The institute actively cooperates with many different researchers and institutions from Germany and all over the world. This is, amongst others, reflected in many joint scientific publications. Morever, the fact that there are more than 30 different nationalities at the MPIMM demonstrates that the institute is attractive for many scientists.
Here is a selection of our current collaborations and memberships:
German Marine Research Alliance
The DAM aims to strengthen the sustainable use of coasts, seas and oceans through research and transfer, data management and digitalisation, and by coordinating the infrastructures. To this end, the DAM is working together with its member institutions to develop solution-oriented knowledge and to communicate potential courses of action to politics, business and civil society.
German Marine Research Consortium
KDM was founded in 2004 as an association of marine research institutions in Germany. Since 2018, the association has focused on the bottom-up strategic capacity of the marine research community as well as networking in the broader international community. In doing so, KDM works closely with the German Alliance for Marine Research, which was founded in 2019.
Collaboration Network of Marine Graduate Programs
Leibniz Graduate School
Oldenburg Graduate School
Postgraduate Programme Environmental Physics
The language of education in all graduate courses is English. In most programs, international students make up half of the student body. Close cooperation between the research institutions ensures that early career scientists are welcome to participate in trainings offered by programs other than their own.