Fabian Mollet

Fabian Mollet studied marine biology in France (Marseille), Spain (Alicante), and Portugal (Lisbon).
Fabian Mollet

Fabian Mollet

From 2006 to 2009 he worked on his PhD at the Dutch Institute for Marine Resources & Ecosystem Studies IMARES (University of Wageningen) within the frameworks of the European RTN project FishACE and the international network FinE. The focus of his work was on life history evolution; in particular the evolutionary changes which fish stocks undergo as a consequence of fishing, evaluated in empirical analyses, as well as modeling of the associated processes. He used the North Sea flatfish fishery as a case study. 

In summer 2007 Dr. Mollet was a participant in the YSSP program and has returned to IIASA regularly since then. His current research interests are focused on eco-genetic modeling to explain sexual size dimorphism, simulation of fisheries-induced-evolution and evaluation of management options as well as the assessment of the evolutionary impact for management advice.

Phone: +43 2236 807 321 
Fax: +43 2236 807 466
Room: S-113

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