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.
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