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    Ines Skoko

    New PhD student

    During the summer 2016, Ines Skoko was visiting MISU. Now she is back as a new PhD student, working with Annica Ekman. Ines has a bachelor and master degree in Meteorology from University of Belgrade, Serbia. We welcome Ines to the department!

    New research grants from The Swedish Research Council (VR)

    The Research Council has taken a decision on research grants in science and engineering. This was publish on November 2, 2016. MISU received one etablishment grant and two project grants. Congratulations to Gabriele Messori, Caroline Leck and Michael Tjernström.

    Alice Knut

    New major research grant by Knut and Alice Wallenberg Fundation

    The Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation has granted a total of SEK 131 million to research projects at Stockholm University. One of the project is "Arctic Climate across Scales" with professor M. Tjernström at MISU. The projects were considered to be of the highest international level and have the potential to lead to future scientific breakthroughs.

    Jonas och Electra

    Inauguration of R/V Electra af Askö

    On October 5, representatives from the Department of Meteorology participated in the Inauguration of Stockholm University new research vessel, nicely organized by the Baltic Sea Centre. Jonas Nycander, head of the Department, gave a short presentation on how we can use the vessel for more oceanographic research in collaboration with other departments.

    Lake Hawea

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    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?

    MISU News

    • Arctic Ocean 2016 2016-11-24 The Swedish icebreaker Oden is going on a research mission to the Arctic again and during the week 23-26 some MISU people, and some others, spent climbing around on Oden in Helsingborg harbor to set up instruments and take part in a one day science workshop and - for those that actually goes on the expedition - to brush up on board safety.
    • Stort EU-anslag för att studera arktiska kopplingar till väder och klimat 2016-11-22 Bättre väder- och klimatprognoser inte bara i Arktis utan även i Europa, Asien och Nordamerika är målet för ett nytt tvärvetenskapligt projekt som får 8 miljoner euro från EU:s forsknings- och innovationsprogram Horisont 2020.
    • New research grants from The Swedish Research Council (VR) 2016-11-08 The Research Council has taken a decision on research grants in science and engineering. This was publish on November 2, 2016. MISU received one etablishment grant and two project grants. Congratulations to Gabriele Messori, Caroline Leck and Michael Tjernström.