Artur Palacz

Artur Palacz

Researcher

Charlottenlund Slot, Jægersborg Allé 1

2920 Charlottenlund

Denmark

Phone: 35883340

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Education

09.2 - 06.2 B.Sc. in Geosciences and Astrophysics - Jacobs University Bremen
09.2 - 12.2 Ph.D. in Oceanography - University of Maine

Academic grades

Ph.D. in Oceanography

B.Sc. in Geosciences and Astrophysics

Professional experience

09.2 - 12.2 Teaching Assistant (TA) - Jacobs University Bremen, School of Engineering and Science
09.2 - 12.2 Teaching Assistant (TA) - University of Maine, School of Marine Sciences
09.2 - 11.2 Research Assisstant (RA) - University of Maine, School of Marine Sciences
03.2 - 08.2 Post-doc (DTU-Aqua) - Technical University of Denmark, National Institute of Aquatic Resources

Languages

English - fluent, Polish - native, German - working knowledge, Danish - working knowledge

Expertise

A principal thrust of my current research interests is the use of artificial neural network models to investigate the role of complex and non-linear biological and physical interactions as well as feedback mechanisms in regulating productivity and carbon cycle in the oceans. By integrating field and satellite measurements with results of state-of-the-art large-scale ocean models, I link trophic dynamics with changes in the marine environment that occur on seasonal to decadal time scales. My long-term goal is to increase our ability to project future responses of marine ecosystems and carbon cycle to changes in the global climate and exploitation (e.g. fishing), thus enabling an ecosystem approach to sustainable management of marine resources.

International experience

Past collaborations: Chris Measures (Unviersity of Hawaii), Richard Dugdale (San Fransisco State University), Peter Strutton (University of Tasmania), Caiun Zhang (Xiamen Institute of Oceanography), Peng Xiu, Mark Wells, Huijie Xue, Erick Roy (University of Maine), Gerard Duineveld (Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research)

Ongoing collaborations: Fei Chai (University of Maine), Icarus Allen, Robert Brewin, Momme Butenschon (Plymouth Marine Laboratory), Priscilla Licandro (Sir Alistair Hardy Foundation for Ocean Sciences), Taka Hirata (Hokkaido University), Laurent Memery (LEMAR)

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