Former Summer Schools/Feedback
ICBM Summer School 2015
ICBM Summer school 2015 participants in front of the ICBM building in Oldenburg (country of home institution in brackets)
Front row: Inés González Viana (Spain), Margaret Mars Brisbin (Japan), Priya Namrata (India), Lumi Haraguchi (Denmark), Irene Hu (USA), Lydia Luise Bach (United Kingdom), Lia Pinheiro Godinho (Portugal), Hadar Berman (Israel);
back row: Abolghasem Hedayatkhah (The Netherlands), Jürgen Köster (ICBM, co-ordinator), Katriina Juva (Finland), Benjamin Pontiller (Austria), Lydia Babcock-Adams (USA), Richard Patton(United Kingdom), Sirje Sildever (Estonia), Dominik Bahlburg (ICBM), Benjamin Stewart (New Zealand).
ICBM Summer School 2013
Front row: Gülüm Albut (Turkey), Piotr Starnawski (Denmark), Emily Gray (USA), Anna Friedrichs (ICBM), Nicole Waite (USA), Lauren Kipp (USA), Linda Jørgensen (Denmark), Raquel Sánchez de Pedro Crespo (Spain), Jennifer Ann Taylor (Australia), Maren Bornemann (Germany), Simone Sauer (Norway)
Back row: Krešimir Markulin (Croatia), Bert Engelen (ICBM), Iris Pit (Netherlands), Gabriel Singer (Austria, guest lecturer), Thorsten Dittmar (ICBM), Birte Junge (ICBM), Anne Roeper (Netherlands), Jürgen Köster (ICBM), Mathilde Couturier (Canada), Aubin Thibault (France)
ICBM Summer School 2011
Participants of the Summer school 2011 (from left to right):
Adrien Vigneron (France),
Griselda Rodriguez Figueroa (Mexico),
Gerald Herrling (Germany),
Nolwenn Callac (France),
Mathias Hilbich (Germany),
Petra Pjevac (Croatia),
Tanja Röper (Germany),
Zhen Li (China),
Jessica Gier (Germany).
ICBM Summer School 2010
Twelve young scientists from Italy, Zimbabwe, Bangladesh, Netherlands and Germany took part in the first ICBM Summer School in August 2010. “The internationality of the summer school and the high commitment of the participants make clear how important the tidal flats are for the ecological relationships on the coasts worldwide”, said Professor Dr. Jürgen Rullkötter, head of the ICBM, when closing the 2010 summer school. He was glad that the summer school at the ICBM contributed through its work to the communication of the scientific discoveries in this unique ecosystem.
Read the feedback of the participants
“The ICBM Summer School offered me a very intensive training on approaching such a complex environment like a tidal coastal system... it’s cool to see how much scientific information could be gathered from the same 10 cm3 of water!” Ruggero M. Capperucci (SaM/Intercoast)
“All involved parties gained additional knowledge and experiences. Besides the scientific topics, there was plenty of time to get in touch and share wonderful evenings sitting on top of the dike and watching the sunsets of Wilhelmshaven.” Paul Beyersmann (ICBM) und Marc Einsporn (DGM/AWI)