2nd Young Scientists Workshop

2nd KüNO Young Scientists Workshop

27 April, 2022

9:30 am to 4 pm

Venue: Kleiner Saal, Handwerkskammer Hamburg, Holstenwall 12 (How to get there?)


At the second Young Scientists Workshop of the KüNO network, young scientists from the KüNO projects will present their research topic and discuss it with each other. The event will take place in presence in Hamburg. If you have any questions, please contact the Coordination Office Coast.


  9:30 Greeting & Introduction Franziska Schmacka (Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research Warnemünde)
  9:50 Patterns from vessel tracks: Spatio-temporal variations in German brown shrimp fishery Serra Örey (University of Applied Sciences Bremerhaven, MuSSeL)
  10:30 Spatio-temporal dynamics and vulnerability of fish under climate change: What does the future hold for the Western Baltic Sea? (pdf available here)
Frane Madiraca (University of Hamburg, balt_ADAPT)
  11:10 Predicting harbour porpoises distribution with climate change and anthropogenic activities: a glance into the future (pdf available here)
Rémi Pigeault (Institute for Terrestrial and Aquatic Wildlife Research in Büsum, DAM CoastalFutures)
Lunch break
  12:50 Restoration support structures and artificial seagrass affecting hydro- and morphodynamics
Mareike Taphorn (Leibniz University Hannover, SeaStore)
  13:30 The Impact of chemical contaminants as stressors on different trophic levels (pdf available here)
Safia El Toum (Hamburg University of Applied Sciences, BluEs)
  14:10 Coffee break
  14:40 Storm surges in the Baltic Sea: past, present and projected extreme sea levels (pdf available here)
Marvin Lorenz (Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research Warnemünde, ECAS-Baltic)
  15:20 Coastal adaptation and distributional conflict Geronimo Gussmann (Global, Climate Forum, ECAS-Baltic)
  16:00 Closing