Funding and Collaboration

Funding and Collaboration

Funding

Period

Funding agency

PI/Role

Topic

Amount granted

2021-2023

Lower Saxony Ministry for Science and Culture (MWK)

Dittmar: PI

Preparation of a DFG collaborative research centre: Ecology of Molecules (EcoMol)

400 k€

2020-2023

Volkswagen

Foundation

ICBM: Dittmar (lead-PI), Blasius, Feudel, Lennartz, Freund, Merder und MPI-DS: Parlitz, Luther, Schemmer

Digitalization - Global carbon cycling and complex molecular patterns in aquatic systems: integrated analyses powered by semantic data management

999 k€

2021-2025

German Science Foundation (DFG)

Niggemann, Dittmar, Waska: PIs

DynaDeep P3, Organic matter: abiotic transformations and microbial interactions

570 k€

2021-2024

German Ministry for Science and Education (BMBF)

Badewien: lead-PI, Dittmar, Lettmann: PIs

Process studies of the stability and vulnerability of carbon storages

in the Baltic and North Seas (PROCARBON)

567 k€

2022-2023

German Science Foundation (DFG)

Dittmar, Seidel: PIs

Amazon-GEOTRACES2 2022/2023 (DFG), Interactions of trace metals, DOM, and particles in the Amazon estuary and plume as key processes for trace metal and DOM fluxes into the Atlantic during the low-discharge period; subproject on DOM

112 k€

2021-2023

German Science Foundation (DFG-IDOP)

Seidel: PI

Biogeochemistry of Dissolved Organic Matter in Hydrothermal Sediments of the Guaymas Basin

255 k €

2020-2023

Volkswagen

Foundation

Lennartz: lead-PI of consortium Dittmar: PI

Research cooperation Israel-Lower Saxnoy - A novel approach to quantify global oceanic emissions of carbonyl sulfide (COS); subproject at ICBM

116 k€

2020-2023

German Ministry for Economy and Energy (BMWi)

Wurl: lead-PI, Badewien, Dittmar: PI

Maritime Traffic Emissions: New monitoring systems for aqueous pollutants (MATE-Aquarius)

1012 k€

2019-2025

German Science Foundation (DFG)

Dittmar: PI

Excellence Cluster: The ocean floor – Earth’s uncharted interface; subproject on DOM

620 k€

2019-2021

JSPS (Japan)

Kida: PI

Unraveling chemodiversity of microbial dissolved organic matter

103 k€

2018-2021

German Science Foundation (DFG)

Niggemann, Dittmar: PIs of sub-project A8

TRR51 Roseobacter, Sub-project A8: Linking the exometabolome of selected pelagic organisms of the Roseobacter clade to marine dissolved organic matter

440 k€

2018-2019

German Science Foundation (DFG)/M147

Dittmar, Seidel: Co-PIs

Amazon-GEOTRACES, Interactions of trace metals, DOM, and particles in the Amazon estuary; subproject on DOM

80 k€

2017-2021

CAPES (Brazil)

Carvalho da Silva: PhD Fellowship

The processing of dissolved organic matter (DOM) in submarine groundwater discharge (SGD): Implications for land-ocean fluxes of organic carbon

67 k€

2017-2019

European Commission,

Marie Curie Fellowship

Catalá: PI

DOC - Dark Ocean Cosmeceuticals: the cosmetical and pharmaceutical potential of marine dissolved organic matter

159 k€

2016-2021

Lower Saxony Ministry for Science and Culture (MWK)

Dittmar: lead-PI (consortium of a total of 15 PIs)

EcoMol: The ecology of molecules

738 k€

2016-2021

Lower Saxony Ministry for Science and Culture (MWK)

Waska: Coordinator & PI, Dittmar: PI (consortium of a total of 6 PIs)

BIME: Assessment of ground- and porewater-derived nutrient fluxes into the German North Sea – Is there a „Barrier Island Mass Effect (BIME)“?

1713 k€

2016-2019

German Science Foundation (DFG), and

Brazilian Research Council (CNPq)

Dittmar: PI

MarDOS: Are permeable coastal sediments hotspots for the formation of non-volatile dissolved organic sulfur (DOS) in the ocean?

210 k€

2014-2019

Peruvian Research Council (FINCyT)

Igarza Tagle: PhD Fellowship

Seasonal variability and dynamics of marine dissolved organic matter in the coastal upwelling system off Peru (PhD fellowship)

110 k€

Collaborations - National

National Collaborations (Joint Publications and/or Projects outside University of Oldenburg, in alphabetic order):

Name

University/Institute

Project

 

