People

DTU Aqua

 

André VisserAndré William Visser
Professor
Section for Oceans and Arctic, 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: aghirst@liverpool.ac.uk
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Aurore MaureaudAurore Maureaud
PhD student
Centre for Ocean Life, DTU Aqua, Denmark
Research interests: marine ecosystem functioning, fishing and climate change impacts on ecosystems, trophic-based approach, global marine community changes, biodiversity-ecosystem functioning relationship
Email: auma@aqua.dtu.dk

Brian MacKenzie

Brian R. MacKenzie
Professor
Section for Oceans and Arctic, 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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Camila Serra Pompei

Camila Serra Pompei
PhD student
Centre for Ocean Life, DTU Aqua, Denmark
Research interests: Plankton ecology, biogeochemical cycles, food-webs, global warming, ecological modelling.
Email: mcsp@aqua.dtu.dk

Christoph Noever
Post doc (visiting 2019-2021)
University of Bergen, Norway, and Centre for Ocean Life, DTU Aqua, Denmark
Research interests: ecology and evolution of marine invertebrates, marine parasitology, larval biology of barnacles
Email: cnno@aqua.dtu.dk

Colin Stedmon

Colin A. Stedmon
Associate Professor
Section for Oceans and Arctic, 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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Daniel van DenderenDaniël van Denderen
Post Doc
Centre for Ocean Life, DTU Aqua, Denmark
Research interests:: fisheries, fisheries ecology, food-webs, benthic-pelagic coupling, bottom trawling.
Email: pdvd@aqua.dtu.dk

Emily RileyEmily Riley
Post Doc
Centre for Ocean Life, DTU Aqua, Denmark
Research interests: marine zooplankton, feeding mechanisms, microscale flows, individual trait tradeoffs, acoustic tethering, micro-PIV, chemosensing/mechanosensing, defense mechanisms.
Email: emri@aqua.dtu.dk

Esther BeukhofEsther Beukhof
PhD student
MARmaED Marie Skłodowska-Curie International Training Network
Research interests: functional traits of fish, spatial modelling of traits, functional biogeography, fish community ecology, ecosystem functioning, climate change and fishing effects
Email: estb@aqua.dtu.dk

Fredrik Ryderheim
PhD student
Centre for Ocean Life, DTU Aqua, Denmark
Research interests: plankton ecology; plankton food-web interactions; toxic dinoflagellates
Email: ffry@aqua.dtu.dk

Henrik Gislason
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Section for Ecosystem based Marine Management, 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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Jérôme PintiJérôme Pinti
PhD student
Centre for Ocean Life, DTU Aqua, Denmark
Research interests: Trait-based approach and mechanistic modelling, behavioral ecology (especially movement ecology), biological pump
Email: jppi@aqua.dtu.dk

Johanna SjöstedtJohanna Sjöstedt
Post Doc (visiting 2016-2019)
Lund University, Sweden and Centre for Ocean Life, DTU Aqua, Denmark
Research interests: Microbial ecology, taxonomic and functional diversity of bacteria, utilization of dissolved organic matter (DOM) by bacteria.
Email: josj@aqua.dtu.dk

Josephine Bøgeskov Grønning
PhD student
Centre for Ocean Life, DTU Aqua, Denmark
Research interests: Experimental plankton ecology, diatom defense mechanisms, cost and benefits of defense mechanisms, trade-offs, silica shell thickness, chain formation, high speed video microscopy
Email: jbgr@aqua.dtu.dk

Keith BranderKeith Brander
Emeritus
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
Centre for Ocean Life, DTU Aqua, Denmark
Research interests: Fisheries Science, theoretical evolutionary ecology.
Email: kha@aqua.dtu.dk
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Lasse Tor NielsenLasse tor nielsen-red.jpg
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

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

Louise Flensborg
Phd Student
DTU Aqua, Denmark
Research interests: Marine macroecology and biodiversity in the Arctic. Working with a functional trait based approach on species resilience and vulnerability
Email: loufl@aqua.dtu.dk

Mark_PayneMark R. Payne
Senior Researcher
Centre for Ocean Life, 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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Martin Lindegren
Senior Researcher
Centre for Ocean Life, 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

Mathilde Cadier
Post Doc
Centre for Ocean Life, DTU Aqua, Denmark
Ecological trait-based models, size-structured models, functional diversity, plankton traits,dynamics and trade-offs, physical-biogeochemical coupling and 3D ecosystem modelling.
Email: mcad@aqua.dtu.dk

Mridul K. Thomas
Post Doc
Centre for Ocean Life, DTU Aqua, Denmark
Trait-based phytoplankton ecology, ecological effects of interactions between environmental factors, evaluating ecological theory with data, resource competition.
Email: mrit@aqua.dtu.dk

Neil Maginnis
PhD student
Centre for Ocean Life, DTU Aqua, Denmark
Research Interests: biodiversity and ecosystem functioning relationships, biogeography, dispersal and coral reef ecosystems.
Email: nmag@aqua.dtu.dk

Patrizio MarianiPatrizio Mariani
Research Scientist
Centre for Ocean Life, 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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Rémy Denechere
PhD student
Centre for Ocean Life, DTU Aqua, Denmark
Research interests: Trait-based approach and mechanistic modelling, fish ecology, benthic-pelagic coupling, food-webs, evolution.
Email: rden@aqua.dtu.dk

Rob van GemertRob van Gemert
PhD student
Centre for Ocean Life, DTU Aqua, Denmark
MARmaED Marie Skłodowska-Curie International Training Network
Research Interests: Fisheries science, trait-based modelling, density-dependent regulation.
Email: rvge@aqua.dtu.dk

Sei Suzuki
PhD student
Centre for Ocean Life, DTU Aqua, Denmark
Research interests: Plankton Ecology. Microbial feeding mechanisms and predator-prey encounters.
Email: ssuz@aqua.dtu.dk

SubhenduSubhendu Chakraborty
Post Doc
Centre for Ocean Life, DTU Aqua, Denmark
Research interests: Ecological modeling, trait-based modeling, marine plankton dynamics and biodiversity, spatial dynamics, disease dynamics.
Email: subc@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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Tommy Norin
Post Doc
Centre for Ocean Life and Section for Marine Living Resources, DTU Aqua, Denmark
Research interests: fish physiology and behaviour; individual trait variation; responses to environmental changes in temperature, oxygen availability (hypoxia), and salinity; phenotypic plasticity.
Email: tnor@aqua.dtu.dk
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DTU Compute

Uffe Høgsbro ThygesenUffe Høgsbro Thygesen
Associate professor
DTU Compute, 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: uhth@dtu.dk

Mads Peter SørensenMads Peter Sørensen
Professor
DTU Compute, Denmark
Research interests:
Email: mpso@dtu.dk
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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

Mads Rode
PhD student
Department of Physics, DTU, Denmark
Research interests: Fluid dynamics and acoustic microfluidics
Email: madsrod@fysik.dtu.dk

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

 

University of Copenhagen

Lasse RiemannLasse Riemann
Professor and Section Head
Marine Biological Section, 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
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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16 OCTOBER 2019