Sponsoring the Next Generation of Ocean Scientists
Sea-Bird Scientific was proud to have exhibited at the Ocean Optics Conference in Quy Nhon, Binh Dinh, Vietnam, from October 2 – 7, this year.
The next generation of ocean scientists will contribute to the preservation of our oceans, and ultimately our planet. That’s why Sea-Bird Scientific is dedicated to ensuring we enable the science that matters by providing financial support to students and young professionals to showcase and communicate their integral oceanography research.
We were honored to have the privilege to sponsor:
Alexandra Cherkasheva, from the Institute of Oceanography of Polish Academy of Sciences
Alexandra Cherkasheva got her PhD in Natural Sciences in 2014 from the
Physics and Electrotechnics department of the University of Bremen,
Germany. Since 2021 she works in the Institute of Oceanology of Polish
Academy of Sciences as a PI of the project focusing on the fate of
Arctic phytoplankton. View her poster here.
Md. Shahin Hossain Shuva, from the University of Chittagong.
“I am Md. Shahin Hossain Shuva from Bangladesh. I have completed my MSc in Oceanography from the Department of Oceanography, University of Bangladesh. Currently, I am working as a Research Assistant.”
Our team had the pleasure of meeting them at the Ocean Optics conference this year to discuss their research. Thank you Alexandra and Shahin Hossain for chatting with our team about the incredible work you’re each doing in ocean science.
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