Ocean Dynamics and the Carbon Cycle

The ocean is a turbulent fluid and controls climate on time scales from months to millenia. It is also nonlinear: Small scale processes like turbulence and waves affect climate.






























































































































































Name Title Phone E-mail
Guo, Chuncheng Visiting Researcher   E-mail
Häfner, Dion PhD fellow +45 353-33890 E-mail
Jochum, Markus Professor +45 353-26921 E-mail
Lange, Xaver Postdoc +45 353-31259 E-mail
Nuterman, Roman Laboratory coordinator +45 353-37743 E-mail
Shaffer, Gary Professor emeritus   E-mail

The Future at TeamOcean

Versatile ocean simulator logo

At TeamOcean, we develop and maintain the ocean model Veros, a high-performance general circulation model for CPU and GPU in pure Python.
Because the Baroque is over!

Theory at TeamOcean

Animation of cross-equatorial geostrophic adjustment, MSc thesis of D. Häfner

TeamOcean at Sea

Meteor-M120 ship - Research cruise in the year of 2015

M120 Research Cruise: Recife to Walvis Bay. Presentation by Helen R. Pillar


Name Titel Study
Marta Mrozowska MSc. Student Silicate Cycle
Maliha Shfagat Khan MSc. Student Dansgaard-Oeschger Physics
Ruth Julia Ladwig MSc. Student LGM Carbon Budgets
Ida Stoustrup MSc. Student Machine Learning
Nanna Nielsen BSc. Student Marine Carbon Cycle