My name is Gos Sarji, and you can call me Gos. Now, I am staying in Perancak-Bali, about 3 hours westward from Denpasar, close to Gilimanuk.
Since September 1996, I work as a researcher in the Centre of Environmental Technology, Agency for the Assessment and Application of Technology (BPPT), Jakarta. My major is physical oceanography. First time work at BPPT, I involved in the SEAWATCH Indonesia Project, a cooperation project between Indonesia and Norway. I work in this project until 2000 and then took a master program in Department of Geophysics and Meteorology, Institute of Technology Bandung until 2002. My thesis is about El-Nino, Dipole Mode, and Monsoon interaction in Indonesia region. In 2003, I went to Hamburg, Germany to take my PhD in Institute of Oceanography, Hamburg University until July 2007 and back to work again in BPPT and involve in BPPT’s global warming project and trying to develop a biogeochemical model for Indonesian waters. My PhD research is modelling over- and compound tides of the Irish and Celtic Seas using variational data assimilation methods. Since April 2010, I move to Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries and work at Institute of Marine Research and Observation (IMRO) in Perancak, Bali. You can see my more complete profile here.