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25 August 2014

Congratulations to three PhD candidates

Helle Kjær (in the middle of the photo) together with the assessment committee. From left: Jørgen Peder Steffensen, Centre for Ice and Climate, Gabriel M. Filippelli, Indiana University (IUPUI)and Margit Schwikowski, Paul Scherrer Institute. From right Helle Kjærs supervisor, Anders Svensson from Centre for Ice and Climate.

 Congratulations to HELLE KJÆR who  succesfully defended her PhD Thesis on August 25, 2014.

Helle Kjær is our third Centre for Ice and Climate PhD candidate to finish this year.

Helle Kjær will continue as postdoc in the Ice2Ice project.

Read abstract of her thesis Continuous chemistry in ice cores - Phosphorus, pH and the photolysis of humic like substances.

Earlier this year PETER SPERLICH and ERNESTO KETTNER both succesfully defended their PhD Thesis at Centre for Ice and Climate.

Peter Sperlich succesfully defended his PhD thesis on January 17, 2014.

Read abstract of Peter Sperlichs thesis with the title δ13C-CH4 in ice core samples: Analyses, referencing and data interpretation approaches.

Ernesto Kettner succesfully defended his PhD on January 20, 2014

Read abstract of Ernesto Kettners thesis with the title Highly resolved paleoclimatic aerosol records: continuous flow analysis and the potential of flow cytometry for the characterisation of aeolian dust in polar ice cores.