Category: Disputaser


Congrats, dr. Lisa Griem

Lisa Griem successfully defended her thesis Thursday 18. March on: “Ocean circulation changes off southern Greenland during the abrupt climate events of mid-to-late MIS3“.

We congratulate the freshly minted doctora! 🙂

The opponents were Professor William Austin, University of St. Andrews, United Kingdom, Canada and Seniorforsker Camilla Snowman Andresen
Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland, Denmark
The Internal member of the committee was Førsteamanuensis Helga (Kikki) Flesche Kleiven, GEO, and the disputation was led by Førsteamanuensis Anne Nele Meckler. The thesis was supervised by professor Eystein Jansen, GEO, Dr. Trond M. Dokken og Dr. Sarah M. P. Berben ved NORCE Norwegian Research Centre.

Congrats, dr. Sebastian Wolf

Sebastian Wolf successfully defended his thesis Wednesday 10. March on: “Orogenesis from bottom to top – Investigating the geodynamics of mountain building using coupled thermo-mechanical-surface-process models“.

We congratulate the freshly minted doctor! 🙂

The opponents were Dr. Christopher Beaumont, Department of Oceanography, Dalhousie University, Canada and Professor Kelin Whipple, Natural Sciences, Division of (CLAS-NS)
Arizona State University, USA. The Internal member of the committee was Professor Stephane Rondenay, GEO, and the disputation was led by Professor William Helland-Hansen. The thesis was supervised by Professor Ritske Huismans, GEO.

Congrats, dr. Danielle Marie Howlett

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Danielle Marie Howlett successfully defended her thesis Tuesday 8. December on: “Response of Deep-water Depositional Systems to Salt-Influenced Topography“.

We congratulate the freshly minted doctora! 🙂

The opponents were Mike Mayall from Imperial College London and Esther Sumner from University of Southampton. The Internal member of the committee was Berit Oline Hjelstuen, and the disputation was led by Christian Haug Eide. The thesis was supervised by Rob Gawthorpe, Atle Rotevatn and Zhiyuan Ge., all GEO.

Congrats, dr. Helene Meling Stemland

Helene Meling Stemland successfully defended her thesis Wednesday 3. December on: “Seismic acquisition and analysis in a changing Arctic

We congratulate the freshly minted doctora! 🙂

The opponents were Professor Angus Best ved National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, Storbritannia, og professor Martin Landrø ved NTNU. The Internal member of the committee was Isabelle Lecomte, and the disputation was led by Henk Keers. The thesis was supervised by Tor Arne Johansen, Bent Ole Ruud, GEO and Leiv-Jacob Gelius from UiO.

Congrats, Martin Sarajærvi

Martin Sarajærvi successfully defended his thesis Wednesday 18. November on: “Computationally Efficient Methods for Seismic Modeling and Inversion”.

We congratulate the freshly minted doctor! 🙂

The opponents were Professor Roelof K. Snieder at the Center for Wave Phenomena and Office of Academic Affairs, Colorado School of Mines, USA, and professor Leiv Jacob Gelius ved Seksjon for geologi og geofysikk, Institutt for geofag, Universitetet i Oslo i doktorgradsdisputasen. Mathilde Sørensen internternal member of the committee, and the disputation was led by Einar Iversen. The thesis was supervised by Henk Heers, Volker Oye ved NORSAR, and Jan Øystein Haavig Bakke at Schlumberger.

Congrats, Dr Kristian Agasøster Haaga

Kristian Agasøster Haaga successfully defended his thesis Tuesday 3. November on: “Causal interactions in the Earth system”

We congratulate the freshly minted doctor! 🙂

The Opponents were professor Holger Kantz fra Max Planck Institute for the Physics of Complex Systems i Dresden, Tyskland, and seniorforsker Jaroslav Hlinka, at Institute of Computer Science, Czech Academy of Sciences i Praha, Tsjekkia. Anna Nele Meckler was internal member of the committee, and disputation was led by Steffen Leth Jørgensen. Kristian was supervised by Bjarte Hannisdal, Jo Brendryen and David Diego Castro.

Congrats, Dr Isabel Edmundson

Foto: Anders B. Kulseng

Isabel Edmundson successfully defended her thesis Thursday 10. September on “Elucidating key controls on top seal, lateral seal and fault seal capacity in hydrocarbon traps: insights from the Norwegian Continental Shelf”.

We congratulate the freshly minted doctora! 🙂

The Opponents were professor Quentin Fisher, at the University of Leeds, and associated professor Clare Bond, University of Aberdeen.  Christian Haug Eide was internal member of the committee, and the disputation was led by William Helland-Hansen.

Izzy was supervised by Atle Rotevatn, Roy Davies, Graham Yielding and Kjetil Broberg.

 

Disputas – Niklas Meinicke

SÅÅÅ glad kan man bli når man har disputert i tre timer, og komiteen har godkjent både disputas og avhandling.

Niklas Meinicke forsvarte avhandlingen sin 25. juni, med tittelen “Clumped isotope thermometry in foraminifera – From calibration to Plio-Pleistocene temperature reconstructions in the Indo-Pacific Warm Pool“.

Opponentene var professor Cédric M. John, ved Department of Earth Science & Engineering, ved Imperial College London, og Amanuensius Sindia Sosdian fra School of Earth and Ocean Sciences, Cardiff University. Professor Eystein Jansen var internt medlem i komiteen, og professor Lars Ottemöller ledet disputasen.

Prosjektet ble veiledet av Anna Nele Meckler, Stijn De Schepper, og Sze Ling Ho. Lenke til pressemelding. Vi gratulerer 🙂

Disputas – Fabian Tillmans

MSc Fabian Tillmans disputerte 18. juni for doktorgraden, med avhandlingen “Deep-water syn-rift sedimentation and tectonics“.

Opponenter var professor Alejandro Escalona fra Institutt for energiressurser ved Universitetet i Stavanger, og førsteamanuensis Aggeliki Georgiopoulou fra School of Environment and Technology ved The University of Brighton i Storbritannia. Førsteamanuensis Christian Hauge Eide var internt medlem av komiteen, og selve disputasen ble ledet av professor Morten Jakobsen, begge GEO. Doktorgradsprosjektet er veiledet av professor Rob Gawthorpe (UiB), professor Atle Rotevatn (UiB) og professor Christopher Jackson (Imperial College London). Lenke til pressemeldingen. Vi gratulerer 🙂

Disputas – Anneleen Geurtz

MSc Anneleen Geurts disputerte mandag 8. juni for doktorgraden, med avhandlingen “The interplay between surface processes and tectonics in the actively extending central Italian Apennines“.

Opponenter var professor Frank Pazzaglia fra
Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences ved Lehigh University i Pennsylvania, USA, og professor Hugh Sinclair fra
School of GeoSciences ved University of Edinburgh i
Storbritannia. Professor Berit Oline Hjelstuen var internt medlem av komiteen, og selve disputasen ble ledet av professor Kerim Hestnes Nisancioglu, begge ved Institutt for geovitenskap, UiB.

Doktorgradsprosjektet har blitt veiledet av professor Patience Cowie, professor Rob Gawthorpe, og professor Ritske Huismans.

Her er lenke til pressemeldingen

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