Short CV: Tiina Nygård (née Kilpeläinen)


Doctoral Degree, Meteorology, University of Bergen, Norway (2011)
Master of Science, Meteorology, University of Helsinki, Finland (2006)


Current Position
Research Scientist, Finnish Meteorological Institute (2011 ->)

Previous Positions
Post-doctoral researcher, University of Helsinki (part time, 2011-2012)
Research Fellow/PhD candidate, The University Centre in Svalbard, Norway (2007-2011)
Research assistant, Finnish Meteorological Institute (part time, 2006-2007)
Meteorologist on duty, Finnish Meteorological Institute (part time, 2005-2007)
Assistant meteorologist, Finnish Meteorological Institute (part time, 2003-2004)

Participation to Projects

Main projects
TOwards Decreased uncertainty on Arctic clouds (TODAy): personal PostDoc -project funded by the Academy of Finland (2018-2020)

Other projects
Integrated Arctic Observing System (INTAROS), EU Horizon 2020 (2017-2021)
Antarctic Meteorology and Snow Research: from Process Understanding to Improved Predictions (ASPIRE), Academy of Finland (2016-2018)
Antarctic Meteorology and its Interaction with the Cryosphere and the Ocean (AMICO), Academy of Finland (2013-2016)
Changing Arctic Climate System: Interactions of stratosphere, troposphere, and sea ice (CACSI), Academy of Finland (2012-2016)