Aicha Berrada

Institute of Agronomy and Veterinary Medicine Hassan II

Alaia Morell

Doctorant at IFREMER

Alain de Verneil

New York University Abu Dhabi

Alan Haynie

NOAA Fisheries

Alex Lira


Alexa Latapy

PhD student at Université Littoral Côte d’Opale

Alexandre Epinoux

Doctorant chercheur at Stazione Zoologica Anton Dohrn

Alexei Pinchuk

University of Alaska

Alice Newton

Centre for Marine and Environmental Research, University of Algarve

Alicia Said

Post-doctoral fellow at UMR-AMURE, Brest, France

Alida Bundy

Research Scientist - Marine Ecosystems at Fisheries and Oceans Canada

Alina Wieczorek

Postdoc in MEESO project at Marine Institute Ireland

Aliou Sall


Alistair Hobday

Research Scientist at CSIRO

Alistair is a Research Director at CSIRO Oceans and Atmosphere and an Adjunct Professor at the University of Tasmania. He completed an undergraduate degree at Stanford University and a PhD at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography. His research focuses on investigating the impacts of climate extremes, variability and change on marine biodiversity and fishery resources, and developing, prioritising and testing adaptation options to underpin sustainable use and conservation into the future. His projects involve multi-disciplinary teams that seek to support management and policy uptake of research, via co-production with stakeholders. In addition to more than 240 publications, he contributed to the IPCC 4th and 5th assessment Australasia chapters, covering fisheries, oceanic and coastal systems, and is an editor for Fisheries Oceanography, Marine Ecology Progress Series, and Global Change Biology. He is former co-chair of IMBeR´s CLIOTOP (Climate Impacts on Top Ocean Predators) regional programme and is a current Scientific Steering Committee member of IMBeR.

Amanda Schadeberg

Wageningen University and Research

Amane Fujiwara

Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology

Ana Belén Venegas

Universidad de Concepcion

Anastasia Tsiola

Hellenic Centre for Marine Research, HCMR

Andrea Bryndum-Buchholz

Postdoctoral researcher at Dalhousie University

I’m a postdoctoral researcher at the Department of Biology of Dalhousie University (Canada) and a MEOPAR postdoctoral fellow. I received my PhD in 2020 from Dalhousie University, during which I have also taught academic writing as a Writing Tutor at the Dalhousie Writing Center. I have received my BSc in Biology from University of Tübingen (Germany) in 2012, and my MSc in Aquatic Ecology from Lund University (Sweden) in 2015

Andrés Beita-Jiménez

M.Sc. student at Fisheries and Marine Institute, Memorial University Of Newfoundland, Canada.

Anette Wold

Norwegian Polar Institute

Angela Martin

Research Fellow / PhD Candidate at University of Agder (UiA)

Angelica Pena

DFO, Canada

Angus Atkinson

Plymouth Marine Laboratory

Anja Engel

Geomar Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel

Anna Belcher

Ecological Biogeochemist at British Antarctic Survey

Anna Zivian

Senior Research Fellow at Ocean Conservancy

Anne Goffart

University of Liege

Anne Kirstine Frie

Institute of Marine Research, Norway

Anne Lorrain

Chargée de recherche at IRD

Annette Breckwoldt

Leibniz Centre for Tropical Marine Research (ZMT) Bremen

Annukka Lehikoinen

Post doctoral researcher at University of Helsinki

Anoop Das Karumampoyil

Centre for Conservation Ecology, MES Mampad College, India

Anthony Banyouko Ndah

NF-POGO Centre of Excellence, Alfred Wegener Institute

Anwesha Ghosh

Indian Institute of Science Education and Research Kolkata

Aoi Sugimoto

Japan Fisheries Research & Education Agency

Arianna Liconti

Plymouth University and Marine Biological Association

Armelle Jung

DRDH (Des Requins et Des Hommes), Technopôle Brest FRANCE

Arnaud Lheureux

PhD Student at Université De Bordeaux

Arnaud Louchart

PhD Student at Université Du Littoral Côte D'opale

Arnault Lebris

Memorial University of Newfoundland

Ashley Wilson

Fisheries Science Officer at Pew Charitable Trusts

Over 10 years experience working on UK and EU fisheries management & research.

