Awards to PhD Students
Current PhD Students
Awards to Undergraduate Students (BSc & MSc)
Completed PhD Students
Harri Geiger UU, expected submission 2018
Main Supervisor: F.M. Deegan
Understanding magma plumbing systems: from their roots to processes in the upper crust.
Herlan Darmawan GFZ Potsdam, Germany, expected submission 2018
Main Supervisor: T.R. Walter
Dome instability at Merapi volcano, Central Java, Indonesia.
Sylvia Berg Nordvulk & UU, 2016
Origin of rhyolitic magmas in NE-Iceland.
Börje Dahren UU, 2016
Magma plumbing in the North Atlantic Igneous Province and Indonesia.
David Budd UU, 2016
Geochmical evolution of large explosive caldera systems.
Magnus Andersson UU, 2015,
Main Supervisor: Dr. Alireza Mahlemir
3D Structure and Emplacement of the Alnö Alkaline and Carbonatite Complex, Sweden.
Ester Muñoz Jolis UU, 2013
Magma-crust interaction and crustal volatile recycling at subduction zone volcanoes.
Lara Blythe UU & TCD, 2012
Remobilisation of crustal volatiles by volcanic activitys.
Frances Deegan UU & TCD, 2010
Magma-crust interaction: geochemistry and experimental petrology.
Lucie Mathieu TCD, 2010
The impact of strike-slip movements on volcano structures.
Paul Byrne TCD, 2010
Origin of giant volcano terraces on Mars.
Sebastian Wiesmaier TCD, 2010
Microanalytical approaches to petrogenisis at Teide volcano, Tenerife.
Eleanor Donoghue TCD, 2010
Hydrothermal alteration in caldera settings of the Canary Islands.
Audray Delcamp TCD, 2010
Evolution of the North-East rift-zone on Tenerife, Canary Islands.
Graeme Nicoll TCD, 2009
Shallow-level differentiation and crustal influence in NW-Scotland.
Marc-Antoine Longpré TCD, 2009
Decompressional effects of surface unloading in the Canary Islands.
Fiona Meade TCD, 2009
Petrogenisis of high-silica magmas in the British Tertiary Igneous Province.
Jane Chadwick TCD, 2007
In-situ isotopes analysis of mineral components in recent Merapi lavas.
Eoghan Holohan TCD, 2007
Origin and evolution of caldera volcanoes.
Brian O'DriscollTCD, 2006
Mineral layering in gabbro intrusions from the British Tertiary Igneous Province.
Rebecca Gould TCD, 2005
Origin and significance of interbasaltic laterites in the Antrim basalt field, Ireland.
Krakatau - what's behind the myth?
Invited lecture, Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain, 2012. The lecture starts with an introduction by Dr. F.J. Pérez-Torrado.
Since 2003 Troll advised 18 PhD students as main supervisor and 1 PhD student as co-supervisor to completion.
Alexander Lewerentz: Fluid-induced alteration of metasedimentary rocks in the Scottish Highlands.
Stockholm University, Sweden, 2017.
William Michael Moreland: Explosive activity in flood lava eruptions: A case study of the 10th century Eldgjá eruption, Iceland.
University of Iceland, 2017.
Elin Tollefsen: Chemical controls on ikaite formation, Ikka Fjord, western Greenland.
Stockholm University, Sweden, 2017.
Zeinab Jeddi: Seismological investigation of Katla volcanic system (Iceland): 3D verlocity structure and overall seismitcity pattern.
Uppsala University, Sweden, 2016 (Reserve committee member).
Frederik E. Brandt: Mantle enrichment by volatiles beneath the Payenia backarc, Argentina.
University of Copenhagen, Denmark, 2016.
Quinten Har Adriaan van der Meer: The timing and sources of intraplate magmatism related to continental breakup in southern New Zealand.
University of Copenhagen, Denmark, 2015.
Simon Drake: Explosive volcanism in the British Palaeogene Igneous Province.
University of London, Birkbeck College, UK, 2014.
Charlotte Dyhr: Development of back-arc volcanism in Mendoza, Argentina.
University of Copenhagen, Denmark, 2013.
Gilles Charreteur: Silicic rocks at Thingmuli volcano, Iceland.
University of Aarhus, Denmark, 2012.
Sigurjon B. Thorarinsson: Silicic volcanism in N-Greenland.
University of Copenhagen, Denmark, 2010.
Helena Bergman: Post-deformational equilibration of crystaline matter; Ballachulish, Scotland.
PhD lic., Stockholm University, Sweden, 2010.
Karl Roa: Structural evolution of La Palma, Canary Islands.
Trinity College Dublin, Ireland, 2003.
External MSc Theses
Kristian Agasøster Haaga: Petrogenesis of Jan Mayen Ridge magmas in space and time.
University of Bergen, Norway, 2014.
Catherine Curtis: Low δ-oxygen magmas at Koegel Fontein ring complex, South Africa.
University of Cape Town, South Africa, 2009.
From 2004 to 2007: Member of MSc-PhD transfer committee for Earth Sciences at Trinity College Dublin, Ireland (evaluation of approx. 10 students/year).