Researchers - CEMarin

CEMarin researchers

The CEMarin researchers are professors and leaders of research groups of the partner institutions of the Corporation that have expressed their intention to actively contributing to it. Our team of researchers currently is made up of a group of more than ninety Colombian and German scientists.

If you are interested in becoming part of this team, you can contact us through convocatorias@cemarin.org and send us a letter stating your intention to become an investigator of our Corporation and the reason why you want to do so. The request will be evaluated as soon as possible and a response will be given through that same means.

wdt_ID UNIVERSIDAD INVESTIGADOR CORREO ELECTRÓNICO LÍNEAS DE INVESTIGACIÓN
1 Universidad del Valle Germán Bolívar german.bolivar@correounivalle.edu.co Marine resources
2 Universidad del Valle Jaime Ricardo Cantera Kintz jaime.cantera@correounivalle.edu.co Marine environmental change
3 Universidad del Valle Alan Giraldo López alan.giraldo@correounivalle.edu.co Marine environmental change
4 Universidad del Valle Edgardo Londoño Cruz edgardo.londono@correounivalle.edu.co Marine environmental change
5 Universidad del Valle Enrique Javier Peña Salamanca enrique.pena@correounivalle.edu.co Marine resources; Marine environmental change
6 Universidad del Valle Aceneth Perafán Cabrera aceneth.perafan@correounivalle.edu.co Ocean and society
7 Universidad del Valle José Julián Tavera Vargas jose.tavera@correounivalle.edu.co Marine resources; Marine environmental change
8 Universidad del Valle Fernando Zapata Rivera fernando.zapata@correounivalle.edu.co Marine environmental change
9 Universidad del Valle Julien Wist julien.wist@correounivalle.edu.co Marine resources
10 Universidad del Valle Felipe García Vallejo jesus.garcia@correounivalle.edu.co Marine environmental change

CEMarin associated researchers

The CEMarin associated researchers are active researchers of institutions that are not members of the Corporation, but they have expressed their intention to actively contribute to it.

To be part of the associated researchers you must meet the following requirements:

1) Have a Ph.D. degree.

2) Be an active researcher of an institution (university, organization, NGO, etc.).

3) Have some link with current CEMarin researchers.

If you are interested in becoming part of this team, you can contact us through scientificpm@cemarin.org and must request the Scientific Committee to grant you the category of CEMarin associate researcher, explaining the reasons why you would like to be associated to our Corporation. Along with your motivation letter, you must attach to the mail:

Your resume updated in English.

A letter issued by a CEMarin researcher in which he / she endorse your application.

The Committee will study the request and give you an answer through an email.

Once linked to the Corporation as an associate researcher, you can participate in the calls addressed to CEMarin researchers.

wdt_ID UNIVERSIDAD INVESTIGADOR CORREO ELECTRÓNICO LÍNEAS DE INVESTIGACIÓN
1 Leibniz Center for Tropical Marine Research (ZMT) - University of Bremen Andreas Kunzmann andreas.kunzmann@leibniz-zmt.de Marine resources; Marine environmental change
2 Leibniz Center for Tropical Marine Research (ZMT) - University of Bremen Achim Schlüter achim.schlueter@leibniz-zmt.de Marine environmental change; Ocean and society
3 Center for Marine Environmental Sciences (MARUM) - University of Bremen Christian Winter cwinter@marum.de Marine environmental change
4 Leibniz Center for Tropical Marine Research (ZMT) - University of Bremen Matthias Wolff matthias.wolff@leibniz-zmt.de Marine resources; Marine environmental change
5 Universidad de la Amazonia Alejandro Reyes Bermúdez an.reyes@udla.edu.co Marine resources; Marine environmental change