RBR Cohort Program 2020

RBR2020 Cohort

Join RBR for a special SciComm webinar

RBR is proudly supporting early-career ocean scientists with science communication training through the RBR2020 cohort program. Because of the changing times, we have decided to open the science communication training to the global ocean science community. Everyone is invited to join the special RBR science communication workshop lead by Virginia Schutte.

Pitch your innovative ideas and methods to measure the blue planet and have a chance to join the RBR2020 cohort.

Open to early-career researchers (post-doctoral scientists/engineers and pre-tenured faculty), the RBR2020 cohort will bring together scientists from around the world to enable innovative ocean measurements through collaborative workshops, technical developments, demonstration programs, and SciComm mentorship. The early-career ocean scientists and engineers selected for the cohort will participate in a two-year program to develop their project ideas, enable measurements, and expand their research network with special support from RBR and established mentors.

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Cohort Members

Derek Roberts

San Francisco Estuary Institute
Characterizing suspended sediment patterns on the south San Francisco Bay shoal

Océane Boulais

Modular toolkit for ocean citizen explorer

Seth Bushinsky

University of Hawai’i at Mānoa
Understanding oxygen optode in-air measurement anomalies and impact on calibration

Alice Della Penna

UW Applied Physics Laboratory
Sampling ocean dynamics at a high-resolution from non-conventional research vessels

Patrick Fulton

Cornell University
Developing next generation sub-seafloor observatories to characterize processes associated with earthquakes, landslides, and other geo-hazards

Tamara Schlosser

Along isopycnal changes in nitrate due to irreversible mixing and nutrient uptake

Joey Voermans

University of Melbourne
Using fast response temperature probes to measure ocean sea spray

Anna Michel

Understanding greenhouse gas dynamics throughout the land-to-ocean continuum in the Arctic

Jackson Chu

Memorial University of Newfoundland
Pairing high-resolution habitat measurements with biodiversity response metrics

Travis Miles

Rutgers University
Empirical corrections to thermal lag on ocean gliders

Megan Williams

Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María, Valparaíso, Chile
Complementing robust estuarine measurements with low-cost sensors: toward expanding hydrodynamic and sediment measurements on the Chilean coast

William Burt

University of Alaska Fairbanks
Collecting key meta-data at a remote coastal station and sensor development at an Ocean Observatory

Isabela Le Bras

How do sub-kilometer-scale ocean features around Greenland enable stirring and melting

Francisco López Castejón

Cartagena Oceanographic Research Institute
Oceanographer for a Day: A new sight of the Mar Menor coastal lagoon

Yana Bebieva

Florida State University
Evolution of ocean double-diffusive staircase structures in a turbulent environment

Jeff Coogan

Dauphin Island Sea Lab
Observations of stratification and dissolved oxygen dynamics driving hypoxia in shallow estuaries