2022 Fellows

Maria Emilia Bravo

CONICET (The National Scientific and Technical Research Council), Argentina Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA

First taxonomic (molecular/morphological) analysis of polychaetes associated with recently discovered methane seeps off-Argentina (SW Atlantic Ocean).

Maya Eria Sinurat

IPB University, Bogor, Indonesia Biophysics Operating Unit, Italy

Altimetry Data Processing Training for Sea Level Trend and Variability Studies

Sangeeta Naik

Goa University, India Cardiff University, UK

Bacterial farming by mixoplankton in the global oceans; an integrated in vivo & in silico training programme

Brendon Damini

Universidade Federal do RIo Grande – FURG, Brazil University of East Anglia, UK

Autonomous underwater vehicles as a tool to improve Antarctic shelf regions studies: From acquiring to understanding SeaGlider data.

Anwesha Ghosh

Indian Institute of Science Education and Research, Kolkata, India Plymouth Marine Laboratory, PML, UK

Integrating coastal observations to explore the biological impacts of climate change

Isabelle de Oliveira

Universidade Federal de Pernambuco, Brazil University of Bergen, Norway

Ocean-Atmosphere processes in response to climate change in the tropical South Atlantic.