Patrizio Mariani

Patrizio Mariani

Senior Researcher

DTU AQUA
National Institute of Aquatic Resources

Section for Oceans and Arctic

Technical University of Denmark

Kemitorvet

Building 201, room 153

2800 Kgs. Lyngby

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2019
17 JUN

Underwater robot can count starfish and measure biomass

Specially developed smart sensors and underwater cameras can enable robots to handle monitoring tasks in the sea  

Food, fish and agriculture Robot technology and automation Mathematical modelling
01 MAR

Honorable mention by the American Naturalist for our paper on evolution of reproductive strategies in jellyfish

Jellyfish are weird creatures that can reproduce in different modes both sexually and asexually. Similar functional strategies are also present in several other species for both terrestrial and aquatic organisms. However, mechanisms leading to the evolution of this rich reproductive diversity are yet to be clarified. We have developed...

2018
26 NOV

Start-up invents inexpensive technology for conducting measurements in water

New technology is significantly reducing the cost of measuring temperature, currents and pressure in waters near the coast, for example in fish farms or small harbours.

20 FEB

European experts identify key areas for future marine research

Leading ocean experts, including researchers from DTU Aqua, have started work on a publication, which will provide European governments with robust, independent scientific advice and expert opinion on future seas and ocean research to 2030 and beyond.

02 FEB

Improving researchers’ access to the Arctic

DTU is part of a new Arctic Research Icebreaker Consortium, which will provide researchers with improved access to investigate the Arctic

Marine research Polar research
2017
06 MAR

Trophic trait coupling and seasonal succession in plankton

In a new paper we reveal how the seasonal succession within plankton communities can be characterized in terms of a few key traits that govern the shifting trophic arrangements within the plankton community.

02 JAN

Blue Science for Blue Growth

Registration is now open for the EuroMarine event "Blue Science for Blue Growth: EuroMarine, connecting ideas and people" which will take place at the European Parliament in Brussels, Belgium, on 8 February 2017.

Marine research
2016
09 NOV

Global susceptibility of ecosystems to jellyfish – new paper

In a new study, environmental effects on the competition between fish and jellyfish are examined through a trait-based food web model.