Tallinna Tehnikaülikool

Short Name: TUT
Country: Estonia
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Description

Tallinn University of Technology (TUT) is committed to high level research and development in the field of engineering, technology, natural and social sciences. TUT comprises four Schools, Maritime Academy and 20 departments including the Department of Marine Systems. TUT owns a research vessel and infrastructure for R&D in oceanography, marine geology, coastal engineering, environmental engineering and related fields. The Department of Marine Systems employs about 60 persons. The research topics of the Department are related to marine physics and ecology, pollution control, coastal planning, remote sensing, and mathematical modelling. The results of basic research are used for the applied tasks, e.g., operational forecasting and environmental monitoring and status assessment. TUT has long experience in using research vessels, ferryboxes, buoy-based and bottom-mounted vertical profilers, gliders and other automated devices. The department is a leading national body in operational oceanography and is a member of EuroGOOS, BOOS, FerryBox, EGO, and other consortia.

Role

TUT will undertake activities in WP4 Call Management and Proposal Evaluation, WP5 Stakeholder engagement, and WP6 Education and Training.

Relevant Publications

  • Lips, U., Laanemets, J., Lips, I., Liblik, T., Suhhova, I., Suursaar, Ü., 2017. Wind-driven residual circulation and related oxygen and nutrient dynamics in the Gulf of Finland (Baltic Sea) in winter. Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science, 195, 4−15.10.1016/j.ecss.2016.10.006.
  • Lips, U., Kikas, V., Liblik, T., Lips, I., 2016. Multi-sensor in situ observations to resolve the sub-mesoscale features in the stratified Gulf of Finland, Baltic Sea. Ocean Science, 12 (3), 715−732.10.5194/os-12-715- 2016.

  • Liblik, T; Karstensen, J; Testor, P; Alenius, P; Hayes, D; Ruiz, S; Heywood, K. J; Pouliquen, S; Mortier, L; Mauri, E., 2016. Potential for an underwater glider component as part of the Global Ocean Observing System. Methods in Oceanography, 50−82.

  • She, J.; Allen, I.; Buch, E.; Crise, A.; Johannessen, J.; Le Traon, P.Y.; Lips, U.; Nolan, G.; Pinardi, N.; Reissmann, J.; Siddorn, J.; Stanev, E.; Wehde, H., 2016. Developing European operational oceanography for Blue Growth, climate change adaptation and mitigation and ecosystem-based management. Ocean Science, 12, 953−976.10.5194/os-12-953-2016.

  • Berdalet, E.; McManus, M.A.; Ross, O.N.; Burchard, H.; Chavez, F.P.; Jaffe, J.S.; Jenkinson, I.R.; Kudela, R.; Lips, I.; Lips, U.; Lucas, A.; Rivas, D.; Ruiz-de la Torre, M.C.; Ryan, J.; Sullivan, J.M.; Yamazaki, H. (2014). Understanding Harmful Algae in Stratified Systems: Review of Progress and Identification of Gaps in Knowledge. Deep-Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography, 101, 4−20.

Address

Ehitajate tee 5, 19086 Tallinn
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