Current position
Study Administrator and Science Communicator
Department of Meteorology, Stockholm University

Scientific Background 
Fil Lic. in Atmospheric Science and Oceanography
Stockholm University, Department of Meteorology.

Supervisors: Michael Tjernström & Annica Ekman
2010-2013, The Arctic Summer Atmosphere.

Research paper: The Arctic Summer Atmosphere: an evaluation of reanalyses using ASCOS data
Published March 14, 2014 in Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics

2008-2010 Master of Science (Physics & Meteorology) from Lund University.
Exchange student at University of Copenhagen 2008-2009 and University of Washington 2009-2010.

2005-2008 Bachelor of Science (Physics and Meteorology) from Lund University.
Exchange student at University of Copenhagen 2007-2008

Conferences, schools and workshops 
  • ASCOS Workshop in Leeds, UK, October 7-9, 2010 
  • WAVACS COST winter school in Venice, February 6-12, 2011 (poster)
  • AMS Conference on Polar Meteorology and Oceanography in Boston, May 2-5, 2011 (poster)
  • Bert Bolin Climate Research Centre Summer School on Arctic Climate in Abisko, August 1-13, 2011 (poster)
  • IASC WG Atmosphere Workshop in Potsdam, September 26-27, 2011 (talk)
  • Arctic Boundary Layer Meteorology Course, University of Svalbard, Feb 14-March 14, 2012
  • APECS Career Development Workshop, Montréal, April 19-21, 2012
  • International Polar Year (IPY) Conference 2012, Montréal, April 22-27, 2012 (talk)

Computer programming
ECDL, MatLab, LabView, Bash and LaTex.

Other experiences
April 2011 - 2013. Head of the PhD Council at the Meteorology Department, Stockholm University.

September 2011 - May 2012. Founder and Head of the organizing committee for the first Climate Research PhD Conference within the Bolin Centre for Climate Research.

Spring 2012. Part of the science communication project at the Bert Bolin Center.

Master project at University of Washington, 2010. Studied the cloud fraction and cloud top height over the South East Pacific during the VOCALS period, using data from satellite CALIPSO.
Supervisor: Robert Wood.

Bachelor project within the aerosol group at Lund University, 2008. Calibration of a CCN-counter.
Supervisor: Göran Franck

For more information see my LinkedIn profile

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