ICBM SUMMER SCHOOL
From July 30 to August 12, 2017 the ICBM will organize a Summer School on Coastal Systems for young scientists. Applications are welcome from now on till March 31, 2017. Please send them by e-mail to email@example.com.
ICBM PhD Day
The first biannual PhD-Day will take place at the ICBM Terramare in Wilhelmshaven on 23rd March 2017. All PhD students of the ICBM will gather to present their current work and ongoing research of their working groups. Further information you will find here: www.icbm.de/veranstaltungen/
SONNE-expedition headed by ICBM
From 28h January to 27th February 2017 SONNE (SO 254) will be cruising the Pacific Ocean. 24 out of the 40 international scientists are members of the Instiute for Chemistry and Biology of the Marine Environment (ICBM). One of them is Lars-Erik Petersen of the research group Environmental Biochemistry who will be blogging for ICBM.
Photo: Meinhard Simon (ICBM)
Prof. Dr. Oliver Zielinski, deputy director and head of the Marine Sensors Research Group at the ICBM, presented in Hanover the plans to set up a Centre for Marine Sensor Systems in Wilhelmshaven.
Headed by scientists from Oldenburg, Germany's state-of-the-art research vessel "Sonne" will again be cruising the Pacific Ocean from 26th January to 27th February 2017. 24 out of the 40 international scientists are members of the ICBM.
Prof. Dr. Helmut Hillebrand, marine biologist and biodiversity expert at the University of Oldenburg, remains in the list of highly cited scientists. He is listed together with around 3 200 scientists from 21 different research fields. In this list, there are less than 200 scientists from all over Germany, among them eight from Lower Saxony.
Director of the ICBM
Prof. Dr. Bernd Blasius
Dr. Birte Junge
Real time data Spiekeroog
|Air temperature||5.5° C|
|Air pressure||998 hPa|
|Water temperature||4.4° C|
|Wind direction||SW 226.0°|
13. March 2017
ICBM-Course of lectures
- Prof. Dr. Helmut Hillebrand will give a talk at Schlaues Haus about:"Artenvielfalt an der...