People

DTU Aqua

André VisserAndré William Visser
Professor
Section for Ocean Ecology and Climate, DTU Aqua, Denmark
Research interests: Ocean physics both at large scale (shelf sea oceanography, climate) and small scale (bio physical interactions of individual organisms).
Email: awv@aqua.dtu.dk
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Andrew Hirst

Andrew Hirst
Adjunct Professor
Research Interests: The ecology and physiology of zooplankton, and their role in the global ocean. Using marine taxa to test, and establish, fundamental biological rules and principles. Methodologies span: Experimentation, field work, conceptualisation and meta-analysis.
Email: a.g.hirst@qmul.ac.uk
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Brian MacKenzieBrian R. MacKenzie
Professor
Section for Ocean Ecology and Climate, DTU Aqua, Denmark
Research interests: Fish population ecology and dynamics, climate change effects on marine populations and ecosystems, physical-biological interactions in the sea and marine macroecology.
Email: brm@aqua.dtu.dk
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Anna Tornroos

Anna Törnroos
Post doc (visiting 2014-2015)
BONUS-project BIO-C3, Environmental and Marine Biology, Åbo Akademi University, Finland
Research Interests: Community ecology, functional aspects of biodiversity, trait-based approach, functional diversity changes in time.
Email: annto@aqua.dtu.dk
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Brian MacKenzieBrian R. MacKenzie
Professor
Section for Ocean Ecology and Climate, DTU Aqua, Denmark
Research interests: Fish population ecology and dynamics, climate change effects on marine populations and ecosystems, physical-biological interactions in the sea and marine macroecology.
Email: brm@aqua.dtu.dk
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Colin StedmonColin A. Stedmon
Associate Professor
Section for Ocean Ecology and Climate, DTU Aqua, Denmark
Research interests: Biogeochemistry of organic matter; nutrient loading and biogeochemistry, aquatic optics and photo-chemistry; absorption and fluorescence spectroscopy in analytical chemistry applications; multivariate and statistical modeling.
Email: cost@aqua.dtu.dk
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Hans van Someren Gréve
Hans V SGPhD student
Section for Ocean Ecology and Climate, DTU Aqua, Denmark
Research interests: Zooplankton ecology. Gender differences in trade-offs related to feeding behavior.
Email: hvsg@aqua.dtu.dk

Henrik Gislason
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Section for Population Ecology and Genetics, DTU Aqua, Denmark
Research interests: Fisheries science, Size composition and diversity of marine fish communities, life history theory of marine fishes, mathematical modeling of fish population dynamics.
Email: hg@aqua.dtu.dk
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Jan HeucheleJan Heuschele
Post Doc
DTU Aqua, Denmark
Research interests: Chemical communication in zooplankton.
Email: jheu@aqua.dtu.dk
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Julie SainmontJulie Sainmont
PhD student
Section for Ocean Ecology and Climate, DTU Aqua, Denmark
Research Interests: Zooplankton behaviors, reproduction strategies, modelling
Email: jusa@aqua.dtu.dk 

Karin OlssonKarin Olsson
PhD student
DTU Aqua, Denmark
Research interests: Behavioural ecology, reproductive behaviour, life history theory
Email: karol@aqua.dtu.dk

Keith BranderKeith Brander
Senior Research Scientist
DTU Aqua, Denmark
Research interests: Climate impacts on marine ecosystems and fisheries, Development of ecosystem-based management, Metrics and indicators for marine ecosystems and climate impacts, Changes in marine biodiversity and distribution, Application of global climate models to regional marine productivity and fisheries.
Email: kbr@aqua.dtu.dk 

Ken Haste AndersenKen Haste Andersen
Deputy Center leader, Professor of Fisheries Ecology
Section for Population Ecology and Genetics, DTU Aqua, Denmark
Research interests: Fisheries Science, theoretical evolutionary ecology.
Email: kha@aqua.dtu.dk
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Kirsten ThomsenKirsten Thomsen
Project Manager, Head of Research Secretariat
DTU Aqua, Denmark
Email: kth@aqua.dtu.dk

lasse tor nielsen-red.jpgLasse Tor Nielsen
Post Doc
DTU Aqua, Denmark
Research interests: Zooplankton ecology. Feeding mechanisms, prey capture and swimming. Quantification of associated trade-offs
Email: ltor@aqua.dtu.dk 

