Since 2/2017 Research associate at Institute of Coastal Research, Helmholtz Centre Geesthacht: Implementation of tides into the ICON-O ocean model.
2006 - 2016 Research associate at the School of Engineering and Natural Sciences, University of Iceland
8/2014 - 8/2016 NKS-B EFMARE – Effects of dynamic behaviour of Nordic marine environment to radioecological assessments: Simulation of bioaccumulation processes along the oceanic food chain around Iceland.
1/2013 – 1/2016 SEAMAN – Spatially resolved Ecosystem models and their Application to Marine MANagement: Implementation of the biogeochemical model ECOSMO into the operational CODE system.
10/2010 -9/2014 MARSÝN – Upplýsingakerfi fyrir sæfarendur í Norður Atlantshafi: Development of an operational hydrodynamic model of Icelandic waters and the North Atlantic
8/2012 - 7/2014 NKS-B COSEMA – COnsequences of SEvere radioactive releases to Nordic MArine environment: Simulation of the dispersal of radioactivity from selected locations in the North Atlantic
8/2006 - 9/2010 Ministry of Fisheries Special Project: Development of a three-dimensional, high-resolution hydrodynamic model for Icelandic waters
1999 - 2006 Research associate at the Institute of Oceanography, University of Hamburg
8/2002 - 7/2006 EU-METACOD: numerical modelling of the North Atlantic circulation focusing on Icelandic and Scottish shelf seas. Further development of CODE mainly concentrated on grid cell organisation, parametrisation of turbulence and higher order advection algorithms. Analysing the paths and origins of Atlantic, Arctic and Polar waters flowing through Denmark Strait.
7/2000 - 7/2002 ARKTIEF: Modelling the North Atlantic circulation with focus on bottom boundary processes in the deep Greenland Sea and the related vertical heat and salt fluxes. Develop¬ment of a numerical ocean model (CODE) including adaptive mesh refinement on Cartesian coordinates.
2/1999 - 6/2000 EU-STEREO: numerical modelling of the north-eastern North Atlantic circulation (with HAMSOM). Development of a statistical tool (SNAC) which computes probable flow fields relating to air pressure records of surrounding airports.
2004 - 2007 Ph. D. at the Institute of Oceanography, University of Hamburg, Germany
1992 - 1998 Degree in Oceanography, University of Hamburg, Department of Geosciences, Studies of oceanography (main subject), meteorology, geo-physics (solid earth) and fluid dynamics
Teaching and others
6/2016 - 8/2016 Teaching of the summer course: “Introduction to ecosystem modelling” at the University of Iceland.
11/2014 Model development wins first place in the 2014 innovation contest of the University of Iceland.
9/2001 - 10/2001 Chief scientist aboard “RV Lance” during the research cruise “Lance-21-2001” in the Greenland and Norwegian Sea.
- Macdonald J.I., K. Logemann, E.T. Krainski, Þ. Sigurðsson, C.M. Beale, G. Huse,S. Hjøllo and G. Marteinsdóttir (2017): Can collective memories shape fish distributions? A test, linking space-time occurrence models and population demographics. Ecography 40: 001–019. doi:10.1111/ecog.03098
- Iosjpe M., M. Isaksson, H.P. Joensen,, G. Jonsson, K. Logemann, P. Roos, V. Suolanen,and R. Thomas (2016): Effects of dynamic behaviour of Nordic marine environment to radioecological assessments. NKS-B report 358, pp. 86.
- Gislason, A., K. Logemann, and G. Marteinsdottir (2016): The cross-shore distribution of plankton and particles southwest of Iceland observed with a Video Plankton Recorder. Cont. Shelf Res., 123, pp. 50–60. doi:10.1016/j.csr.2016.04.004
- Logemann K., J. Ólafsson, Á. Snorrason and G. Marteinsdóttir (2013): The South Icelandic Current. ICES CM 2013/L:01 Theme Session L contributions.
- Logemann, K., J. Ólafsson, Á. Snorrason, H. Valdimarsson, and G. Marteinsdóttir (2013): The circulation of Icelandic waters – a modelling study, Ocean Sci., 9, 931-955, doi:10.5194/os-9-931-2013
- Logemann, K., J. Olafsson and G. Marteinsdóttir (2012): Modelling the hydrography of Icelandic waters from 1992 to 2006. MARICE E-report MER-13-2012, pp. 221.
- Logemann, K., J. Olafsson and G.Marteinsdóttir (2010): The ocean model CODE and its application to Icelandic waters. MARICE E-report MER-10-2010, University of Iceland, pp. 93.
- Logemann, K (2007): Modelluntersuchung zur Erwärmung des Bodenwassers der Grönlandsee (Modelling the warming of the Greenland Sea bottom water). PhD thesis, Institute of Oceanography, University of Hamburg, pp. 183.
- Brickman, D., G. Marteinsdottir, K. Logemann and I. Harms (2007): Drift probabilities for Icelandic cod larvae. ICES Journal of Marine Science, 64, 49–59.
- Logemann, K. and I. Harms (2006): High resolution modelling of the North Icelandic Irminger Current (NIIC). Ocean Science, 2, 291-304. doi:10.5194/os-2-291-2006
- Logemann, K., J.O. Backhaus and I.H. Harms (2004): SNAC: a statistical emulator of the north-east Atlantic circulation. Ocean Modelling, 7, 94-110. doi:10.1016/S1463-5003(03)00039-8
- Backhaus, J.O., E. Nøst Hegseth, H. Wehde, X. Irigoien, K. Hatten and K. Logemann (2003): Convection and primary production in winter. Marine Ecology Progress Series, Vol. 251, 1-14.
- Logemann, K. (2001): Investigations of the Hydrography in the Greenland Sea. Report of Cruise # 21-2001 of RV ‘LANCE’. Institute of Oceanography, University of Hamburg, pp. 22.
- Grotefendt, K., K. Logemann, D. Quadfasel and S. Ronski (1998): Is the Arctic Ocean warming? Journal of Geophysical Research, Vol. 103, No. C12, pp. 27.679-27.687. doi:10.1029/98JC02097