HOSST Doctoral Researcher

At Nola Seamount, Cape Verde in 1100m water depth

HOSST doctoral researchers are scientific employees in their specific research divisions of their supervisor:

6 in FB1 Ocean Circulation and Climate Dynamics

4 in FB2 Marine Biogeochemistry

2 in FB3 Marine Ecology

5 in FB4 Dynamics of the Ocean Floor

7 students are supervised by reseachers at the Christian-Albrechts Universität Kiel

 

Co-Supervision of TOSST PhD Candidates

1 by  FB1 Ocean Circulation and Climate Dynamics

5 by FB2 Marine Biogeochemistry

3 by FB3 Marine Ecology

7 by FB4 Dynamics of the Ocean Floor

7 students are co-supervised by reseachers at the Christian-Albrechts Universität 

 

HOSST Doctoral Researchers:

(for PhD-Students in the partnerprogram TOSST see the TOSST Website)

  

Start in 2016

Jacqueline Bertlich - PhD co-representative

PhD-Research Topic:

"The fate of the Laurentide Ice Sheet and its freshwater signature in the North Atlantic"

Supervisors:

Prof. Dirk Nürnberg, GEOMAR

Dr. Ed Hathorne, GEOMAR

Prof. Markus Kienast, Dalhousie University, Canada

 

Tatum Miko Herrero

PhD-Research Topic:

"The story of failures in the North Atlantic: slope instability at glacially-influenced continental margins"

Supervisors:

Prof. Colin Devey, GEOMAR

Prof. Mladen Nedimovic, Dalhousie University, Canada

 

Florian Lange

PhD-Research Topic:

"Physicochemical investigations of the sea surface nano layer with modern laser spectroscopic techniques"

Supervisors:

Prof. Gernot Friedrichs, CAU

Prof. Doug Wallace, Dalhousie University, Canada

 

Kriste Makarevičiūtė-Fichtner

PhD-Research Topic:

"The role of phytoplankton for the resilience of plankton food webs"

Supervisors:

Prof. Ulrich Sommer, GEOMAR

Prof. Heike Lotze, Dalhousie University, Canada

 

Kirsten Meulenbroek

PhD-Research Topic:

"Calibration and application of Ba isotopes in planktic forminifera as freshwater proxy in the North Atlantic"

Supervisors:

Prof. Martin Frank, GEOMAR

Prof. Markus Kienast, Dalhousie University, Canada

 

Lisa Samrock - PhD representative, currently in parent time

PhD-Research Topic:

"Evolution of the Cape Verde archipelago"

Supervisors:

PD. Dr. Thor Hansteen, GEOMAR

Prof. Dr. Christian Dullo, GEOMAR

Prof. Mladen Nedimovic, Dalhousie University, Canada

 

Falko Vehling

PhD-Research Topic:

"Numerical Modeling of Hydrothermal Systems at Reykjanes Ridge"

Supervisors:

Prof. Lars Rüpke, GEOMAR

Dr. Jörg Hasenclever, MARUM, Bremen

Prof. Mladen Nedimovic, Dalhousie University, Canada

 

Yao Wanxuan

PhD-Research Topic:

"Modelling dissolved iron in the Ataltnic Ocean: elucidating the role of scavenging"

Supervisors:

Prof. Andreas Oschlies, GEOMAR

to be announced, Dalhousie University, Canada

 

Students that started in 2014

Maryam Mirzaloo

PhD-Research Topic:

"Late Pleistocene to Holocene climate and ocean circulation change around Iceland and relationships to volcanic events"

Supervisors:

Prof. Dirk Nürnberg, GEOMAR

Prof. Marting Frank, GEOMAR

Prof. Markus Kienast, Dalhousie University, Canada

 

Students of the first Cohort started in 2012

Eyram Koku Apetcho 

PhD-Research Topic:

"Physics-biogeochemistry interactions modeling in the the Gulf of Guinea"

Supervisors:

Prof. Andreas Oschlies, GEOMAR

Prof. Birgit Schneider, CAU

Prof. Katja Fennel, Dalhousie University, Canada

 

HOSST- Alumni:

 

Sebastian Flöter started in 02/2014, defended December 20, 2019

PhD-Research Topic:

"Potential of thecosome pteropods ('sea butterflies') to record and preserve ocean acidification trends via the boron isotope proxy"

Supervisors:

Prof. Anton Eisenhauer, GEOMAR

Dr. Markus Gutjahr, GEOMAR

Prof. Markus Kienast, Dalhousie University, Canada

 

Felix Geißler startet 01/2016, defended  November 15, 2019

PhD-Research Topic:

"Chemical sensor applications in the Atlantic Ocean Unravelling Biogeochemical questions"

Supervisors:

Prof. Eric Achterberg, GEOMAR

Prof. Doug Wallace, Dalhousie University, Canada

 

Evangelia Louropoulou started 01/2016 defended September 18, 2019

PhD-Research Topic:

