Quinten uses machine learning to optimise beach-clean-ups in the Galapagos Islands.
Tycho investigates the anisotropic nature of particle diffusion.
Mariana investigates how floating plastic accumulates in ocean eddies.
Reint provides technical support to users of the OceanParcels framework.
Laura investigates how to track floating material in currents from remote sensing.
Cleo investigates how plastic litter ends up on beaches.
Mikael investigates how to use machine learning to incorporate plastic distribution data into models.
Christian investigates how Parcels can best be optimised for High Performance Computing.
Delphine investigates how 3D ocean circulation impacts plastic transport.
Darshika investigates how plankton interact with nutrients and plastic in the Atlantic Ocean.
Ina investigates the sources of plastic ending on the Galapagos Islands.
Peter investigates how microplankton can be used to validate paleo-climate models.
Victor investigates the global dispersion patterns of marine plastic pollution.
Claudio investigates the origin and fate of nanoplastics in our ocean.
Daan investigates how to incorporate diffusion into particle simulations in biogeochemical oceanography.
Sophie investigates the distribution of floating plastic in the North Atlantic Ocean.
Bram investigates the origin of plastic found on Dutch beaches.
Erik investigates how ocean currents move 'stuff' around, and leads the OceanParcels project.
Steffie creates a tool that supports plastic cleanup in the Galapagos.