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Öykü Koç

Öykü is a PhD student at Politecnico di Milano (Italy). Her research focus is the static and time-variable gravity field recovery from satellite data and also local gravity field modelling. She is working on a gravity mission concept based on cold-atom interferometry under a project called MOCAST+.

Celebrating and Recognizing Our Postdocs: Beyond Postdoc Appreciation Week

Celebrating and Recognizing Our Postdocs: Beyond Postdoc Appreciation Week

With Postdoc Appreciation Week coming to a close, we wanted to know a little bit about postdocs in Geodesy and Geosciences! To see how their life-work balance situation and outlook on their professional future is, we put together a short survey. If you are unfamiliar with Postdoc Appreciation Week, here is a quick summary: Initially, it was an initiative by the National Postdoc Association in the ...[Read More]

Starting a PhD during a pandemic

Starting a PhD during a pandemic

  Have you ever wondered what it means to start a PhD during the pandemic? Below you can get more insights.   Hi! I’m Öykü, a PhD student at Politecnico di Milano in Italy. I’m originally from Turkey and did my MSc at Istanbul Technical University. My research focus is static and time-variable gravity field recovery from satellite data and local gravity field modelling. Currently, ...[Read More]