Prof. Dr. Kalev Sepp

Estonian University of Life Sciences suggests research topics:

  • Ecosystem service provision in coastal wetlands: implications of global change.
  • Ecosystem service provision in coastal ecosystems in Vietnam: implications of global change.
  • Ecosystem service provision in coastal ecosystems in Malaysia implications of global change.
  • Data integration and participatory process in developing integrated coastal zone management (ICZM).
  • Premises of marine spatial planning. Current use of marine areas, future prospects, and knowledge base concerning marine areas.
  • Planning at the edge: Integrating across the land-sea divide.
  • Sustainable Coastal tourism – an integrated planning and management approach.

Dr Vincenzo Maccarrone

Italian National Research Council Institute for Marine Biological Resources and Biotechnology (CNR-IRBIM) Lab on Integrated sustainable and resilient management of coastal zone

 Quintuple helix approach in integrated coastal zona management

  • Provide access for small-scale artisanal fishers to marine resources and markets
  • Increase the economic benefits to Small Island from the sustainable use of marine resources, including through sustainable management of fisheries, aquaculture and tourism
  • Sustainability management of protect marine and coastal ecosystems to avoid significant adverse impacts, including by strengthening their resilience.

Dr Pierluigi Strafella

Italian National Research Council Institute for Marine Biological Resources and Biotechnology (CNR-IRBIM)

  • Biodiversity, spatial distribution and persistence of mega- and macro-zoobenthic assemblages along the Vietnamese coasts.
  • Marine Vietnamese megafauna assessment through Bycatch: monitoring biodiversity, community composition and ecosystem structure.
  • Microplastics occurrence and composition in the trophic chain of the Vietnamese sea, from the sediment to the seafood.
  • Assessment of seabed and floating litter along the Vietnamese coasts: identification of source and eventual relationships with the relevant socioeconomic activities in the area

Dr Marco Torri

Italian National Research – Institute for the study of anthropic impact and sustainability in the marine environmentn(CNR-IAS)

  • Monitoring of biological resources: early life stages and management implications.

Dr Francesco Filiciotto

Italian National Research –  Institute of Polar Science (CNR-ISP) Bio Sound Ecology Lab

  • Ecological and Physiological aspects of marine animals related to acoustic pollution;
  • Sea soundscape for the assessment of marine habitat.

 

Prof. Doctor Nguyen Ky Phung

Potential areas for PhD supervision:

  • Monitoring in Hydrology and Environment
  • Hydrodynamic in river estuary and sea
  • Modeling sediment transportation in river and coastal area (waves, tides, distribution of salt)
  • Modeling and forecasting the distribution of pollution
  • Climate change
  • Environment

PhD Le Thi Kim Thoa

Potential areas for PhD supervision:

  • Application of remote sensing and GIS in natural resources and environment management
  • Impacts of climate change on livelihoods, socio-economy, and environment in coastal areas and islands. Vulnerability assessment of climate change impacts.
  • Climate change and sea level rise
  • Small islands
  • Economic Geography and Regional Development

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Nguyen Thi Van Ha

Potential areas for PhD supervision:

  • water pollution management,
  • environmental planning,
  • smart City,
  • ecology and environment,
  • industrial ecology,
  • environmental quality management,
  • environmental management,
  • environmental impact assessment and risk assessment,
  • environmental economic,
  • environmental project management,
  • environmental safeguard policy,
  • hazardous waste and solid waste management, environmental data analysis and statistical engineering,
  • climate changes,
  • energy projects (hydropower, thermal power, renewable energy and biomass energy),
  • financial engineering,
  • smart and sustainable Cities.
  • Climate change resilience for urban,
  • solar rooftop,
  • solar power plant master plan,
  • applied sustainability,
  • strategy environmental assessment.

 

This project has been funded by Erasmus+ CBHE programme of the European Union.

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This project No. 610327-EPP-1-2019-1-DE-EPPKA2-CBHE-JP has been funded by Erasmus+ CBHE programme of the European Union.