Petteri is the professor of hydrosphere geophysics in the University of Helsinki with a background in physical oceanography. His research focus is in the role of the oceans in providing long term, seasonal to decadal, climatic predictability. For more details, see his research portal profile.

He teaches physical oceanography courses at the graduate and undergraduate levels.

Ekaterina's research interests include atmosphere-biosphere-land surface interactions and climate-health issues. For more details, see her university research portal page.

She is the responsible teacher for four master-level courses in the geophysics of hydrosphere: Frozen ground, global hydrology, descriptive oceanography and dimensional analysis.

Ivan  is the professor in biohydrometeorology, whose research is mostly related to biosphere-atmosphere interactions and, in particular, on measuring and understanding vertical exchange processes of momentum, energy, greenhouse gases, other trace gases and aerosol particles between the atmosphere and different terrestrial ecosystems (forest, peatland and lake). More about Ivan's research can be found from University of Helsinki research portal.

His teaching involves turbulence theory, physics of lakes and rivers and field course in micrometeorology and hydrology.

Fabio works in the COLD project, where the impact of Antarctic Ice Sheet - Southern Ocean interactions on marine ice sheet stability and ocean circulation is studied. In particular, he investigates how oceanic processes govern the heat transport underneath the ice shelves, and how Antarctic marginal processes might impact large-scale ocean dynamics.

Fabio is involved in teaching of basics in oceanography, dynamic oceanography and glaciology.

Aki is a doctoral candidate, currently working on his PhD thesis 'Gas transfer in an aquatic environment' under the supervision of Prof. Timo Vesala, Petteri Uotila and Ivan Mammarella. His current research concentrates on eddy covariance fluxes, measured during the KITEX campaign in 2018 from the boreal river Kitinen. His other research topics include water-side turbulence. More about Aki's research can be found from University of Helsinki research portal.

Joonatan is a doctoral candidate with a background in hydrology, in particular physics of lakes. His PhD thesis is focused on the energy balance and gas fluxes of lakes in winter and spring. His teaching activities involve in measurement methods in hydrosphere geophysics.

Tereza is a doctoral candidate studying the effects of Arctic amplification and extreme weather in North Europe.

Yafei is a PhD student visiting from the Ocean University of China. His research topics include ocean dynamics, sea-ice geophysics, data assimilation and ocean reanalysis.

Cecilia is a doctoral candidate studying air-ice-sea interactions in the polar oceans.