Last updated: 2 Oct 2017

masters courses

Course name: Radiation and climate change [webpage]
Location: ETH Zürich, Switzerland
Lead lecturers: Prof. Dr. Martin Wild [homepage] & Dr. William Ball [homepage]
Semester: Spring 2016, Spring 2017, Spring 2018

Undergraduate courses

Course name: Klimasysteme [webpage]
Location: ETH Zürich, Switzerland
Role: Guest lecturer
Lecture: Solar Radiation
Lead lecturers: Dr. Erich Fischer [homepage] & Dr. Iselin Medhaug [homepage]
Semester: Autumn 2016

Course name: 1st year Computing Lab, Introduction to python
Location: Imperial College London, UK
Role: Teaching Assistant
Semester: Autumn 2012, Autumn 2013

supervision

Project: PhD; Attribution of 11-year solar cycle influence on middle atmosphere and its coupling processes
Candidate: Ales Kuchar
Period: 2013-Present
Location: ETH Zurich & Charles Univeristy
Role: Supporting-supervisor
Main supervisor: Dr. P. Pisoft (Charles Univeristy, Czech Republic)
Supervision period: 2015-Present

Project: PhD; Study of the middle atmosphere response to short-term variability
Candidate: Dr. Timofei Sukhodolov
Period: 2013-2016
Location: ETH Zurich & PMOD/WRC Davos
Role: Supporting-supervisor
Main supervisors: Prof. Dr. T. Peter & Dr. E. Rozanov
Supervision period: 2014-2016

Project: PhD; Influence of energetic electron precipitation on atmospheric chemistry and climate
Candidate: Dr. Pavle Arsenovic
Period: 2014-2017
Location: ETH Zurich
Role: Supporting-supervisor
Main supervisors: Prof. Dr. T. Peter & Dr. E. Rozanov
Supervision period: 2015-2017

Project: Undergraduate Research Opportunities Programme (UROP) summer student (8 weeks);
investigating short term solar irradiance variability in data from the SORCE satellite
Location: Imperial College London, UK
Role: Co-supervisor
Lead supervisor: Dr. Y. Unruh
Semester: 2014

Project: 1st year undergraduate research project (two students; seven weeks)
Location: Imperial College London, UK
Role: Lead supervisor
Semester: Spring 2013, Spring 2014

Project: Masters research project; simulation of stellar spots using Kepler satellite data
Location: Imperial College London, UK
Role: Co-supervisor
Lead supervisor: Dr. Y. Unruh
Semester: 2012

summer schools

Course name: Heliospheric physical processes for understanding Solar-Terrestrial Relations [webpage]
Location: International School of Space Science, L'Aquila, Italy
Role: Invited lecture on Solar Radiation
Lectures: Pathways to impact: The 'top-down' UV stratospheric route; Pathways to impact: How the Sun might influence the climate?
Semester: Autumn 2016