The Department of Meteorology at Stockholm University (MISU) conducts research and education in an international environment. The department employs just over 70 individuals. A new Delegation of authority for MISU was approved on March 10, 2021.
The MISU department board handles a variety of important issues related to education and research at the department, such as course curriculum, teaching arrangements, admission of graduate students, budgets and requests from the students.
The board consists of seven members and a permanent secretary. The members are normally elected for three years with the exception of student representatives who have a term of one year. Student representatives are appointed by the Student Union (graduate student representative on a proposal from the PhD Council at the department). Study director for undergraduate and advanced level and study director for PhD level studies are entitled to attend when issues they are responsible for are being addressed.
The Board is composed as follows for 2021-2023:
Rodrigo Caballero, Head of Department
Johan Nilsson, Deputy Head of Department
Sara Engström, Head of Administration
Valkorp 1 (teachers)
Alternates, to be summoned in this order: Jörg Gumbel, Inga Koszalka, Jonas Nycander
Valkorp 2 (TA personnel)
Alternates, to be summoned in this order: Anna Lewinschal, Albert de Haan
Valkorp 3 (students)
Astrid Björndal (undergraduate)
Alternates, to be summoned in this order: Björn Linder, Karolina Siegel, vacant (undergraduate)
For employees: Board minutes can be found on the X-drive.
The Prefektråd was created after suggestions from the MISU internal change work (decision made by the Head of the department on 2011-04-27). The prefektråd is part of the new leadership structure, that should transparent and make it possible for everyone at MISU to feel included in the department work.
Members of the Prefektråd
Rodrigo Caballero (Head of Department)
Johan Nilsson (Deputy Head of Department)
Sara Engström (Head of Administration)
Jonas Nycander (Director of Studies, undergraduate level)
Thorsten Mauritsen (Director of Studies, PhD level)
The faculty council has been established after a suggestion that was put forward in connection to the work within the improvement project at MISU (prefektbeslut 2011-04-27). The council consists of all permanently employed teachers at MISU. It is part of the proposed new governance structure for MISU which should be transparent and inclusive for everyone at the department. More information here.
Technical and Administrative functions
Administrative and financial questions
Sara Engström, Head of Administration
Marianne Lagerklint, HR Officer, Communicator
Agneta Malmberg, Administrator, IMI administration
Henriette Valsö, Administrator, IMI administration
Albert de Haan, Economist
Susanne Ericsson, Financial administrator
Student administrative questions
Ingrid Eronn, Study and career counsellor and administrator
IT, workshop and laboratory questions
Sergej Karetnikov, Data and system technician
Joachim Dillner, Research engineer
Emmy Nilsson, Research engineer
Anna Lewinschal, Scientific programmer
Below is a list of people responsible for issues related to your work environment at MISU.
Responsible for the work environment
Contacts for CM- and AP-lab:
Emmy Nilsson (CM-lab)
Jonas Hedin (AP-lab)
Jonas Hedin, MISU
Emmy Nilsson, alternate for MISU when Jonas is absent
Ezra Eisbrenner, PhD students
Fire protection coordinator
Fire protection inspector
Albert de Haan
Coordinator flammable goods
Sergej Karetnikov (IT technician)
Albert de Haan
Jonathan Wiskandt, chair
Karolina Siegel, vice chair
Jonathan Wiskandt, representative Naturvetenskapliga Forskningsrådet (NFR)
Below is a list of all MISU working groups, including their objectives and members.
The Work Environment, Equality and Environment (WEEE) Council
Objective: The WEEE Council is responsible for the systematic work environment management at MISU and also a forum for management, staff and students alike to put forward and discuss issues related to work environment, equal treatment, equal opportunities and environment. The council aims at ensuring a good work environment, equal treatment, equal opportunities and sustainability in the department and its operations. The council does not have any decision making mandate, decisions made within the above areas are made by the management.
Sara Engström - Chairman, Responsible for Staff Work Environment
Johan Nilsson - Deputy chairman
Jonas Hedin - Work Environment Representative
Frida Bender - Equality Representative
Björn Linder - Environment Representative
Ingrid Eronn - Responsible for Undergraduate Students’ Work Environment
Ezra Eisbrenner - Representative for PhD Students
Astrid Björndal - Representative for Undergraduate Students. Partaking when issues concerning undergraduate students are discussed.
Graduate Education group
Objective: Discussions about issues of importance for the PhD education, e.g. study plans, courses and couse plans, supervison, seminars and committee work.
The group meets when needed.
Thorsten Mauritsen (Director of studies, PhD programme), convener
Abdel Hannachi (teacher/researcher)
Alejandro Baró Pérez (PhD student)
Kathrin Finke (PhD student)
Undergraduate Education Council
Objective: Overall and stategic issues related to the undergraduate education at MISU. Ensure the quality of education and its further development. Exchange platform between the Directors of studies, Study counselor, teachers and students. A council for the Master's programme in Atmospheric Sciences, Oceanography and Climate Physics at MISU.
The group meets twice per semester.
Jonas Nycander (Director of study, undergraduate programmes) - convener
Ingrid Eronn (Study counsellor, undergraduate programmes)
Jörg Gumbel (adjunct teacher)
Onni Mikola (student Master programme year 2)
vacant (student Master programme year 1)
Christine Hägne (student Bachelor programme year 3)
Erik Brandt (student Bachelor programme year 3)
Amanda Bengtsson (student Bachelor programme year 2)
Objective: Discuss and bring forward suggestions on how to improve seminar activities at MISU.
Frida Bender (teacher/researcher) - convener
Marianne Lagerklint (Main editor for the website)
Léon Chafik (teacher/researcher)
Martin Renoult (PhD student)
Alejandro Uribe Cortes (PhD student)
Objective: Organise social activities for MISU employees.
Aleksa Stankovic (PhD student)
Michail Karalis (PhD student)
Former Centralverkstaden has moved
Centralverkstaden has been re-organised and is now in two locations:
Workshop at IGV
Svante Arrhenius väg 6A
Contact: Draupnir Einarsson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Workshop at AlbaNova
Hannes Alfvéns väg 13
Contact: Patrik Löfgren (email@example.com)
Read more here about Mechanical workshop services at the Faculty of Science.
Last updated: April 26, 2023