Disputas - Master of Science Johannes Patrick Stoll

Master of Science Johannes Patrick Stoll will Friday September 18th at 12:15 PM publically defend his thesis for the PhD degree in Science.

 Title of the thesis:

"On polar lows and their formation"

Popular scientific abstract:


The thesis is published in Munin and is available at: https://hdl.handle.net/10037/19183


  • Professor Rune Graversen, Department of Physics and Technology, UiT (main supervisor)
  • Forecaster Gunnar Noer, Norwegian Meteorological Institute

Evaluation committee:

  • Dr. Thomas Bracegirdle, British Antarctic Survey, United Kingdom (first opponent)
  • Professor Eigil Kaas, Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen, Denmark (second opponent)
  • Post doc. Hege-Beate Fredriksen, Department of Physics and Technology, UiT (internal member and leader of the commitee)

Reserve member : Professor Odd Erik Garcia, Department of Physics and Technology, UiT.

Both opponents will participate remotely to the defence.

Leader of the public defense:
The leader of the public defense is Professor Anders Andersen, head of the Department of Computer Science.

Opposition ex auditorio:
If you have any questions for the candidate during the public defence, please send an e-mail to the leader of the public defence. They will announce the questions during the defence.


Trial lecture:

The trial lecture is held Friday September 18th at 10:15 AM in the same auditorium.

Title of the trial lecture: «The role of extra-tropical cyclones in the general circulation of the atmosphere»



The defense and trial lecture will be streamed via Mediasite:



UiT follows the national guidelines regarding infection control. A maximum of 20 people are allowed in the auditorium during the defence, as long as everybody keeps a distance of 1 meter at all times.

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Når: 18. september 2020 kl. 12.15–15.00
Hvor: Teknologibygget, Auditorium 1.022
Studiested: Tromsø
Målgruppe: ansatte, studenter, gjester / eksterne, inviterte
Kontakt: Marie-J. H. Halsør