Marc Müller-Stoffels, MSc (Physics)

PO Box 750606
Fairbanks, AK 99775-0606
USA

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mmuellerstoffels@alaska.edu
marc@mueller-stoffels.net

Graduate Student (PhD)
Complex System Dynamics
Department of Physics
University of Alaska, Fairbanks

Research interests
Complex Systems Dynamics Models of Ice coverd Oceans
Geometric selection in growing ice sheets
Scenario methods, software tools and development
Energy and Power Technology for Isolated Grids

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Publications
Marc Müller-Stoffels and Renate Wackerbauer, Spatiotemporal Sea Ice Dynamics in a Coupled Cell Model, Poster and abstract, 2008 Dynamics of Complex Systems Workshop: Common Threads, August 6-8, 2008, UAF Center for Complex Systems Studies, University of Alaska Fairbanks, Fairbanks, Alaska, USA.

Marc Müller-Stoffels, Preferred Crystal Orientations in Freshwater Ice Sheets, Masters thesis, as submitted July 2006
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Marc Müller-Stoffels, Pat J. Langhorne, Chris Petrich and Edward W. Kempema, Crystal orientations in quietly frozen ice sheets from fresh water and brackish water, Poster and abstract, 11th International Conference on the Physics and Chemistry of Ice PCICE2006, 23-28th July, Bremerhaven, Germany.

Marc Müller-Stoffels, Pat J. Langhorne, Chris Petrich and Edward W. Kempema, Crystal orientations in quietly frozen ice sheets from fresh water and low concentration NaCl solutions, Poster and abstract, International Syposium on Sea Ice, International Glaciological Society, December 2005, Dunedin, New Zealand.

Beate Schulz-Montag and Marc Müller-Stoffels, Szenarien – Instrumente für Innovations- und Strategieprozesse, in “Szenariotechnik”, Falko E.P. Wilms (Editor), 2006, Haupt Verlag, Germany.

Marc Müller-Stoffels and Beate Schulz-Montag, Gefangen im Sensornetz, 2004, ChangeX, Germany, www.changex.de