"Iron optimization by marine diazotrophs and its impact on nitrogen fixation activity in the Atlantic Ocean"

Supervisors:

Prof. Schmitz-Streit, CAU

Dr. Martha Gedhill, GEOMAR

Prof. Julie LaRoche, Dalhousie University, Canada

 

 Annalena Lochte started in 10/2015, defended December 2018

PhD-Research Topic:

"Holocene climate variability in the Labrador Current of Labrador Current off Labrador and Newfoundland"

Supervisors:

Prof. Ralf Schneider, CAU

Prof. Markus Kienast, Dalhousie University, Canada

  

Ibrahim Sadiek started in 11/2012 defended 11/2017 

PhD-Research Topic:

"Ranging the potential of IR-CRDS analyzers for quantitative detection of organohalogen compounds in marine environments"

Supervisors:

Prof. Gernot Friedrichs, CAU

Prof. Arne Körtzinger, GEOMAR

Prof. Douglas Wallace, Dalhousie University, Canada

 

 Dominik Palgan started 11/2012, defended on July 4, 2017

PhD-Research Topic:

"The tectonic and volcanological control of hot spring location in the North Atlantic"

Supervisors:

Prof. Colin Devey, GEOMAR

Prof. Keith Louden, Dalhousie University, Canada

 

Nadine Schattel started 10/2012, defended on July 3, 2017

PhD-Research Topic:

"Volcanic risks on Iceland and their consequences for the North Atlantic"

Supervisors:

Prof. Kaj Hoernle, GEOMAR

Prof. Gergia Pe-Piper, Dalhousie University, Canada

 

Stéphanie Celine Michl started 01/2013, defended on February 1, 2017

PhD-Research Topic:

"Adaptive potential of auqaculture species for various feeding strategies"

Supervisors:

Prof. Carsten Schulz, CAU

Prof. Jeff Hutchings, Dalhousie University, Canada

 

Alexandra Filippova - started 11/2012, defended on November 30, 2016

PhD-Research Topic:

"Paleoreconstructions of deep and surface currents in the western North Atlantic and Labrador Sea through the Late Quaternary"

Supervisors:

Prof. Martin Frank, GEOMAR

Prof. Dirk Nürnberg, GEOMAR

Prof. Markus Kienast, Dalhousie University, Canada 

 

Annika Drews - started 10/2012, defended on December  15, 2016

PhD-Research Topic: "Dynamics of the North Atlantic Ocean Circulation"

Supervisors:

Prof. Richard Greatbach, GEOMAR

Prof. Mojib Latif, GEOMAR

Prof. Jinyu Sheng, Dalhousie University, Canada

 

Swaantje Bennecke - started in 11/2012,  defended  October 20, 2016

PhD-Research Topic:

"Distribution patterns and physiology of the cold-water coral Lophelia pertusa"

Supervisors:

Prof. Christian Dullo, GEOMAR

Prof. Anna Metaxas, Dalhousie University, Canada

 

Judith Elger, started 10/2012, defended on July 4, 2016

PhD-Research Topic:

"Studies of submarine slope failures in the North Atlantic: Causes, timing and consequences"

Supervisors:

Prof. Sebastian Krastel, CAU

Prof. Christian Berndt, GEOMAR

Prof. David Piper, Dalhousie University, Canada

 

Corinna Breusing - started in 11/2012, defended April 4, 2016

PhD-Research Topic:

"Diversification in the deep sea: A case study on two hybridizing Bathymodiolus species (B. azoricus x B. puteoserpentis)"

Supervisors:

Prof. Torsten Reusch, GEOMAR

Prof. Frank Melzner, GEOMAR

Prof. Anna Metaxas, Dalhousie University, Canada

 

Arne Johanson - started 11/2012, defended on March 4, 2016

PhD-Research Topic:

"Engineering a population balance model for long-term fish stock prediction" 

Supervisors:

Prof. Wilhelm Hasselbring, CAU

Prof. Andreas Oschlies, GEOMAR

Prof. Boris Worm, Dalhousie University, Canada

 

 

   

 

Contact

Helmholtz Research School for Ocean System Science and Technology (HOSST)
Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel  (GEOMAR)
Wischhofstr. 1-3
D-24148 Kiel
Germany

Spokesperson
Prof. Dr. Wolf-Christian Dullo
email: cdullo(at)geomar.de 

Co-Spokesperson GEOMAR
Prof. Dr. Colin Devey
email: cdevey(at)geomar.de 

Co-Spokesperson CAU
Prof. Dr. Birgit Schneider
email: bschneider(at)gpi.uni-kiel.de 

Co-Spokesperson IORE
Prof. Dr. Doug Wallace
email: Douglas.Wallace(at)dal.ca 

Co-Spokesperson Dalhousie
Prof. Dr. Markus Kienast
email: markus.kienast(at)dal.ca 


Coordinator
Dr. Christel van den Bogaard
Tel.: (49) 431-600-2647
Tel.: (49) 431-600-2960
email: hosst(at)geomar.de