- My work will be focused on the long-standing puzzle of energy transport throughout the solar atmosphere, explains Kilian Krikova.
Maryam Saberi from Iran started working at RoCS two months before the Covid-19 close-down of Norway.
- This position places me in the best research environment, says Nancy Narang who has worked as a postdoctoral fellow for RoCS since last winter.
"Norway is an incredibly beautiful country for its particularly supportive education system."
Chandrashekhar Kalogodu from India chose RoCS - Rosseland Centre for Solar Physics, University of Oslo, to be part of one of the leading groups in solar research.
Following up his Master thesis project this summer, Daniel Jakobsson is back at RoCS working at the SolarAlma project. His work stay is made possible by the Rosseland Visitor Program.
A month before the national lockdown in March, Atul Mohan started working at the EMISSA project at RoCS, UiO, as a Postdoctoral Fellow.
"Create realistic mocks of what the telescope will observe is crucial for a correct analysis of the data. That is the biggest challenge."
"Since I did both my bachelor’s and master’s degree at UiO, and then decided on doing a PhD here, it might be easy to tell that I like Oslo and ITA a lot."
"The favourite part of my job is the collection, reduction and analysis of observational data. I particularly enjoy the process of “cleaning” and exploring the data to reveal their hidden information."
Originally from Stavanger, laureate in Bergen, Thore Espedal Moe is the new PhD student at the Rosseland Centre for Solar Physic, UiO.
"I hope my contributions will help increase our understanding of the relationship between the Solar magnetic field and atmospheric heating" - Rebecca Robinson.
"I was at an early age determined to learn more within astronomy" - Øystein Håvard Færder.
"Stars are the driving force to the life as we know it, so to understand the origins of life, understanding stars is crucial." - Sneha Pandit