I am not a climate scientist. But the folks over at RealClimate definitely are. The writing is mostly for other scientists, and the discussions detailed.
RealClimate tends to avoid making big claims, but if you want to know the science behind the big claims, this is the place to go
This article talks about some of the different models used to predict the amount of arctic sea ice minimums, and when the arctic will be ice free.
If you are looking for an answer to that question, you don’t get it here. While the authors acknowledge that all the models show the arctic going ice free, they also want to drive to a better definition.