ADVISORY BOARD

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Dr Ion Stamatelatos (NCSR “Demokritos” / Nuclear technology and radiation protection)
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Name: Ion Evangelos Stamatelatos
Research Director

Institute of Nuclear and Radiological Sciences, Technology, Energy & Safety (INRASTES) National Centre for Scientific Research “Demokritos”

E-mail: ion@ipta.demokritos.gr

Dr. Ion Stamatelatos is Director of Research and Head of the Nuclear Research Reactor Laboratory, at the Institute of Nuclear and Radiological Sciences, Technology, Energy & Safety, NCSR “Demokritos”. He also serves as national representative at the EURATOM Article 37 Committee and member of the Editorial Board of Applied Radiation and Isotopes journal. His current research activities focus on fusion technology within the framework of the European Consortium for the Development of Fusion Energy (EUROfusion). Dr. Stamatelatos scientific interests include development of nuclear and radiation techniques with applications in nuclear technology, biomedicine and cultural heritage studies, nuclear analytical techniques, radiation transport simulations, radiation detection and measurement, radiation protection and nuclear safety. He has obtained research grants under H2020, EUROfusion, EFDA, IAEA and GSRT. He has authored 70 publications in peer reviewed scientific journals, about 90 publications in Conference Proceedings, as well as a number of technical reports. He has supervised 6 PhD and 18 MSc students now continuing their scientific career excelling in the areas of nuclear technology and radiation physics. He taught interaction of radiation with matter and radiation protection in nuclear installations in post-graduate courses in Greece and abroad. He has collaborated with Universities and Research Centers, such as CCFE, ENEA, IPPLM, BNL, TUDelft, University of Ioannina, resulting in common publications and research grants. Dr. Stamatelatos holds PhD in Physics, from the University of Birmingham, UK (1991), MSc in Medical Physics from the University of Aberdeen, UK (1984) and BSc in Physics from the University of Patras, Greece (1983).

Prof. Dr. Christian Hübscher (U. Hamburg / Marine Geophysics)
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Name: Dr. Christian Hübscher
Head Marine Geophysics Group

Contact: Center for Earth System Research and Sustainability (CEN),

Institute for Geophysics, University of Hamburg, Bundesstraße 55, 20146 Hamburg

Tel. 040 / 42838 5184, Fax. 040 / 42838 5441

Email: Christian.Huebscher@uni-hamburg

Career path:

  • Abitur: 1981
  • Military service: 1981 – 1983
  • Studies (University of Münster): 1984 – 1991
  • Diploma in Geophysics: 1991
  • Doctorate (Alfred Wegener Institute): 1991 – 1994
  • PhD: 1994
  • Research associate University of Bremen: 1994 – 1995
  • Assistant professor (C1) University of Bremen: 1995 – 1998
  • Member of SFB 261: 1994 – 1998
  • Senior Scientists (life term) University of Hamburg: 1998 –  today
  • Habilitation: 2007
  • Professor: since 2011

Community services:

  • Coordinator RM Meteor cruises M69: 2006
  • Coordinator RV Maria S. Merian cruises MSM14: 2010
  • Review panel member “Meeresforschung mit FS SONNE”: 2011 – 2017
  • Speaker FKPE-working group “Marine Geophysics”: 2010 – 2020
  • Editor for “International Journal of Earth Sciences” (geophysics): since 2011
  • Review panel member “DFG – IODP”: since 2012
  • Working group co-coordinator of COST Action “MEDSALT”: since 2016
  • Co-Chair review panel German research vessels (GPF): since 2018
  • Scientific Advisory Council of Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research, Warnemünde (IOW): since 2018
  • Member Editorial Board of Marine Geology: since 2019
  • Expert for German “Wissenschaftsrat”: 2021
  • Advisory Board for H2020 project “RAMONES”: since 2021

Publications:

  • Peer-reviewed publications: 116
  • h-index (Google Scholar): 35
  • Total citations (Google Scholar): 3913

Projects and proposals:

  • Principal investigator of DFG, BMBF and ESF funded projects: 17
  • Co-proponent of DFG and BMBF proposals: 13
  • Lead-proponent of marine expeditions (chief scientist): 23
  • Marine research expeditions: 51

 

Peer assessments

Reviews for DFG, BMBF, NSF, ESF and the following journals: Marine Geology, Marine and Petroleum Geology, Geophysical Journal International, International Journal of Earth Scientists, Tectonics, Tectonophysics, Continental Shelf Research, Geo-Marine Letters, Basin Research….

