Department of Meteorology

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RGB composite to detect airmasses 19/9-12 (copyright 2012 EUMETSAT).

Open for late applications from 8-25 August

Are you interested in working with the most important environmental issues of our time? Do you want to apply mathematics, physics, and chemistry to understand what influences the weather, oceans and the climate of the Earth?

Tropical Storm: Earl 1/9-10 (copyright 2012 EUMETSAT).

Introductory courses in meteorology and oceanography

Are you interested in the atmosphere, oceans and climate but do not want to study our Bachelor's or Master's program? Then apply for our introductory courses and get both knowledge about the topics and an insight into what role atmospheric science and oceanography have in society. All our three different introductory courses are given in Swedish.

PhD Conference 2014

Dear PhD students connected to the Climate Research School at Bolin Centre and ResClim. We are happy to invite you all to the 2014 PhD Conference in Bergen 29-30 September. The conference is a setting for PhD students from Stockholm, Bergen, Oslo and Tromsø to meet, find collaboration partners and present your work in a non-intimidating area.

Call for abstracts: SOLAS

Swedish-SOLAS Open Science Symposium, 27-28 Augusti 2014, Gothenburg

MISU News

  • Latest update from the Arctic Cloud Summer Experiment (ACSE) 2014-07-18 We have now rounded Severnaya Zemlya and entered the Laptev Sea; right now we are "balancing" on the outer edge of the shelf. The route from the Kara Sea to here took us through some pretty sturdy ice and so we lost some time, which we are now trying to catch up on.
  • Interview with Emma & Lisa before departure with icebreaker Oden 2014-07-18 On Saturday, July 5 at 17:00 local time, the icebreaker Oden lifted anchor in Tromsöfjord and set course toward the Arctic Ocean. Here you can hear some of the expectations from Emma och Lisa, just before the departure.
  • Mobilisation onto Oden 2014-06-11 Many scientists from Stockholm University have spent several weeks packing all the instruments and equipment that will be needed for the expedition to the Arctic this summer. Last week, the mobilisation started and the equipment was taken onboard Oden in Helsingborg.