Samuel Mintah Ayim

Samuel Mintah Ayim

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Samuel Mintah Ayim

Research Interest

I have a general interest in Ocean-Atmosphere interactions and physical oceanography as well as a quest of using science and technology to make life better, to educate the public through media outlets and to provide information for policy makers. The Sea-surface Micro Layer (SML) has largely been married with the sea surface in general and studied as one unit despite its unique nature. My interest centres on understanding the SML behavior over space and time with focus on the essential climate variables.

Education

03/2023 - Current PhD Candidate at Institute for Chemistry and Biology of the Marine Environment (ICBM), Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg
   
01/2020 - 11/2021 MSc. Climate Change and Marine Sciences, Universidade Technica do Atlantico (Mindelo, Cape Verde)
   
09/2014 - 06/2018 BSc. Marine Science, University of Ghana (Accra-Legon, Ghana)

 

Research Experience

11/2020 - 11/2021 MSc Thesis: Investing Coastal Sea-level Variability of the Cape Verde Archipelago in the face of Climate Change
   
09/2021 - 11/2021 Intern (Research Stay): Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research (GEOMAR) Kiel, Germany
   
09/2017 - 06/2018 BSc Thesis: Using Pixel Based Approach on Colored Images to help Automatic Detection of Beach Litter
   
06/2017 - 05/2018 Intern: ECOWAS Coastal & Marine Resources Management Centre (Legon, Ghana)

 

Research Cruises

27/10 – 02/11/2023 R/V Heincke (HE626-2), North Sea
   

20/07 – 10/08/2023 

R/V Heincke (HE626), North Sea
   
27/05/2021 S/Y Eugen Seibold [Cape Verde Waters]
   
03/2021 Espadarte [Cape Verde Bay]

 

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