Graduate students

Carolina Pagli, Ph.D. project on “Plate spreading and volcano processes in central Iceland from InSAR and GPS”, University of Iceland, started in fall 2002. (main supervisor)

Elske van Dalfsen, Ph.D. project on “The causes and significance of caldera unrest”, Volcano Dynamics Group, Open University, UK, started 2001. (co-supervisor)

Rikke Pedersen, Ph.D. thesis on “Crustal deformation associated with the June, 2000, earthquakes in South Iceland and repeated magmatic intrustions in the Eyjafjallajökull volcano, 1994 and 1999 – observed by satellite radar interferometry”, University of Iceland, 2004. (main supervisor)

Dominique Richard, M.Sc. project on “Dike Models of Tiltmeter Data From the 1984 Rifting Event at Krafla, Iceland”, University of Southern California, started 2002. (co-supervisor)

Ingrid Anell, M.Sc. project on “Subsidence in rift zones: Analysing results from repeated precision levelling of the Vogar profile on the Reykjanes Peninsula in Southwest Iceland”, University of Lund, started 2003. (co-supervisor)

Carolina Pagli, M.Sc. thesis on “Crustal deformation on the Reykjanes Peninsula, SW-Iceland, 1993-2000, measured by satellite radar interferometry”, University of Pisa, Italy, 2002 (main supervisor)

Sverrir Gudmundsson, M.Sc. thesis on “Remote sensing of surface movements by combined InSAR and GPS observations”, Technical University of Denmark, March 2000. (main supervisor)

Malou Blomstrand Stinessen, M.Sc. thesis on “1992-1998 Seismicity and deformation at Mt. Eyjafjallajökull volcano, South Iceland”, University of Lund, Sweden, 1999. (main supervisor)

Sigrún Hreinsdóttir, University of Iceland, M.Sc. thesis on “GPS geogetic measurements on the Reykjanes Peninsula, SW Iceland: Crustal deformation from 1993 to 1998, University of Iceland, 1999. (joint supervision with Páll Einarsson)

Sigurjon Jonsson, University of Iceland, M.Sc. thesis on “Crustal deformation across a divergent plate boundary, the Eastern Volcanic Rift Zone, South Iceland, 1967-1994, Using GPS and EDM, University of Iceland, 1996. (joint supervision with Páll Einarsson)

On Thesis committees:

Cécile Doubre, Ph.D. thesis on “Structure et mecanisme des segments de rift volcano-tectoniques, Universite du Maine, France, January 2004. (opponent)

Halldór Geirsson, M.Sc. thesis on “Continuous GPS-measurements in Iceland 1999-2002”, University of Iceland, 2003.

Amy Clifton, Ph.D. thesis on “Laboratory and field studies of oblique rifting”, Rutgers, State University of New Jersey, USA, March 2000.

Jerome Gasperi, Ph.D. thesis on “Etude de la deformation lithospherique active par interferometrie radar. Application a la region de Hengill, Islande”, University Paul Sabatier, Toulouse, France, 1999.