CV

Curriculum Vitae – Agatha M. de Boer

Tel: Work: +46 (0) 9 16 4730, Mobile: +46 (0) 700 469 230
E-mail: agatha.deboer(at)geo.su.se
Work Address: Department of Geological Science and the Bert Bolin Centre for Climate Research , Stockholm Univeristy, Stockholm 106 91, Sweden


EDUCATION
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
1993

B.Sc. (cum laude), Physics, Mathematics,
University of the Orange Free State, South Africa

 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

RESEARCH

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.
2010

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.
1998–2003

Graduate Research Assistant, Florida State University.

 

1994–1997

Senior Physicist, Eskom, South Africa. Nuclear safety department.

 

TEACHING
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
1992

Teaching assistant, Uni. of the Orange Free State (South Africa). First year physics lab.

 

PHD SUPERVISION

As primary supervisor:

2010–2014 Robert Graham, Stockholm University
2008–2012 Matthew Thomas, University of East Anglia
 
FIELD WORK
2009 JC32 South Atlantic section. Performed dissolved inorganic carbon and alkalinity measurements.
2001

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
1990–1993

Academic Scholarships, Uni. of Orange Freestate and Uni. of Pretoria, South Africa

 

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