Prof. Emer. Dimitrios Papanikolaou (U. Athens / Marine Geohazards)
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Name: Dimitrios Papanikolaou
National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece

Dimitrios Papanikolaou was born in Athens and studied Natural Sciences and Geology at the University of Athens. He started his carrer as assistant at the Laboratory of Geology (1974), he obtained his PhD in Geology (1978) and became full professor of Dynamic, Tectonic Geology and Marine Geodynamics (1993) at the University of Athens. He served as President of the Geological Society of Greece (1988-1992, 1994-1996), Project Leader of IGCP 276 ‘Paleozoic Geodynamic Domains and their Alpidic Evolution in the Tethys’ (1988-1995), President of the Karpatho-Balkan Geological Association (1993-1995), President of the Earthquake Planning and Protection Organization (1993-1998), President and General Director of the National Centre for Marine Research (1994-2000), Member of the board of CIESM in Monaco (1994-2000), Member of the Scientific Committee for International Continental Deep Drilling, in Potzdam (1998-2000), Secretary General for Civil Protection, at the Ministry of Interior (2000-2002). During 1979-1980 he was post-doc researcher in Lausanne, Switzerland and in 1982-1983 he was professeur associe in Reims, France. He was nominated Grosby professor at the Dept. of Earth, Atmospheric & Planetary Sciences in MIT, USA (2003) and Barnes Distinguished Lecturer in the Jackson School of Geosciences, at Texas University in Austin, USA (2008). He has published more than 70 papers in peer reviewed scientific journals, more than 120 papers in Congresses Proceedings and more than 25 papers in books, fieldguides etc. with more than 2400 citations. He was the Director of Studies of the Master’s program in Oceanography (2007-2016) and in Natural Hazards (2009-2016). Since 2016 he is Emeritus Professor of Geology at the University of Athens.

Prof. Dr. Ralf Bachmayer (MARUM / Marine Environmental Technology and Deep-sea Engineering)
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Name: Prof. Dr. Ralf Bach­mayer
Re­search Group for Mar­ine En­vir­on­mental Tech­no­logy and Deep­sea En­gin­eer­ing
Phone: +49 421 218-65890
Email: rbach­mayer@marum.de
Room: MARUM I , 1440

Dr. Bach­mayer is since July 1st, 2017 Pro­fessor for Mar­ine En­vir­on­mental Tech­no­logy and Deep­sea En­gin­eer­ing at MARUM – Uni­versity of Bre­men, Ger­many, sponsored by the Werner Siemens-Foundation. His main re­search in­terests lie in the do­main of mar­ine ro­bot­ics with a fo­cus on un­manned mar­ine sys­tems. In par­tic­u­lar he is in­ter­ested in the design, con­trol and net­work­ing of het­ero­gen­eous mar­ine ob­ser­va­tion sys­tems for per­sist­ent, long-term ob­ser­va­tions.

Dr. Bach­mayer re­ceived his en­gin­eer­ing de­gree in elec­trical en­gin­eer­ing from the Tech­nis­che Uni­versität Karls­ruhe, Karls­ruhe, Ger­many in 1995. He worked at the Woods Hole Ocean­o­graphic In­sti­tu­tion in the USA as a vis­it­ing re­searcher, com­plet­ing his Dip­loma thesis on the topic of ad­apt­ive con­trol of an AUV (ABE) for ter­rain fol­low­ing. In 1995 he joined the Dy­nam­ical Sys­tems and Con­trol Labor­at­ory in the De­part­ment of Mech­an­ical En­gin­eer­ing at the Johns Hop­kins Uni­versity, Bal­timore, MD, USA. Here he earned a M.Sc. and PhD de­gree on the topic of iden­ti­fic­a­tion, mod­el­ling and con­trol of un­der­wa­ter propul­sion sys­tems. He joined the Dy­nam­ical Con­trol Sys­tems Labor­at­ory at Prin­ceton Uni­versity as a Re­search As­so­ci­ate in 2000 where he worked on multi-vehicle sys­tems and un­der­wa­ter gliders. In 2003 he joined the Na­tional Re­search Coun­cil Canada – In­sti­tute for Ocean Tech­no­logy in St. John’s , NL, Canada as an As­so­ci­ate Re­search Of­ficer. He joined Me­morial Uni­versity of New­found­land in St. John’s in 2008 where he star­ted the Autonom­ous Ocean Sys­tems Labor­at­ory (www.aosl.ca) in 2009, work­ing on un­manned mar­ine vehicles and sys­tems for harsh en­viron­ments. Since July 2017, he holds a Pro­fess­or­ship in Mar­ine En­vir­on­mental Tech­no­logy / Deep-Sea En­gin­eer­ing at MARUM.