Receiving the scholarship from the King of Sweden.
Education 2014/04 PhD in Atmospheric Sciences and Oceanography at Department of Meteorology Stockholm University. Title: Dynamics and Variability of the Circulation in the North-Atlantic Subpolar Seas. Supervisors: Johan Nilsson (MISU), Peter Lundberg (MISU) and Peter Sigray (FOI/MISU)
2009/06 Master of Science in Meteorology at Department of Meteorology, Stockholm University. Title: Forecasts from ECMWF - Quality and Dynamical Mechanisms. Supervisors: Erland Källén (ECMWF) and Linus Magnusson (ECMWF)
Work experience 2018/09-present Researcher at the Department of Meteorology, Stockholm University, Stockholm, Sweden. Fully-funded career position through the Swedish National Space Agency (SNSB).
2016/09 - 2018/08 Researcher at the Geophysical Institute, University of Bergen, Norway. Contact: Jan Even Øie Nilsen (NERSC).
2014/09 Research associate, Department of Physical Geography, Stockholm University. Contact: Qiong Zhang (INK)
2014/05 Research associate, Department of Meteorology, Stockholm University. Contact: Francesco Pausata (MISU)
Teaching experience (at Stockholm University) 2019
Introduction to the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulationin the course "Global Climate System" (Mars 2019)
Oceanic boundary layer and turbulence in the course "Turbulent Boundary Layers in the Atmosphere and Ocean"
Satellite oceanography in the course "Remote sensing of the atmosphere and oceans", 2018 (Fall and Spring)
Exercises in the course ”Geophysical fluid dynamics”
Lecturing in Oceanography in the summer course ”The Earths Climate and Climate change”
Lecturing in Synoptic Meteorology, Dynamic Meteorology 1
Lecturing in Synoptic Meteorology, Dynamic Meteorology 2
Assistant in the summer course ”The Earths Climate and Climate change”
Teaching introduction to Latex at Stockholm University
Talks and conference proceedings
Nansen Centre, Bergen, Norway, 2018:"North Atlantic and European Sea Level Variability"
MISU, Stockholm, Sweden, 2017:"Understanding Sea Level Variability and Change at the European coastlines"
MISU, Stockholm, Sweden, 2017:"On the Evolution of the North Atlantic Cold Blob"
SMHI, Norrköping, Sweden, 2016: "Atlantic Water Variability in the Subpolar North Atlantic"
IPSL, Paris, France, 2016: "Atlantic Water Variability in the Subpolar North Atlantic"
Stony Brook University, The School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences, NY, USA, 2016: "Atlantic Water Variability in the Subpolar North Atlantic"
University of Maryland, Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, MD, USA, 2016: "Toward a Better Understanding of Atlantic Water Variability in the Subpolar North Atlantic"
John Hopkins University, MD, USA, 2016: “On the Flow of Atlantic Water and Temperature Anomalies in the Nordic Seas toward the Arctic”
National Oceanographic Data Centre, Silver Spring, MD, USA, 2016: “On the Flow of Atlantic Water and Temperature Anomalies in the Nordic Seas toward the Arctic”
Invited talk at the American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, 2015 in the session “Advances in altimetry of the Polar Regions”
OSM meeting, Hawaii, USA, 2014: ”On the coherency of the Norwegian Atlantic Slope Current”
IAPSO meeting, Gothenburg, Sweden, 2013: ” On the spatial structure and temporal variability of poleward transport between Scotland and Greenland”
Poster presented at EGU General Assembly in Vienna, 2013: ”A streamwise view of the Norwegian Atlantic Slope Current”
Graduate School of Oceanography, University of Rhode Island, USA, 2012: ”A mélange of dynamical mechanisms through the eyes of altimetry”
International Council for the Exploration of the Sea annual conference meeting, Bergen, Norway 2012: ”The dynamics and variability of the Norwegian Atlantic Slope Current”
Split workshop in atmospheric physics and oceanography, Split Croatia, 2010: ”MJO and oceanic Kelvin waves”
Fieldwork experience 2011/04-05 Participated as a research scientist for one month on board R/V ENDEAVOR (University of Rhode Island) in the Labrador Sea.
Awards and Honors 2010 One of the three recipients in Sweden of the Craaford prize scholarship (Crafoord-fondens forskningsstipendier) in Geosciences (Oceanography), 2010.
Funded projects and scholarships - 2018 (Fully-funded career position) Fingerprints of North Atlantic-Nordic Seas Exchanges from Space across Scales (FiNNESS). Role: Principal Investigator Funding agency: Swedish Space Agency. Period of work: 2018-2022
- 2015 Warm anomalies in the Nordic Seas and the role of oceanic and atmospheric circulation. Role: Co – Principal Investigator. Funding agency: NOAA/UMD. Period of work: 2015 – 2016.