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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 mitigation of temporal aliasing for future gravity mission concepts with quantum technologies.

Geodesy Division Year In Review 2022

Geodesy Division Year In Review 2022

Hi EGU Community! With the first blog post of 2023, we want to look back at what happened in the G Division during the last year and give an outlook on what you can expect for the new year! Looking back on 2022 G Division at the General Assembly  After two years of online-only general assemblies (GAs), in 2022 the GA switched to a hybrid format with an in-person part in Vienna and online participa ...[Read More]

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]