The universe contains a huge number of exciting objects, but to me
our closest star, the Sun, is the jewel of the heavens. I started to study the Sun in the mid 90's, and I
finished my master thesis on solar physics in November 1997. Apart from a few
months of software programming at Agresso Group ASA, I've been working
at the Institute of theoretical astrophysics at the
University of Oslo ever since I got my cand. scient.
degree. Currently I work for the Hinode Science Data Centre at ITA as a science data specialist. I haven't had time to work on my Ph.D. thesis for the last three years or so, but I used to analyse data from the SOHO spacecraft, and mostly
observations obtained by the CDS and
What I have been studying:
Please se my CV for
publication list (click here for a detailed
CV including titles of all talks, posters, conference proceedings
etc). Most of the papers I have (co-)authored can be
found at ADS.
If you are here to download figures, images, movies, programs etc., you might find what you
are looking for at http://www.uio.no/~tfredvik/astro/.
Images on top of page: Courtesy of SOHO/EIT consortium. SOHO is a project of international
cooperation between ESA and NASA.