Supervision of postdocs:
- since 2021: Lea Poropat, FORMAS project NEEDS
- since 2021: Lu Zhou, Rymdstyrelsen project WINDOWS
- 2020: Adriano Lemos, Rymdstyrelsen project WINDOWS
Supervision of PhD students:
- starting in September 2023: Carmen Wong: “Monitoring Arctic Polynyas from Space”, Rymdstyrelsen project MAPS. I am the main supervisor.
- since 2019: Salar Karam: “Why is the deep Arctic Ocean Warming?”, Vetenskapsrådet project WAOW. I am the main supervisor. Due to complete in March 2024.
- 2018 to 2022: (Dr) Martin Mohrmann: “Ocean mixing and polynyas at Maud Rise, Weddell Sea”. I am co-supervisor. Main supervisor is Sebastiaan Swart, University of Gothenburg. Results published in ,, and  + PhD thesis. Successfully defended on 13th May 2022; opponent Laura de Steur, NPI. Now at VOTO, Gothenburg (Sweden).
- 2016 to 2020: (Dr) Wiebke Aldenhoff: “Radar remote sensing of sea ice”. I was co-supervisor. Main supervisor was Leif Eriksson, Chalmers University of Technology. Results published in ,, and  + PhD thesis. Successfully defended on 20th March 2020; opponent Marko Mäkkynen, FMI. Now at the BSH Rostock (Germany).
Supervision of Master’s students:
- 2021: David Ek, “Dynamics of sea level variability from altimetry in the wider North Sea”. Completed with honours, May 2022.
- 2019: Lorine Ferger, based at Mainz University (Germany), “The Mediterranean Overflow in climate change simulations; a savior for the AMOC?”. Completed September 2019.
- 2017 to 2018: Lovisa Waldrop Bergman, “Ocean surface currents as a proxy for meltwater export – A modelling study”. Completed with honours, June 2018.
- 2016 to 2017: Sara Sahlin, “Bottom temperature sensors: using 2015 Greenland results to successfully plan the 2017 Arctic deployment”. Completed September 2017.
- 2015 to 2016: Clara Calander, co-supervised with Anna Wåhlin, “Bottom temperature as a proxy for warm bottom layer temperature, West Antarctica”. Completed March 2016.
I also supervise bachelor’s student projects: Lola Nader (2019), Ellen Andersson (2019), Emelie Craaford (2019) and David Hagman (2017).
Since autumn 2018, at the Department of Earth Sciences, University of Gothenburg:
- Course responsible and main teacher for the “Advanced Climate Data analysis” third year bachelor’s course (GVN370);
- Course responsible and main teacher for the “Climate Modelling” Master’s course, in English (GVN465);
- Organiser + created material + lecturing in the PhD course “AI for Earth and Environmental Sciences“
- Created material + lecturing in the PhD course “Arctic in a changing climate“;
- Created material + lecturing in the PhD course “Modelling strategies“;
- Until June 2023, Course responsible and main teacher for the “Data Analysis for Earth Sciences” second year bachelor’s course (GV2500);
- Until June 2022, Course responsible and main teacher for the climatology half of “Introduction to Geosciences”, first year bachelor, in Swedish (GV1410);
- Created material + lecturing for the ocean circulation part of “Earth System Science”, third year bachelor, in English (GV0340);
Autumns 2016 and 2017, at the Department of Marine Sciences, University of Gothenburg:
- Created material + lecturing for “Marine models and Databases”, second year bachelor, in Swedish (MAR109)
- Created material + lecturing for “Ocean mixing”, Master’s course, in English (OC4910)
+ Over 200 h as a teaching assistant as a PhD student at the University of East Anglia, UK, from October 2011 to March 2015:
- “Forces of Nature”; course organiser Karen Heywood; autumn 2011.
- “Maths for Scientists”; course organiser Manoj Joshi; autumns 2012 and 2013 (ENV-4015Y).
- “Atmosphere and Oceans”; course organisers Robert Hall and Parvadha Suntharalingham; springs 2013 and 2014 (ENV-4007B).
- “Calculus and Multivariable calculus”; course organiser Nigel Scott; autumn 2013 (MTHA4008Y).
- “Environmental chemistry”; course organiser Tim Jickells; spring 2015.
Note that the UEA programme has been modified since I taught in it, so two courses no longer exist but have been merged with larger/wider courses.