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Seminars in the first half of 2024

10 January:

Bronwyn Cahill (Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research Warnemünde, IOW, Germany)
Deconstructing co-occurring marine heatwave and phytoplankton bloom events in the Arkona Sea in 2018
(Chair: Markus Reinert)


24 January at 13 UTC:

Chunhua Qiu (Sun Yat-sen University, China)
The deformation characteristics and mechanisms of mesoscale eddy
(Chair: Jen-Ping Peng)



7 February:

Christopher Unsworth (Bangor University, UK)
Accelerated Seabed changes due to offshore wind infrastructure
(Chair: Markus Reinert)
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21 February:

Natasha Lucas (British Antarctic Survey, BAS, UK)
Turbulence and coherent structure characterisation in a tidally energetic channel
(Chair: Markus Reinert)


6 March:

Mira Schmitt (Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research Warnemünde, Rostock, Germany)

Diurnal Warm Layers - Can we find a parameterization for climate models (and is it necessary)?

(Chair: Tom Rippeth)


20 March:

Knut Klingbeil (Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research Warnemünde, Rostock, Germany)

A rigorous derivation of the Water Mass Transformation framework, the relation between mixing and diasurface exchange flow, and links to recent theories in estuarine research

Chair (Hans Burchard)



Beginning of Daylight Saving Time in Europe: VEPOSSSS at 14 UTC

3 April:

Aditi Mitra (Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research)

Transport timescales in the Dutch Wadden Sea - results from a multidecadal model analysis

(Chair: Hans Burchard)


17 April:

Soeren Ahmerkamp (Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology, Bremen, Germany)

From single sand grains to continental shelves: Bridging microscale mass transfer and microbial activity across scales

(Chair: Hans Burchard)


15 May:

Vera Sidorenko (Alfred Wegener Institute, Bremerhaven, Gemany)

Tidally driven tracers transport in the German Bight

(Chair: Lars Umlauf)


29 May:

Siren Rühs (IMAU, University of Utrecht, The Netherlands):

Impact of waves on surface particle dispersal simulations

(Chair: Hans Burchard)


12 June:

Magnus Hieronymus (Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute):

Water Mass Transformations (exact title tba)

(Chair: Hans Burchard)


26 June:

Anna Enge (TU Delft, The Netherlands):

RV Pelagia Expedition to the Norwegian Trench; currents, eddies and sediment

(Chair: Julie Pietrzak)


10 July:

Jeancarlo Fajardo Urbina (University of Eindhoven, The Netherlands)

A deep learning method to predict the transport of passive tracers in coastal environments

(Chair: Hans Burchard)


Afterwards summer break until September.

Previous seminars

Find a summary of previous VEPOSSSS talks in the VEPOSSSS Archive.