Calls

CEMarin early stage researchers (call for applications 3)

In recent years, we have benefitted around 50 students through doctoral fellowships, thesis co-direction between Colombian and German scientists, internships at partner institutions in both countries, funding of thesis projects, and organization of basic field courses, specialized advanced courses, workshops and seminars taught in Colombia and Germany.

These benefits are granted to the participants of Call for Applications 2 for Early Stage researchers of CEMarin, which allows them to obtain this status defined by our Scientific Committee for enrollment and access to financial support. This call for applications opened on September 10, 2015, and remains open with different deadlines during the year, so that doctoral students who meet the established requirements can form part of our corporation in this category.

Another type of call for applications allows them to obtain support from CEMarin to fund new research projects. We had the support of assessors specialized in the projects’ different topics and the approval of the Scientific Committee’s assessments. This also gives CEMarin Early Stage Researchers the benefit of participating in workshops and conferences of a high academic standard.

Projects that CEMarin has funded:

  • Sustainability drivers for the artisanal fisheries of the Colombian Pacific Coast
  • Pilot treatment for inactivation on port of alien species from ballast
  • Factors that regulate reproductive success in the invasion process of a marine fish in tropical environments
  • Assessment of marine grass as carbon reservoirs: a case study in the Colombian Caribbean
  • Testing the incipient ecological speciation in the Caribbean octocoral Antillogorgia bipinnata (Cnidaria: Octocorallia): an integrative approach
  • Calcification rates & development in octocorals from the genus Pterogorgia guadalupensis under ocean acidification conditions
  • The impact of ocean warming and ocean acidification on coral associated bacteria and their interaction with the coral host
  • Reef-building Vermetidae in the Caribbean
  • Evaluation of the population status of two native sea cucumbers in the Colombian Caribbean and laboratory trials for reproduction and culture
  • Compared phylogeography of marine organisms with ample and limited vagility in the south Caribbean
  • Analysis of gene co-expression associated with imposex induced by exposure to organotin compounds
  • Population dynamics and structure of shallow water shrimp (Farfantepenaeus notialis) in the Colombian Caribbean for management and conservation
  • Molecular characterization of epiphytic bacteria of Ulva lactuca and search for enzymes with biotechnological potential
  • Ecological diversification and phylogenomics of Caribbean octocoral genus eunicea
  • Geomorphological recent evolution of Buenaventura ́s bay: natural dynamic and anthropogenic influences
  • Metagenome and transcriptome assembling of the hermatypic coral Porites rus: a holobiont approach under a climate change scenario
  • Prediction and seasonality of potential fishing areas for common dolphinfish (Coryphaena hippurus) and tuna (Scombridae family)

Calls

Call No 11 – Scientific projects manager

Call No. 11 of 2017, Addendum No. 1 December  1th of 2017 In compliance with principles of equality and transparency CEMarin modifies the terms of the call No. 11 regarding to the deadline for applications and the publication of results, as follows: DEADLINE December 15th of 2017 PUBLICATION OF RESULTS ...
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CEMarin Early Stage Researchers (Call for Applications 3)

In recent years, we have benefitted around 50 students through doctoral fellowships, thesis co-direction between Colombian and German scientists, internships at partner institutions in both countries, funding of thesis projects, and organization of basic field courses, specialized advanced courses, workshops and seminars taught in Colombia and Germany. These benefits are ...
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