Marine Environmental Management & Protection | EMODnet OPEN SEA LAB
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Bård Johan Hanssen

MSc Computer Science 2015, experienced programmer and system developer

We are working with leveraging Big Data technologies for sustainable fisheries through a series of projects, and are very interested in data collation for predictive analytics. We would like to build upon on previous positive experience with EMODnet from the OSL'17 to integrate relevant CMEMS and ICES data for fisheries. OpenSeaLab 19 is a greatopportunity to introduce our student interns to the EMODnet datasets and maritime hackathon experience.

Physical oceanographyCommunicationGISPythonSQLFront end developmentBack end developmentOther programming languagesSustainable Blue EconomyMarine Environmental Management & ProtectionFront end and back end programming, catch analytics

Elliot Carter

Senior Dev. at Peninsula Data Solutions, developing ABACUS, a cloud database tool to standardise collection and reporting of marine environmental data

Ocean Ecology Ltd is a consultancy based near Gloucester, United Kingdom. We provide a range of marine survey, consultancy, and analysis services and are focused on taking an innovative and responsive approach to our work, looking to make use of the latest methods and techniques available. We have developed into a highly skilled and passionate team and have worked with a range of organisations across the full spectrum of marine industries, including private and public sectors as well as leading research institutions. We are looking to develop these skills further in the hackathon by sending a team to learn more about the open data sources that are available to facilitate our innovative ethos. We are passionate about all marine things and are dedicated to working with those making use of and governing the marine environment. We hope to network and collaborate with like-minded individuals to address the challenges described by EMODnet to enable sustainable use and protection of the marine environment.

BusinessSQLFront end developmentBack end developmentOther programming languagesMarine Environmental Management & ProtectionSoftware DevelopmentFlexible, happy to potentially work on any!

Alexander Galstyan

PhD in physics, data scientist thinker, solution oriented thinker

We want to positively impact the environment by using our brains and analytical skills as well as our understanding of the marine traffic to the max!

EnergyBusinessPythonRSQLMarine Environmental Management & Protectionphysics, mathematics

Luka Riester

Data developer, solution engineer, innovator, thinker, pitcher

We want to positively impact the environment by using our brains and analytical skills as well as our understanding of the marine traffic to the max!

BusinessPythonSQLBack end developmentOther programming languagesMarine Environmental Management & Protectiontraffic management, data, solution architecture

Torbjørn Vallestad

Computer science student working part time with software development and data visualization

We are working with leveraging Big Data technologies for sustainable fisheries through a series of projects, and are very interested in data collation for predictive analytics. We would like to build upon on previous positive experience with EMODnet from the OSL'17 to integrate relevant CMEMS and ICES data for fisheries. OpenSeaLab 19 is a greatopportunity to introduce our student interns to the EMODnet datasets and maritime hackathon experience.

PythonSQLFront end developmentOther programming languagesSustainable Blue EconomyMarine Environmental Management & ProtectionFront end programming, data visualization

Øystein Knutsen

Computer science student working part time with software development and data visualization

We are working with leveraging Big Data technologies for sustainable fisheries through a series of projects, and are very interested in data collation for predictive analytics. We would like to build upon on previous positive experience with EMODnet from the OSL'17 to integrate relevant CMEMS and ICES data for fisheries. OpenSeaLab 19 is a greatopportunity to introduce our student interns to the EMODnet datasets and maritime hackathon experience.

GISPythonSQLFront end developmentBack end developmentOther programming languagesSustainable Blue EconomyMarine Environmental Management & ProtectionFront end and back end programming, data visualization

Joe Turner

Marine benthic ecologist, PhD in marine spatial ecology with a focus on mapping and modelling the distributions of marine habitats / communities

Ocean Ecology Ltd is a consultancy based near Gloucester, United Kingdom. We provide a range of marine survey, consultancy, and analysis services and are focused on taking an innovative and responsive approach to our work, looking to make use of the latest methods and techniques available. We have developed into a highly skilled and passionate team and have worked with a range of organisations across the full spectrum of marine industries, including private and public sectors as well as leading research institutions. We are looking to develop these skills further in the hackathon by sending a team to learn more about the open data sources that are available to facilitate our innovative ethos. We are passionate about all marine things and are dedicated to working with those making use of and governing the marine environment. We hope to network and collaborate with like-minded individuals to address the challenges described by EMODnet to enable sustainable use and protection of the marine environment.

BiologyGISPythonRMarine Environmental Management & ProtectionMapping / ModellingFlexible, happy to potentially work on any!

Paul Williams

Senior Developer at Peninsula Data Solutions, currently working on the development of the ABACUS cloud database system with Ocean Ecology

Ocean Ecology Ltd is a consultancy based near Gloucester, United Kingdom. We provide a range of marine survey, consultancy, and analysis services and are focused on taking an innovative and responsive approach to our work, looking to make use of the latest methods and techniques available. We have developed into a highly skilled and passionate team and have worked with a range of organisations across the full spectrum of marine industries, including private and public sectors as well as leading research institutions. We are looking to develop these skills further in the hackathon by sending a team to learn more about the open data sources that are available to facilitate our innovative ethos. We are passionate about all marine things and are dedicated to working with those making use of and governing the marine environment. We hope to network and collaborate with like-minded individuals to address the challenges described by EMODnet to enable sustainable use and protection of the marine environment.

BusinessSQLFront end developmentBack end developmentOther programming languagesMarine Environmental Management & ProtectionSoftware DevelopmentMicrosoft AzureFlexible, happy to potentially work on any!

Jelle Rondelez

Marine Geologist with interest in Earth Sciences, Climatology and the use of IT in marine sciences

Our team is specialized in working with european marine data quite often, seeing that this type of data is being used and well applied would be a dream for us. For that we will work hard and steady so the work of thousands of data collectors, researchers and data managers has an actual impact in the world.

Physical oceanographyGeologyPolicyGISRSustainable Blue EconomyMarine Environmental Management & ProtectionOcean Literacy and Blue Society

Salvador Fernandez Bejarano

Marine biologist interested in data science and any other IT stuff

Our team is specialized in working with european marine data quite often, seeing that this type of data is being used and well applied would be a dream for us. For that we will work hard and steady so the work of thousands of data collectors, researchers and data managers has an actual impact in the world.

BiologyGISRSQLSustainable Blue EconomyMarine Environmental Management & ProtectionOcean Literacy and Blue Society

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