International advisory board

IFM-GEOMAR

Markus Pahlow
Dr. Rer. Nat., IFM-GEOMAR, Kiel, Germany
Research interests: Biological models. Interested in optimality based plankton ecology.
Email: mpahlow@ifm-geomar.de 
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Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Michael FollowsMichael Follows
Senior Research Scientist, Department of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
Research interests: Ocean modeling. Trying to understand the relationship of marine microbial communities and the global scale cycling of elements in the ocean using idealized theory and numerical models.
Email: mick@mit.edu
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Michigan State University

Christopher Klausmeier Christopher Klausmeier
Professor, Michigan State University, USA
Research interests: Theoretical ecologist, uses mathematical models to understand aquatic systems from physiology to communities and ecosystems.
Email: klausme1@msu.edu
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Elena LichtmanElena Litchman
Professor, Michigan State University, USA
Research interests: Phytoplankton ecologist. Uses experiments, models and large scale data analyses to understand how the interplay between biotic and abiotic factors structures phytoplankton communities and how these communities may re-organize in the future.
Email: litchman@msu.edu
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University of Bergen

Øyvind FiksenØyvind Fiksen
Professor, PhD, University of Bergen, Norway
Research interests: Theoretical ecologist. Developing mechanistic and evolutionary models to understand trade-offs in behaviour and life-history strategies of fish, plankton and microbes.
Email: oyvind.fiksen@bio.uib.no
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University of Cambridge

Tim J. PedleyTim J. Pedley
Professor, Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, University of Cambridge, UK
Research interests: Biological Fluid Dynamics, especially micro-organism swimming, collective behaviour of micro-organisms, fish swimming, influence of mechanics in ocean ecology.
Email: T.J.Pedley@damtp.cam.ac.uk
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Plymouth Marine Laboratory

Jorn BruggemanJorn Bruggeman
Senior Research Scientist, Plymouth Marine Laboratory, UK
Research interests: Ecological models. Interested in quantitative descriptions of the adaptation of natural plankton communities, and its regulation by functional trade-offs, species diversity and environmental variability.
Email: jbr@pml.ac.uk
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17 NOVEMBER 2017