Curriculum Vitae – Agatha M. de Boer
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|2003||Ph.D. in Physical Oceanography, Florida State University, FL, United States. Supervisor: Doron Nof|
|1997|| M.Sc. coursework in Nuclear Reactor Physics,
Potchefstroom University, South Africa
|1994||B.Sc. Honors, Physics, University of Pretoria, South Africa|
B.Sc. (cum laude), Physics, Mathematics,
|2013–present||Docent/Associate Professor, Department of Geological Science and the Bert Bolin Centre for Climate Research, Stockholm University, Sweden.|
|2011–2013||Associate Professor, Department of Geological Science and the Bert Bolin Centre for Climate Research, Stockholm University, Sweden.|
Guest Lectureship over summer. Gothenburg University, Sweden.
|2007–2011||RCUK academic fellow on faculty in the School of Environmental Science, University of East Anglia.|
|2006–2007||Senior Research Associate, School of Environmental Science, University of East Anglia.|
|2003–2006||Postdoctoral Research Associate, Princeton University/GFDL’s joint Program of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences.|
Graduate Research Assistant, Florida State University.
Senior Physicist, Eskom, South Africa. Nuclear safety department.
|2013||Marine Geology II, 2nd/3rd year course; and Paleo-oceans and the Paleoclimate System, Masters level course, Stockholm Univeristy.|
|2012||Marine Geology II, 2nd/3rd year course; and Paleo-oceans and the Paleoclimate System, Masters level course, Stockholm Univeristy.|
|2011||Atmosphere and Oceans, Oceanography Field Course in Oban Scotland, University of East Anglia.|
|2010||Atmosphere and Oceans, First year environmental field course in Slapton, University of East Anglia.|
|2009||Oceanography Field Course in Oban Scotland, University of East Anglia.|
|2008||Introductory Computing for Environmental Scientists, University of East Anglia.|
|2007||Basic Environmental Physics module, University of East Anglia|
Teaching assistant, Uni. of the Orange Free State (South Africa). First year physics lab.
As primary supervisor:
|2010–2014||Robert Graham, Stockholm University|
|2008–2012||Matthew Thomas, University of East Anglia|
|2009||JC32 South Atlantic section. Performed dissolved inorganic carbon and alkalinity measurements.|
SFTREII research cruise to measure mixing in salt finger regions. Assisted in instrument deployment, recovery and data analysis.
|AWARDS AND GRANTS|
|2010||UEA Teaching fellowship (£4,200)|
|2010||Guest Lectureship (~£10,000)|
|2009||Royal Society networking grant (~£4,000)|
|2007||RCUK academic fellowship|
|2002||Outstanding Graduate Student Award, Dept. of Oceanography, Florida State University|
|1990–1993||Full Scholarships from Eskom (Electricity Utility Company), South Africa|
Academic Scholarships, Uni. of Orange Freestate and Uni. of Pretoria, South Africa