Laurene PecuchetLaurene Pecuchet
PhD student
DTU Aqua, Denmark
Research interests: Fish population dynamic, environmental impact on fish community, trait-based approach, fish community ecology, fisheries science, life history traits.
Email: laupe@aqua.dtu.dk

Lilian AndersenLilian Andersen
Secretary
Section for Administration and Service, DTU Aqua, Denmark
Email: la@aqua.dtu.dk

/~/media/Sites/OceanLife/people/lise_marty.ashxLise Marty
Post Doc
DTU Aqua, Denmark
Research interests: Trait-based approach, fish community ecology, evolutionary ecology, fisheries science, fisheries-induced evolution, life history theory.
Email: lisma@aqua.dtu.dk

Mark_PayneMark R. Payne
Senior Researcher
Section for Ocean Ecology and Climate, DTU Aqua, Denmark
Research interests: Mechanistic linkages between physical and biological processes in the ocean. Use of circulation models in marine research. Plankton phenology. Recruitment to fish stocks. Individual-based modeling. Inverse modeling.
Email:mpa@aqua.dtu.dk
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mlindegren

Martin Lindegren
Research Scientist
DTU Aqua, Denmark
Research interests: population and food-web ecology, effects of climate change and fishing on marine ecosystem dynamic (involving regime shifts), functional aspects of marine biodiversity and its impact on ecosystem functioning and stability
Email: mli@aqua.dtu.dk

Mie Hylstofte Sichlau

Mie Hylstofte Sichlau
PhD student
DTU Aqua, Denmark
Research interests: Sexual selection in zooplankton
Email: mhsi@aqua.dtu.dk

nis sand jacobsen.jpgNis Sand Jacobsen
PhD student
DTU Aqua, Denmark
Research interests: Fisheries, trait-based modeling, assessment biology, ecosystem based management
Email: nsja@aqua.dtu.dk

Ole Henrik HaslundOle Henrik Haslund
Research coordinator
DTU Aqua, Denmark
Email: ohha@aqua.dtu.dk
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Patrizio MarianiPatrizio Mariani
Research Scientist
Section for Ocean Ecology and Climate, DTU Aqua, Denmark
Research interests: Ecological modeling. Behavioral and life history traits in marine organisms. Theoretical and numerical physical-biological models of food web and plankton communities. Individual based modelling.
Email: pat@aqua.dtu.dk
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Philipp BrunPhilipp Brun
PhD student
Section for Ocean Ecology and Climate, DTU Aqua, Denmark
Research interests: Biogeography of plankton and traits, species distribution modeling, statistical modeling
Email: pgbr@aqua.dtu.dk 

Rodrigo Almeda Rodrigo Almeda
Postdoc
Section for Ocean Life
Research interests: Zooplankton ecology and physiology; marine planktonic food webs; larval ecology and life cycles; toxic phytoplankton-zooplankton interactions; environmental pollution; crude oil-zooplankton interactions; traits and trade-offs in zooplankton behavior
Email: roal@aqua.dtu.dk

Rodrigo GoncalvesRodrigo J. Gonçalves
Visiting Scientist
Section for Ocean Ecology and Climate
Research interests: Zooplankton ecology, with emphasis in the effects of UVR on movement (locomotion, feeding, etc.)
Email: rgon@aqua.dtu.dk 

Sanne KjellerupSanne Kjellerup
PhD student
DTU Aqua, Denmark
Research interests: Ecology of Arctic zooplankton.
Email: skh@aqua.dtu.dk

starrlight augustine-red.jpgStarrlight Augustine
Post Doc
DTU Aqua, Denmark
Research interests: Dynamic Energy Budget models; Metabolism; Stress biology; Ecotoxicology; Developmental energetics; Parametrization; Theoretical biology; Translation rules for including properties of individuals into population/ecosystem models.
Email: staug@aqua.dtu.dk

