Project funding (2017–2019). Development, implementation and evaluation of an in-person 3-day training course and an online training for Forschungs- und Technologietransfer-Verbund Leibniz-Nordost, Germany. Funded in full, as one work package in a larger proposal, by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF).

Project funding (2017-2018). Funding for a teaching innovation project for a Bachelor levels course in meteorology, “Introduction to meteorology: More than just facts”. PI S. Tegtmeier. Funded by PerLe through German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF).

Project funding (2017-2018). Funding for a teaching innovation project for a Bachelor level course in economics, “Research seminar in environmental economics: Protecting the environment! At any cost?”. PI K. Rehdanz. Funded by PerLe through German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF).

Project funding (2017–2018). Development of an Open Science blog format to support science communication in the aTANtion citizen science project. Funded in full by seed money of the Leibniz-Forschungsverband Science 2.0.

Invitation to experimental facilities (2017, August). Travel expenses of participants in the experiments for the project “Topographic barriers and warm ocean currents controlling Antarctic ice shelf melting” at Hydralab, PI E. Darelius. Funded by University of Grenoble.

Project funding (2017–2021). Work package on science outreach within the project “Topographic barriers and warm ocean currents controlling Antarctic ice shelf melting”. PI E. Darelius. Funded by FRINATEK of Norges Forskningsråd.

Best poster award (2016, July). At Sixth International Symposium of Engineering Education, Sheffield, UK.

Project funding (2015–2019). For project “Providing opportunities for individual practice and assessment in a large undergraduate mathematics course”. Tandem-Fellowship for innovative teaching in higher education, with Christian Seifert. Funded by Stifterverband für die Deutsche Wissenschaft.

Project funding (2015). Funding to develop an interdisciplinary e-book in the project “Teaching scales in the climate system”. PI J. Baehr. Funded by CliSAP Ideas Competition.

Project funding (2015). Funding for a teaching innovation project for a Master’s course in physical oceanography, “Experimentally understanding El Nino”. PI J. Lübbecke. Funded by PerLe through German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF).

Project funding (2014–2018). Work package within the project “Ventilation age and remineralisation rates in polar and sub-polar regions as an indicator for climate change”, PI E. Jeansson. Funded by Norsk Forskningsråd.

Hosting a visiting scientist (2013, November). Hosting E. Behrens at Bjerknes Centre for Climate Research. Funded by the Bjerknes Visiting Fellow Programme.

Experimental materials for my laboratory course (2012, March). Funded by felleslegat for geophysisk forskning, University of Bergen.

Travel stipend (2010, October). Travel expenses and stipend to participate in the Physical Oceanography Dissertation Symposium VI, Hawaii, USA. Funded by National Science Foundation (NSF) and Office of Naval Research (ONR). (link to PODS Symposium)

Travel stipend (2009, January). Travel expenses and stipend to attend the Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography Aquatic Sciences Meeting, Nice, France.

Study abroad (2005–2006). 1.5 year stay in Southampton. Funded by German National Academic Foundation. 

English language course (2004). Four-week English language course in Broadstairs, UK. Funded by German National Academic Foundation.

Scholarship (2003–2006). Scholarship for university studies. Funded by German National Academic Foundation.