar seesaw: The role of oceanic cross-hemisphere signals, Southern Ocean eddies and wind changes, MSc Thesis, 42p. Link to PDF.

  • Steffen Ole Randrup Kristensen. (2019). Extending the Veros climate simulator with biochemistry. Model design and AMOC collapse, MSc Thesis, 67p. Link to PDF.