Bas works on the valorization of marine litter backtracking.
Vesna investigates how polluntants spread around coral reefs on Curacao.
Emma develops a virtual ship learning experience.
Mark simulates how and where large icebergs melted in the Eocene Southern Ocean.
Jente simulates how plastics in the Wadden Sea are affected by tides.
Laura investigates how oceanic fine-scales affect the transport of marine plastic.
Cleo investigates how plastic litter ends up on beaches.
Marc uses machine learning to predict macroplastic beaching events.
Clara computes the probability to find nanoplastics in samples from the South Atlantic.
Darshika investigates how plankton interact with nutrients and plastic in the Atlantic Ocean.
Claudio investigates the origin and fate of nanoplastics in our ocean.
Daan investigates how to incorporate diffusion into particle simulations in biogeochemical oceanography.
Mattia investigates how fine-scale ocean processes lead to heterogeneity of floating plastic.
Siren investigates how the latest generation of ocean models can be used to simulate the dispersion of plastic.
Erik investigates how ocean currents move 'stuff' around, and leads the OceanParcels project.
Steffie creates a tool that supports plastic cleanup in the Galapagos.