Per Juel Hansen

Per Juel Hansen

Professor

Name
Per Juel Hansen

Nationality
Danish

Born
February 19th, 1961

Address
Marine Biological Section, University of Copenhagen
Strandpromenaden 5, DK-3000 Helsingør
Tel. 35321985

Private address
Stjernevej 15, 3100 Hornbæk
Tel. 26782117

Education and professional career
Since 2013
Full Professor, Marine biological Section, University of Copenhagen

1996-2013
Associate Professor, Marine Biological Laboratory, University of Copenhagen

1993-1996
Assistant Professor, Marine Biological Laboratory, University of Copenhagen

1992-1993
Research fellow, National Environmental Research Institute

1992
PhD, University of Copenhagen, February 20th

1988
Master of Science, University of Copenhagen, September 23th
 
Adminstrative experiences
Section Head of the Marine Biological Section (2013-15). Member of the Arctic Station Council (2013-present), Member of the board of Marine Biological Section (2012-2016), Member of the board of Marine Biological Laboratory (2003-2005; 2005-2007). Member of the National Council of Oceanology (2003-present). Manager of 3 Natural Research Council framework programmes, 1 Strategic Research Council project, and 1 Willum Kann Rasmussen project as well as PI on > 10 national grants (FNU, Carlsberg, VKR, DANIDA) and 4 international grants: 2 EU grants (BIOHAB, NTAP), 1 IAEA grant, and 1 Leverhulme Foundation grant. I have been on >20 PhD evaluation committees in DK, Sweden, Norway, France and Italy and on 10 evaluation committees for hiring permanent faculty at Danish and foreign Universities (incl. Germany and USA).

External grants (since 2000)
2018-2020: 3.6 mill DKK (Manager, Ministry of the Environment, MarineBasisDisko); 2018: 0.5 mill DKK Green Melt Cruise, Disko, Greenland; 2017-2022: 4.3 mil DKK (PI, EU-ITN; MixITiN, 2 PhD students); 2015-2019: 5.67 mill DKK (Manager, DFF-2 project, AQ-mix); 2015-2017: 2 mill DKK (PI, EU-Marie-Curie stipend); 2015-2019: 2 mill DKK (PI, Innovation Fund Denmark; Danish-Brazilian Cooperation; SAFEFISH); 2014: 0.45 mill DKK (together with Jens Høeg for an inverted microscope); 2012-2016: 17.2 mil DKK, (Manager; Strategic Research Council; HABFISH); 2012-2016: 2 mill DKK (PI; VKR Centre of excellence, post doc + expenses), 2012-2015: 0.3 mill DKK (PI; VKR, Primitive eyes, expenses); 2011-2013: ~100.000 DKK (PI; Leverhulme grant, UK, travels expenses); 2008-2012: 1.7 mil DKK (PI; Marinvac, Strategic Research Council, PhD + expenses); 2008-2012: 1.5 mill DKK (PI; MarBioShell, Strategic Research Council, PhD + expenses); 2007-2009: 1.2 mill DKK (Manager; Mixotrophic consortia, FNU-framework program, expenses);2006: 58.000 (FNU, Galathea 3 project); 2004-2006:500,000 DKK (Manager; pH and plankton, SNF-framework, expenses); 2004-2006: 2.067,000 DKK (Villum Kann Rasmussen, 1 post doc, ½ technician, expenses); 2002: 80,000 DKK (SNF-framework, expenses); 2001-2004: 2,100,000 DKK (EU-NTAP,  1. post. doc + expenses); 2001: 238,000 DKK (SNF-equipment); 2000-2003: 1,710,000 DKK (EU-BIOHAB, 1. post doc + expenses),1999-2001: 252,000 DKK (SNF-framework).

Teaching and supervision experience
I teach a number of undergraduate and graduate courses at the University of Copenhagen. I have been a teacher on 12 PhD courses in DK and abroad. I have previously supervised 35 Master students, 13 PhD students and 10 post docs. Currently, I am the supervisor/co-supervisor of eight PhD students. Production of MS and PhD candidates in the period 2010-present: 14 and 8, respectively.

International relations
Through my research I have collaborated intensively in various projects with international research groups from the US, France, UK, Germany, Sweden, Norway, Finland, Thailand, The Philippines, Korea, Belgium and Australia. I have taken part in a number of international projects as well as have included international researchers in larger national projects. Recent projects include the HABFISH/SAFEFISH projects, the AQ-mix projects (DFF-2 project), and the EU-ITN project MixITiN.  

Conferences, workshops and outreach
> 90 presentations at national and international conferences and workshops. Scientific contributions to national media, public talks and events.   
Referee and editorial tasks: Member of the scientific advisory board of the journal Harmful algae, review editor for Aquatic Microbial Ecology (2006-present) and Marine Ecology Progress Series (2007-present), associate reviewer for J. Euk Microbiol (2005-present), and referee for > 15 international scientific journals.       
 
Publications
129 scientific papers in international journals with "peer review"; 48 of these since 2015, 5 book chapters with peer review, 22 reports, book reviews, and popular papers in Danish and English. Citation record (as of May 13, 2020): 6263 ISI Web of Science citations (All databases). H-index: 42.

Education

PhD

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