W. Bach

MARUM, University Bremen

Deep hydrothermal systems

D. de Beer

Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology, Bremen

Dead Sea

A. Boetius

Alfred Wegener Institute, Bremerhaven

DOM-microbes interactions, deep sea sediments

S. Bühring

MARUM, University Bremen

Shallow hydrothermal systems

R. Daniel and B. Wemheuer

Georg August University, Göttingen

DOM-microbe interactions

G. Gerdts

Alfred Wegener Institute, Helgoland

DOM-microbe interactions

G. Gleixner

Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry, Jena

DOM biogeochemistry in groundwaters

H.P. Grossart

Leibniz-Inst. of Freshwater Ecol. and Inland Fisher., Berlin

DOM-microbe interactions

T. Harder

Alfred Wegener Institute and University of Bremen

DOM characterization with NMR

J.H. Hehemann

Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology, Bremen

Polysaccharide processing

M. Holtappels

Alfred Wegener Institute, Bremerhaven

Antarctic Bottom Water formation and DOM

K. Jürgens

Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research, Warnemünde

Terrigenous DOM processing

A. Koschinsky

Jacobs University, Bremen

Trace metal DOM interactions

M. Kuypers

Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology, Bremen

Nitrogen biogeochemistry

M. Liebeke

Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology, Bremen

Seagrass DOM

N. Loick-Wilde

Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research, Warnemünde

DOM in the Baltic Sea

N. Moosdorf

Leibniz-Center for Tropical Marine Ecology, Bremen

Subterranean estuaries

G. Mollenhauer

AWI, Bremerhaven

Radiocarbon dating of DOM

M. Müller-Petke

Leibniz Institute for Applied Geophysics, Hannover

DynaDeep

W. Orsi

Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich

Fungal DOM transformation

V.E.A. Post

Federal Institute of Geosciences and Natural Resources (BGR), Hannover

DynaDeep

S. Pötz and J. Menges

GFZ Helmholtz Centre Potsdam

Sourcing and riverine transport of POM

U. Riebesell

GEOMAR Helmholtz Center, Kiel

Ocean acidification

F. Schubotz

MARUM, University Bremen

Oil seeps in the Gulf of Mexico

H. Schulz

Leibniz-Institute for Baltic Sea Research, Warnemünde

Exometabolomes

J.P. von Kries

Screening Unit, Leibniz-Forschungsinstitut für Molekulare Pharmakologie (FMP), Berlin

Marine DOM bioactivity

I. Wagner-Döbler

Technical University of Braunschweig

Microbial exometabolomes

C. Winter

Christian-Albrechts University, Kiel

DynaDeep

Collaborations - International

International Collaborations (Joint Publications and/or Projects in alphabetic order):

Name

University/Institute

Country

Project

 

T. Battin

Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH), Lausanne

Switzerland

Fluvial networks

M. Benavides

Institute of Research for Development, Marseille

France

Nitrogen fixation

D. Butterfield

University of Washington and NOAA

USA

Deep hydrothermal systems

L.A. Bristow

University of Southern Denmark, Odense

Denmark

DOM substrates nitrification

C. Deutsch

University of Washington

USA

DOM decomposition modelling

S. Doerr, M.W. Jones and C. Santín

Swansea University

UK

Pyrogenic carbon

C. Duarte and J. Arrieta

King Abdulla Univ. of Science and Technology

Saudi Arabia

DOM stability

T. Eglinton and A.I. Coppola

Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH), Zürich

Switzerland

Radiocarbon in DOM

R. Fatland

University of Washington, Seattle

USA

Big data processing and sharing

P. del Giorgio

University of Québec

Canada

Boreal lakes and streams

P. Girguis

University of Harvard

USA

Deep marine aquifers

M. Graco

Peruvian sea Institute (IMARPE)

Peru

DOM in the Peruvian upwelling system

C. Hassler

University Geneva

Switzerland

Ligands

G. Herndl and A. Loy

University of Vienna

Austria

Deep sea DOM biogeochemistry

R. Jaffé

Florida International University, Miami

USA

Rivers and wetlands

S.G. John and R.L. Kelly

University of Southern California, Los Angeles

USA

Black carbon

D.P.A. Kilgour

Nottingham Trent University

UK

Method development FT-ICR-MS

G. Kim

Seoul National University

South-Korea

Subterranean estuary

D. Kirchman

University of Delaware

USA

DOM-microbe interactions in estuaries

P. Lam and J. Füssel

NOCS Southampton

UK

Bacterial DOM transformations, nitrogen cycle

F. López-Figueroa

University of Malaga

Spain

Marine DOM bioactivity

X. Mari

Institute of Research for Development, Marseille

France

Aerosols, vertical carbon transport

P. Medeiros

University of Georgia, Athens

USA

Rivers, coastal biogeochemistry

J. Moffett

University of Southern California

USA

Copper and sulfur biogeochemistry

C.E. Rezende

North Fluminense State University, Campos dos Goytacazes

Brazil

Rivers, coasts

X. Salgado

University of Vigo

Spain

Mediterranean Sea

S. Sander

University of Otago

New Zealand

Ligands, trace metal biogeochemistry

I. Santos

Southern Cross University, Lismore

Australia

Subterranean estuary

M. Schmidt

University Zürich

Switzerland

Pyrogenic carbon

C.J. Schubert

Eawag

Switzerland

Kastanienbaum, DOM extraction, OM in Lake Baikal

R. Sommaruga

University Innsbruck

Austria

Alpine lakes

G. Singer

University of Innsbruck

Austria

DOM-microbe interactions

R. Spencer

Florida State University, Tallahassee

USA

Arctic rivers, glaciers

A. Stubbins

Northeastern University, Boston

USA

General DOM biogeochemistry

M. Tedetti

Mediterranean Institute of Oceanography, Marseille

France

Dissolved black carbon

A. Teske

University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

USA

hydrothermal sediments

A.J. Tanentzap

University of Cambridge

UK

DOM in lake porewaters

L. Tranvik

University of Uppsala

Sweden

Lakes

A. Vähätalo

University of Helsinki

Finland

World Rivers

S. Wagner

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, New York

USA

Pyrogenic carbon

Y. Wu

East China Normal University, Shanghai

China

Pyrogenic carbon

(Changed: 2022-06-01)