Contact

PhD students

Lena Seuthe
Scientific advisor
UiT The Arctic University of Norway
lena.seuthe@uit.no

Education of a new generation of Arctic scientists is a major goal of the Nansen Legacy. That is why the project employs 23 PhD students in the field of Arctic paleoclimatology, oceanography, marine ecology, ecosystem modelling, climate modelling and development of enabling marine research technology. These young researchers were recruited from inside and outside Scandinavia, and are working at all the large universities in Norway. Over half of the PhD students in the project are women.

Name

Work package

Institution

Cheshtaa Chitkara 

The living Barents Sea

UNIS

Christine Gawinski 

The living Barents Sea

UiT

Christine T. Kollsgård

Physical drivers

UiT

Eivind Kolås 

Physical drivers / Technology and method development

UiB

Elliot Sivel 

The future Barents Sea

IMR

Eric Jorda-Molina

The living Barents Sea

NORD

Evangelia Efstathiou

The future Barents Sea

UiB

Evelyn Strombom

Human impacts

UiO

Griselda Anglada Ortiz 

Human impacts

UiT

Ina Nilsen 

Human impacts

IMR

Jakob Dörr 

The future Barents Sea

UiB

Johanne Skrefsrud

The future Barents Sea

UiB

Julia Giebichenstein 

Human impacts

UiO

Karoline Saubrekka 

The living Barents Sea

UiO

Kjersti Kalhagen 

Physical drivers

UNIS

Maria Digernes 

Human impacts

NTNU

Muhammad Asim

Technology and method development

UiT

Natalie Summers 

Technology and method development

NTNU

Oliver Hasler

Technology and method development

NTNU

Robynne Nowicki 

Human impacts

UNIS

Ruochen Yang 

Technology and method development

NTNU

Sanna Majaneva

The living Barents Sea

UiT

Siv Hoff 

Human impacts

UiO

Snorre Flo 

The living Barents Sea

UNIS

Stephen Kohler 

Human impacts

NTNU

Thaise Ricardo de Freitas 

Physical drivers / The living Barents Sea

UiO

Tore Mo-Bjørkelund 

Technology and method development

NTNU

Vårin Eilertsen 

Physical drivers

UiT

Yasemin Bodur 

The living Barents Sea

UiT