Short CV: Tiina Nygård (née Kilpeläinen)


Docent, Meteorology, University of Helsinki, Finland (2020)
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
Head of Polar Meteorology and Climatology group, Finnish Meteorological Institute (2020-2021)
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)