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Morten Pejrup

20.04.2017

CV Morten Pejrup
Professor in Geography and Vice Dean for Research
University of Copenhagen Faculty of SCIENCE
Mobil: +45 40419146 E-mail: Profor@science.ku.dk

Education
• PhD 1982
• Cand. Scient in Geography 1979
• Bachelor in Geography and Geology 1975
Positions
• 2012 - : Vice Dean for Research, Faculty of Science, Unv. Copenhagen
• 2009 - 2012: Professor Department of Geography and Geology, Unv Cop
• 2002 - 2009 : Professor MSO Department of Geography and Geol Unv. Cop
• 1993 - 2002: Associate professor Inst. of Geography UC
• 1992 - 1993: Research leader. Danish Hydraulic Institute
• 1990 - 1992: Associate professor Inst. of Geography UC
• 1986 1989 : Assistant professor Inst. of Geography UC
• 1982 1986 : Post. doc. Institute of Geography UC
• 1979 1982 : Ph.D.-student Institute of Geography UC
Professional activities

• 2012- 2013 Chairman of Earth System Science (Unv. Cop.) board
• 2012-Member of DHI´s Dialog Forum for Coastal areas
• 2009-Member of Klimakoordinationsudvalget, KU,DTU, AU,DMI,GEUS
• 2009-Member of Sustainability Science Centre (KU) board
• 2008-2010 Member of Nordic Top Level Research Scientific Committe
• 2007-2010 Member of the Steering Com. for Nordic Research, NORDFORSK
• 2004-2010 Member of DANCORE board. Integrated Coastal Zone Management
• 2004-2005 European Consortium for Ocean Drilling (ECORD)
• 2003-2004 Chairman for the Research Councils International Board
• 2003- 2004 ESF committee for Innovative Marine Modelling
• 2003-2008 Scientific. Steering Group of Nordic Centres of Excellence
• 2001-200 Nordic Data GRID committee
• 1998-2005 Member of the Danish Natural Science Research Council
• 2001-2005 Vice-chairman for the Danish Natural Science Research Council
• 1999-2003 Chairman of the ESA committee. Danish Ministry of Research
Research activities
Recent sedimentology with emphasis on tidal hydraulics and horizontal and vertical sediment fluxes in estuarine and marine environments. The impact of a rising sea level on the development of estuaries and the stability of coastal lagoons and coastal wetlands and their morphological response. Modelling of the interaction between physical and biological processes and their control of morphological and sedimentological stability of estuarine systems. Reconstruction of Holocene coastal landscapes.
WOS: 66 pub. H-index 23 Citations 1322. Google Scholar: 200 pub. H-index 30 Citations 2449

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