Institute of Coastal Systems - Analysis and Modeling
The Institute for Coastal Systems conducts research from physical, ecological and socio-economic perspectives on coastal system change due to climate change and use. We develop prediction methods and future scenarios for coastal systems and their resources, using coupled complex mechanistic and statistical models, as well as state-of-the-art AI methods. By developing digital twins of the coastal environment and providing our reconstruction and future scenarios, we support the sustainable and safe use of coastal systems and create a scientific basis for future-oriented coastal management. With our research, we provide scientific and methodological support for decision-making processes in public and private sectors.
Interview with Ina Teutsch and Jochen Horstmann-
About extreme waves
Ina Teutsch and Jochen Horstmann conducted an interview with Nils Sander from the journal "Seenotretter". Their answers to the question of how and why monster waves develop and how they can possibly be predicted are also available as audible file. more
Corinna Schrum in an interview with Lutz Reiche, Manager Magazin.-
Green hydrogen production on the high seas
Hydrogen, preferably produced with wind power on the high seas, is considered the magic gas that will make industry green and combat climate change. Is this realistic, where does Germany stand here, what are the consequences for the oceans? A conversation with top scientist Corinna Schrum. Interview
What makes waves into monsters-
The arte film from the series "42- The answer to almost everything" with a contribution by Ina Teutsch will be broadcast on 23.10.22 on arte. more
Tides mitigate the impact of wind turbines
Hereon study proves link between tides and strength of current changes caused by offshore wind turbines in the North Sea read more
H2Mare in media reports
Green hydrogen from offshore wind energy
In a two-minute feature on the Tagesschau at 12 noon on September 27, Dr. Beate Geyer reported on the production of green hydrogen from wind energy directly on site at offshore wind farms.