The third biannual PhD-Day will take place at the ICBM in Wilhelmshaven on 21st March 2018.

All PhD students of the ICBM will gather to present their current work and ongoing research of their working groups. Aside from various talks, the program will also feature a poster session as well as round tables to discuss relevant topics.

The programme combined talks of different sections, poster sessions and discussion rounds. The PhD day takes place at ICBM Wilhelmhaven, Seminar room 1st floor.

Arrival & registration & coffee

Session Chairs / Moderation
10:00Welcome address by ICBM PhD organising committeeDaniel Thewes
Elevator Pitch - 1st RoundRaquel Lopes
11:00Scientific Talks I Joeline Ezekiel, Daniel Thewes

"Bubble Scavenging and It's Impact on TEP and the Sea Surface Microlayer”Tiera-Brandy Robinson

"Microfluidic treatment of FDOM"Raquel Lopes

“Effect of terrestrial dissolved organic matter on phytoplankton and bacteria”Andrea Gall
12:30Group Picture and Lunch break
13:30Elevator Pitch - 2nd RoundOliver Ferdinand
Scientific Talks IIYvonne Eder

„How harmful algae change biodiversity and community composition along a nutrient gradient”Anneke Purz

“How to perform phytoplankton diversity levels?” Miriam Gerhard

“Sensory and Regulatory basis of anaerobic aromatic compound degradation”Jannes Vagts
Coffee break & Poster Session
Elevator Pitch - 3rd RoundRaquel Lopes
16:45PhD study programme at ICBM - Organisational and Administrative MattersFerdinand Esser
Twitter @ ICBM a short introductionLeon Dlugosch
17:15Methods Wrap UpDaniel Thewes
17:45Closing session and feedback roundYvonne Eder
18:00Dinner and networking "get together"

The 3rd PhD day is organised by the ICBM PhD organising committee:

Elikalia Joeline Ezekiel   joeline.ezekiel(at)uol.deMarine Sensorsysteme; Prof. Dr. Oliver Zielinski
Daniel Thewesdaniel.thewes(at)uol.deKüstenforschung; Prof. Dr. Emil Stanev
Oliver Ferdinandoliver.ferdinand(at)uol.deMarine Sensorsysteme; Prof. Dr. Oliver Zielinski
Raquel Lopes