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Curriculum Vitae

Education:
2003 Docent Docent lecture “The ocean floor physiography visualized using computer 3D-techniques and global databases”.
2000 Ph.D. Stockholm University. Ph.D. thesis title: "Mapping the Arctic Ocean: Bathymetry and Pleistocene Paleoceanography".
1995 M.Sc. Stockholm University. M.Sc. thesis title: "Glacial and postglacial development of the Ören glaciofluvial deposit south-west of Torö, southern Stockholm Archipelago, Sweden".
Specialization:
Marine geology and geophysics, geospatial database management, Geographic Information Systems (GIS), digital processing and analysis of geoscientific data, advanced 3D-visualization applications, paleoceanography and geology of the Arctic Ocean, Article 76 applications.
Professional Experience:
2012– Head of Department of Geological Sciences.
2009– Full Professor of Marine Geology and Geophysics: Dep. of Geological Sciences, Stockholm University.
2004–2009 Swedish Royal Academy of Sciences Research Fellow position (leave of absence from Associate Professor position).
2004–2009 Associate Professor: Dep. of Geological Sciences, Stockholm University.
2002–2004 Research Scientist II: Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping/Joint Hydrographic Center, University of New Hampshire.
2000– 2001 Postdoc: Center for Coastal and Ocean. Mapping/Joint Hydrographic Center, University of New Hampshire.
1995– 2000 Ph.D. research position: Stockholm University.
1994– 1995 Field geologist at the Geological Survey of Sweden (SGU) in 1994 (May-October) and 1995 (July-August). The work was carried out onboard the research vessel Ocean Surveyor. Marine geologist, Department of Marine Geology, SGU, spring term 1995.
Professional Societies:
American Geophysical Union.
Honors and Awards:
2011 The International Arctic Science Committee (IASC) Medal.
2011 Swedish Geological Society’s Pettersson Price.
2002 Editors choice in the journal Science (Science, Vol 296, 28 June 2002) for the article: Jakobsson, M., 2002, Hypsometry and volume of the Arctic Ocean and its constituent’s seas, Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems, v. 3, no. 2.
2000 Stipend from Högskoleföreningen in Stockholm for best Ph.D. thesis in the Faculty of Mathematical-Natural Sciences year 2000.
2000 Sigfrid Arrhenius stipend for outstanding Ph.D. thesis at Stockholm University's Faculty of Mathematical-Natural Sciences year 2000.
2000 Nominated for Stockholm University's pedagogic award.
1999 American Geophysical Union outstanding student paper award at the AGU spring meeting. Title of presented paper: "Glacial/Interglacial Cycles Monitored by Color and Manganese Variations in Sediments from the Lomonosov Ridge: An Approach to Constrain the Paleomagnetic Chronology".
1998 American Geophysical Union outstanding student paper award at the AGU fall meeting. Title of presented paper: "Late Pleistocene Ice Grounding on the Lomonosov Ridge, Central Arctic Ocean?".
Cruise Experience:
2010 Co-Chief Scientist, Oden Southern Ocean 0910, West Antarctica, IB Oden.
2009 Co-Chief Scientist, Sea Acceptance Test II (SAT) for the Oden EM122 multibeam off Svalbard.
2008 Co-Chief Scientist, Sea Acceptance Test II (SAT) for the Oden EM122 multibeam off Svalbard.
2007 Co-Chief Scientist on the Lomonosov Ridge Off Greenland (LOMROG) expedition to the Arctic Ocean with icbreaker Oden.
2007 Co-Chief Scientist, Sea Acceptance Test (SAT) for the Oden multibeam outside of northwest Norway.
2005 Shipboard Scientist (Swedish scientific team leader), Healy-Oden Trans-Arctic Expedition (HOTRAX). Icebreaker transect of the central Arctic Ocean.
2004 Shipboard Scientist, Arctic Coring Expedition (ACEX): Drilling on the Lomonosov Ridge in the central Arctic Ocean.
2003 Shipboard Scientist, Marine geophysical mapping of the Chukchi Borderland, Arctic Ocean: Multibeam mapping and subbottom profiling with USCGC Healy.
1999 Shipboard Scientist, Several short marine geological/geophysical field campaigns, e.g. mapping of Portsmouth Harbor during the fall of 2000, chirp sonar data acquisition in Skagerak during the fall of 1999.
1996 Shipboard Scientist, Arctic Ocean 96 expedition with icebreaker Oden to the central Arctic Ocean.
1996 Shipboard Scientist, FINNARP 95/96: Marine geological expedition with R/V Aranda to the eastern Weddell sea, Antarctica.
1994–1995 Field geologist, Field mapping with R/V Ocean Surveyor: Two field seasons (1994, May-October and 1995, July-August) onboard the Geological Survey of Sweden’s research vessel R/V Ocean Surveyor.
Member of Academic Societies:
2013 Elected member of the Royal Society of Naval Sciences, one of the royal academies founded 1771.
2012 Elected member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences Class V for Geoscience.
Stockholm University Services:
2013– Member of the Baltic Sea Centre at Stockholm University Board.
2013– Member of the Bolin Centre for Climate Research at Stockholm University Board.
2005–2012 Core Theme Leader for “Land and Ocean Spatial Reconstructions”, the Bolin Centre for Climate Research at Stockholm University.
2009–2011 Member of Faculty of Science Board.
2007–2009

Member of the Earth and Environmental Sciences Appointments Board.

Selected Services:
2013 Member of Swedish Research Council (VR) NT-007 Evaluation Panel.
2013– Vice Chairman of UNESCO IOC-IHB General.
2012– Bathymetric Chart of the Oceans (GEBCO) Chairman ofChairman of GEBCO Sub Committee on Regional Undersea Mapping (SRCUM).
2009–2012 Chairman of the GEBCO interim Sub Committee on Regional Undersea Mapping (iSRCUM).
2011– Chairman of the International Bathymetric Chart of the Arctic Ocean (IBCAO).
2011 Member of Swedish Research Council (VR) NT-C Evaluation Panel.
2007– Member of Editorial Advisory Panel for the journal Polar Research.
2006– Member of the International Polar Year (IPY) Swedish data and monitoring committee.
2006– Member of International Study of Arctic Change (ISAC) guiding Scientific Council.
2005– Member of joint IOC-IHO Guiding Committee for General Bathymetric Chart of the Oceans (GEBCO).
2005–2012 Chairman for the International Arctic Science Committee endorsed research (IASC) network program Arctic Palaeoclimate and its Extremes (APEX).
2005–2007 Oversight Committee Member for NSF project AAGRUUK, the Arctic Archive for Geophysical Research.
2004– Evaluation Committee Member for NIPPON Foundation of Japan supported project to receive a certificate in Ocean Mapping at the Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping, University of New Hampshire, USA.
1999–2009 Scientific Advisor for the General Bathymetric Chart of the Oceans (GEBCO).
1998– Editorial Board Member of the International Bathymetric Chart of the Arctic Ocean (IBCAO).
PhD students:

Main supervisor
– Benjamin Hell, defended 2011-06-08
– Daniela Hanslik, defended 2011-06-10
– Emma Sellén (defended 2009-11-27)
– Florence Collioni (defended 2009-09-14)

Assistant supervisor
– Natalia Barrientos (ongoing)
– Francis Freire (ongoing)
– Pedro Preto (ongoing)

 

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