In the water, a flagellate powers a current by beating its flagella and draws food closer to capture and engulf it.

PhD defence about feeding mechanisms at the marine microscale

Sei Suzuki-Tellier, DTU Aqua, will defend her PhD thesis "Feeding mechanisms in phagotrophic nanoflagellates. Predation in the Low Reynolds Number World” on Tuesday 26 September 2023, 13:00 on Zoom and at DTU, building 358, room 060B, 2800 Kgs. Lyngby. 


  • Principal supervisor: Professor Thomas Kiørboe, DTU Aqua
  • Co-supervisor: Associate Professor Anders Andersen, DTU Aqua


  • Professor Andre Visser, DTU Aqua (chair)
  • Senior Lecturer Kirsty Wan, University of Exeter, UK
  • Research Scientist Ramon Massana, Institut de Ciències del Mar, Spain

Chairperson at defence

  • Senior Researcher Jane Behrens, DTU Aqua

How to attend the defence

Everybody is welcome to attend Sei Suzuki-Tellier’s defence at DTU, building 358, room 060B, 2800 Kgs. Lyngby. 

It is also possible to attend the defence on Zoom using this link:
Please, enter the meeting 10 minutes prior to the defence proceedings are scheduled to start. All participants are muted per default, but we ask you to double check that your microphone is turned off at all times. 

Learn more

Read more about the thesis on DTU Aqua's website

A copy of the thesis is available by e-mail on request. Please contact Sei Suzuki-Tellier,


Tue 26 Sep 23
13:00 - 16:00


DTU Aqua


On Zoom and at DTU, building 358, room 060B, 2800 Kgs. Lyngby