"There is something really compelling to me about cosmology in general, that we are able to answer philosophical questions quantitatively" - Duncan Watts.
This autumn three young Ph.D.candidates started their work journey at RoCS - Rosseland Centre for Solar Physics. Michael Haahr from Denmark is one of them.
- The Whole Sun Project, provides a unique opportunity for me to work and collaborate with experts from other European institutions, says the latest newcomer to RoCS. His name is Avijeet Prasad and he is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow.
- Three years ago, I decided to become a software developer, says Wojciech Olejarz. And this spring he started working for RoCS - Rosseland Centre for Solar Physics.
"Living in Scandinavia was also a personal dream, since I have always admired the lifestyle and the well-being generally associated to these countries" - Davide Decataldo.
Marianne Omang has been affiliated with RoCS as an adjunct professor since she finished her PhD in 2005.
In the middle of the pandemic, Ana Belén Griñón Marín, moved from Stanford University to RoCS, UiO. She joined the team for her second postdoctoral position.
- It did not take me a long time to accept the invitation to work with RoCS. I’ve always thought that the group was no less than world-leading in its field, says Guillaume Aulanier who newly joined the Centre of Excellence at UiO.
Aditi Bhatnagar found the move from India to RoCS - Rosseland Centre for Solar Physics to be swift. She has started her way to her Doctorate Degree.
"My research goal? Constraining cosmological and gravitational models and discovering the nature of dark energy".
Her name is Maria Guadalupe Barrios Sazo, but she goes by Lupe. She has come all the way from Guatemala to work as a Research Software Engineer at RoCS - Rosseland Centre for Solar Physics.