Category: PhD / Master


PhD seminar 2021 at GEO

Group picture PhD seminar 2021 at GEO, Åse Hestnes

This years PhD seminar with the theme “Networking” was conducted once more digitally on 2nd June and was followed by a “blåtur”. The PhD seminar included three inspiring presentations: How to be a comfortable and effective academic networker (Willem van der Bilt), Communication with impact (Randi Garmann Lønrusten) and Visual storytelling (Tom Langbehn). After the formal part, the participants gathered at the lower station of Fløybanen and hiked up Fløyensletten, where a “bålpanne med servering” waited for the participants and where everybody could practise the skills learned during the seminar.

The program committee, Åse Hestnes, Eoghan Reeves and Synne Skaara are thanked for arranging this years inspiring PhD seminar.

 

 

 

Gratulerer med fullført master Øystein Haugen Ødegård

Vi gleder oss over våre masterkandidater som har fullført mastergraden. Her er lenke til Øystein Haugen Ødegård og resultatene fra masterprosjektet “From outcrop to Ground Penetrating Radar images with Point-Spread Function based convolution modelling”. Oppslaget er også å finne utenfor Aud 5.

Congrats, dr Sunniva Rutledal

Sunniva Rutledal  successfully defended her thesis Friday 9th April on: “Tephrochronology of the North Atlantic during the Last Glacial period – a paleoclimate synchronization tool”.

We congratulate the freshly minted doctora! 🙂

The opponents were Professor Stefan Wastegård, Department of Physical Geography, Stockholm University, Sweden and Professor Dierk Hebbeln
MARUM – Center for Marine Environmental Sciences, University of Bremen, Germany. The Internal member of the committee was Assosiate Professor Henriette Linge, GEO, and the disputation was led by Professor Kerim Hestnes Nisancioglu. The thesis was supervised by Professor Eystein Jansen, GEO and Professor Haflidi Haflidason, GEO, Dr. Trond M. Dokken, NORCE Norwegian Research Centre og Dr. Sarah M. P. Berben.

Congrats, dr Fanny Ekblom Johansson

Fanny Ekblom Johansson successfully defended her thesis Wednesday 24. March on: “Glacial and Extreme Flood variability during late Holocene and into the Future – Studies from Folgefonna in south-west Norway and Ata Sund in west Greenland“.

We congratulate the freshly minted doctora! 🙂

The opponents were Professor Anders Schomacker, Institutt for Geovitenskap, UiT Norges Arktiske Universitet and dr. Bethan Davis, Centre for Quaternary Research, Department of Geography, Royal Holloway University of London, UK. The Internal member of the committee was professor Atle Nesje, GEO, and the disputation was led by førsteamanuensis Benjamin Aubrey Robson. The thesis was supervised by professor Jostein Bakke and senioringeniør Eivind Wilhelm Nagel Støren, GEO, and seniorforsker Camilla Snowman Andresen ved De Nationale Geologiske Undersøgelser for Danmark og Grønland.

Gratulerer med fullført master Peter Makus

Vi gleder oss over våre masterkandidater som har fullført mastergraden. Her er lenke til Peter Makus og resultatene fra masterprosjektet “Imaging Discontinuities in the Lithospheric Mantle Using a New, Automated Ps and Sp Receiver Function Workflow”. Oppslaget er også å finne utenfor Aud 5.

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.

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