I am so very honoured to receive the 2018 PhD award for most outstanding PhD dissertation from the Faculty of Science at University of Copenhagen.
Tuesday I flew to Copenhagen to participate in the ceremony for the annual PhD Graduation Ceremony that was held Friday afternoon in the beautiful auditorium at the Frederiksberg Campus.
I was asked to give a short presentation on the main findings of my thesis, and this is the first talk I’ve given where I’ve solely showed photos. This has always been something I’ve wanted to do. Simply showing beautiful photos while telling a capturing story is to me the most interesting way to communicate your research. And beautiful photos of a changing Arctic combined with impressive and colourful photos of the Greenlandic deltas constitute a good background for a good story.
The main findings of my thesis in two lines:
“In my PhD I showed, that the deltas of Greenland react completely opposite of the remaining coasts in the Arctic and the worlds deltas, when climate is warming; They grow bigger!”
Read more about it HERE