Country: Germany

University of Hamburg (UHH)

IP: Detlef Quadfasel WP3 (Task 3.3): We will support the enhancement of autonomous observing networks in the OceanSITES transport task and in particular the work performed by the AtlantOS partner HAV (PI Karin Margretha H. Larsen); University Hamburg will add HAV OEV sensors to moorings at key locations our institution is already monitoring; HAV and the… Read more »

Max Planck Institute for Meteorology (MPG)

The overall mission of the Max Planck Institute for Meteorology (MPG) is to understand how physical and biogeochemical processes, as well as human behaviour, contribute to the dynamics of the Earth system, and specifically how they relate to global and regional climate changes. In order to achieve this, MPG has developed a comprehensive Earth system… Read more »

CONTROS Systems & Solutions GmbH (CONTROS)

CONTROS Systems & Solutions is a German GmbH (company with limited liability) founded in 2006 with currently 15 full and part time employees, which develops, produces and markets in-situ underwater sensors and measuring systems to detect dissolved gases and related parameters in water. Parameters covered are CO2, hydrocarbons (e.g. methane), dissolved oxygen, total alkalinity and… Read more »

Develogic GmbH (DSS)

Develogic GmbH is a German based company founded in 2000. The focus is on integrated subsea data acquisition and seafloor to desktop telemetry solutions. With extensive experience with subsea system development, manufacturing and deployment and comprehensive in-house design and manufacturing capabilities for mechanical, electronic and software system components, the company is able to provide bespoke… Read more »

Ribocon GMBH (Ribocon)

The SME Ribocon is a professional bioinformatics services and solutions provider for microbiology, serving academia and industry worldwide. The company was founded in 2005 as an independent spin-off of the Microbial Genomics Group at the Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology and is located in the city of Bremen, Germany. Ribocon mainly acts in the… Read more »

Alfred Wegener Institut Helmholtz Zentrum für Polar- und Meeresforschung (AWI)

The AWI in Bremerhaven, Germany, conducts multidisciplinary Earth system and climate research and coordinates the German Polar Research Program. Past and future environmental changes are addressed from a marine and polar perspective. AWI’s contribution to AtlantOS is provided by two groups: The HGF MPG Joint Research Group for Deep-Sea Ecology and Technology combines expertise in… Read more »

Konsortium Deutsche Meeresforschung e.V. (KDM)

KDM – the German Marine Research Consortium is made up of sixteen institutions and universities of Germany in the field of marine and polar sciences as well as of coastal research. The members are part of a European and global network of such institutions. With approximately 2,200 scientists of basic and applied marine research, KDM… Read more »

Universität Bremen (UniHB)

The Centre for Marine Environmental Sciences (MARUM), University of Bremen, MARUM, is a central research facility at the University of Bremen offering a number of technical and scientific services in the field of ocean research and furthermore is developing innovative technology in support for scientific operations. Within the last decade MARUM became one of the… Read more »

GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel

The GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel is one of the largest non-university research institutions in the field of marine sciences in Germany (750 staff, incl. 400 scientists including about 170 PhD researchers). It is a member of the Helmholtz Association, Germany’s largest non-university scientific organisation. The centre’s mandate is the inter- and multidisciplinary… Read more »