Mentorship 2022

The 2022 TPSF Mentorship programme ran between April and November 2022 and counted with 6 pairs of mentors and mentees who held remote mentorship with regular online meetings. Mentors & mentees decided themselves on their meetings frequency and duration, as well as topics to be discussed.

The duos discussed topics of science and career advice and some are even developing small research projects, even with the 2022 programme officially concluded. The general feedback is very positive and all mentees stated the programme had a strong impact on their career.

Mentee

Name & Affiliation

External links

Mentor

Name & Affiliation

External links

Emmanuel Magnangou,

University of Kara, Togo.

ORCID

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Dr Bennet Foli,

University of Ghana Regional Marine Centre

Adeola Dahunsi,

UNESCO International Chair in Mathematical Physics and Applications, University of Abomey-Calavi, Benin.

ORCID

Research Gate

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Other

Dr Bennet Foli,

University of Ghana Regional Marine Centre

Pavas Kumar,

Department of Oceanography and Coastal Area Studies, Alagappa University, India.

ORCID

Research Gate

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Other

Dr Sebastian Krieger,

Bloomberg, Brazil

Md Nabid Hashar,

Department of Oceanography, Shahjalal University of Science and Technology, Bangladesh.

ORCID

Research Gate

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Other

Dr Gemma Kulk,

Plymouth Marine Laboratory, UK

Nabanita Das,

Department of Oceanography, Shahjalal University of science and Technology, Bangladesh.

ORCID

Research Gate

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Other

Dr Shubha Sathyendranath,

Plymouth Marine Laboratory, UK

ORCID

Research Gate

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Other

Md. Shahin Hossain Shuva,

Department of Oceanography, University of Chittagong, Bangladesh.

ORCID

Research Gate

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Other

Dr. Kunal Chakraborty,

Indian National Centre for Ocean Information Services.

More about the Trevor Platt Science Foundation Mentorship programme here.