Haakon Ludvig is a researcher at Caltech who is focused on understanding and reducing uncertainty about the key mechanisms of climate change. He is working with Jörn Callies on using swarms of autonomous ocean instruments to improve estimates of deep ocean heat uptake, and with Tapio Schneider and Andrew Stuart on developing advanced climate models that incorporate uncertainty and stochasticity. Haakon received his BS.c. and MS.c. in applied mathematics from Universitetet i Bergen, including a year at UC Berkeley, and is currently supported by the Aker Scholarship and Fulbright Fellowship at Caltech.