Thomas KiørboeThomas Kiørboe
Center leader, Professor of Ocean Ecology,  DTU Aqua, Denmark
Research interests: Functional ecology of plankton; small-scale biological-physical interaction in the plankton; biological oceanography, zooplankton ecology, microbial ecology.
Email: tk@aqua.dtu.dk
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Uffe Høgsbro ThygesenUffe Høgsbro Thygesen
Associate professor
Section for Marine Ecology, DTU Aqua, Denmark
Research interests: Stochastic modeling in marine ecology, focusing on individual-level processes and scaling to ecosystem level: Diffusion models of motion, inferring movements and behavior from electronic data storage tags.
Email: uht@aqua.dtu.dk

DTU Mathematics

Christian MarschlerChristian Marschler
PhD student
DTU Mathematics, Denmark
Research interests: Equation-free methods.
Email: c.marschler@mat.dtu.dk

Jens StarkeJens Starke
Associate Professor
DTU Mathematics, Denmark
Research interests: Mathematical modeling (deterministic and stochastic, discrete and continuous), dynamical systems, multi-scale systems, pattern formation, bifurcation analysis, numerical methods. Numerous applications in biology, chemistry, physics, robotics, mechanical engineering.
Email: j.starke@mat.dtu.dk
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Michael ElmegaardMichael Elmegaard
PhD student
DTU Mathematics, Denmark
Research interests: Dimension reduction.
Email: m.elmegaard@mat.dtu.dk

irene heilmann.jpgIrene Heilmann
PhD student
DTU Mathematics, Denmark
Research interests: Macroscopic modelling of complex dynamical systems.
Email: i.heilmann@mat.dtu.dk

DTU Physics

Anders AndersenAnders Andersen
Associate Professor, PhD,
Department of Physics, DTU, Denmark
Research interests: Physicist. Interested in fluid dynamics, including biological fluid dynamics of marine plankton and swimming fish.
Email: aanders@fysik.dtu.dk
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Navish WadhwaNavish Wadhwa
PhD student
Department of Physics, DTU, Denmark
Research interests: Zooplankton biology and fluid dynamics.
Email: nawa@fysik.dtu.dk
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Tomas BohrTomas Bohr
Professor of Physics, head of section for biophysics and complex systems
DTU Physics, Denmark
Research interests: Fluid dynamics, dynamical and complex systems and statistical mechanics, both theoretically and experimentally.
Email: tbohr@fysik.dtu.dk
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Roskilde University 

Benni Winding HansenBenni Winding Hansen
Professor
Department of Environmental, Social and Spatial Change, Roskilde University, Denmark
Research interests: Experimental plankton physiology and ecology, zooplankton ecology, ecosystems ecology, food web ecology, meroplankton and holoplankton.
Email: bhansen@ruc.dk
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/~/media/Sites/OceanLife/people/mark_wejlemann_holm.ashxMark Wejlemann Holm
PhD student
Department of Environmental, Social and Spatial Change, Roskilde University, Denmark
Research interests: Ecology of zooplankton, ecosystem ecology, overwintering strategies of copepoda and biogeography
Email: mwholm@ruc.dk

University of Copenhagen

Lasse RiemannLasse Riemann
Associate Professor
Department of Biology, University of Copenhagen, Denmark  
Research interests: Microbial ecology and plankton ecology, with special emphasis on bacterial community composition, viral ecology and use of molecular tools in plankton ecology.
Email: lriemann@bio.ku.dk
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Per Juel HansenPer Juel Hansen
Associate Professor
Marine Biological Section, Institute of Biology, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Research interests: Ecology of marine planktonic protists. Special emphasis is currently on interactions among protists (grazing, allelopathy), nutrition (mixotrophy) and the role of ocean acidification for the structure and function of pelagic food webs.
Email: pjhansen@bio.ku.dk
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Sashia Jo TravingSachia Jo Traving
PhD student
Department of Biology, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Research interests: Microbial and viral ecology, with emphasis on coupling between the microbial community and the dissolved organic matter (DOM) pool.
Email: sjtraving@bio.ku.dk

Terje BergeTerje Berge
Post Doc
Marine Biological Section, Institute of Biology, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Research interests: Ecology of marine microbial eukaryotes, food web interactions and ecosystems.
Email: tberge@bio.ku.dk


 
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