Astrid Jarre

University of Cape Town

Ateret Shabtay

Universitè De La Rèunion

Augustin Lafond

Mediterranean Institute of Oceanography

Aulia Aji

Diponegoro University

Aurélien Boyé


Barb Muhling

University of California - Santa Cruz and NOAA NMFS

Barbara Neis

Professor at Memorial University

Beatrice Ferreira

professor at UFPE

Bed Head


Ben Fitzhugh

University of Washington

Ben Laurel

NOAA Alaska Fisheries Science Center

Benjamin Kuerten

Research Center Juelich

Benoit Espinola

PhD student at University of Southampton

Bernard Quéguiner

Aix-Marseille University / MIO

Beth Fulton

Research Group Leader at CSIRO

Bettina Kleining

University of Aberdeen /GEOMAR Helmholz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel

Betty Queffelec


Bianca Haas

Centre for marine socioecology

Blanche Saint-Béat

International Join Laboratory Takuvik

Bong-Oh Kwon

Associate Research Professor at Seoul National University

Bungo Nishizawa

Hokkaido University

Bérengère Husson

Imr Tromsø

Calum Preece

Research Associate at University of Liverpool

Cameron Speir

Economist at NOAA

Camilla Novaglio

Postdoc at Center for Marine Socioecology

Carey McGilliard

Quantitative Fisheries Ecologist at National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Carol Robinson

Professor of Marine Sciences at University of East Anglia

Carol Robinson is a Professor of Marine Sciences at the University of East Anglia in the UK and Chair of the Scientific Steering Committee of IMBeR. Her research focuses on the role of marine bacteria, phytoplankton and zooplankton in the global cycling of carbon and oxygen, and how this varies in space and time and with changing environmental conditions such as increasing nutrient supply, temperature and carbon dioxide and decreasing dissolved oxygen. This involves laboratory and field observations, including the use of gliders and time series datasets, remote sensing and numerical models. Carol currently leads two international projects which study the role of marine bacteria and phytoplankton respiration in the cycling and sequestration of carbon, and her team contributes to projects on zooplankton mediated carbon flux in the Southern Ocean and quantifying the capacity for marine carbon storage as recalcitrant dissolved organic carbon and how this might change in a changing environment. Carol’s presentation will summarise recent key advances in IMBeR science and propose some future directions that will help address the research questions identified in the IMBeR Science Plan as needed to progress towards securing sustainable, productive and healthy oceans.

Carolina Araújo

Oceanographic Institute, Univerity of Sao Paulo

Carolyn Lundquist

NIWA and the University of Auckland

Catherine Munschy

Chercheur at IFREMER

Cecilia Engler

Research Assistant at Dalhousie University

Cecilia Laspoumaderes

Alfred Wegener Institute - CONICET

Celia Marlowe

PHD Candidate at University of East Anglia

Chaewon Yoo

currently none

Charles Cadier

MER Consortium

Charlotte Laufkötter

Bern University

Chelsey Baker

PhD Student at University of Southampton

Cheng Tang

Yantai Institute of Coastal Zone Research, CAS

Chiara Venier

National Research Council - Institute of Marine Sciences

Chloe Bracis

Postdoctoral Researcher at IFREMER

Christina McGraw

University of Otago

Christopher Cvitanovic

Australian National University

Chunjiang Guan

National Marine Environmental Monitoring Center,China

Clara Manno

British Antarctic Survey

Clara Obregón Lafuente

PHD Candidate at Murdoch University

Clément Dupont


Colette Wabnitz

Research Associate at The University of British Columbia

Courtenay E. Parlee

Memorial University Of Newfoundland

Cristina Fernandez

University Of Vigo

Cécile Guieu

CNRS-Sorbonne University - Laboratoire d'Océanographie de Villefranche (LOV)

Cédric Cotté


Cédric Léo Meunier

Alfred-Wegener-Institute, Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research

Danai Tembo

Nelson Mandela University

Dave Reid

Marine Institute

David Point

Institute for Research and Development (IRD)

David VanderZwaag

Dalhousie University

Deniz DISA

PhD Student at ETH Zurich

Denny N Sugianto

Universitas Diponegoro

Derek Armitage

University of Waterloo

Derek Armitage is Professor, School of Environment, Resources and Sustainability and co-lead of the Environmental Change and Governance Group at the University of Waterloo (Canada). His research focuses on the human dimensions of environmental change, community-based conservation and the relationship to adaptive and collaborative forms of governance in coastal systems. He has worked on interdisciplinary projects in Canada, southeast Asia and the Caribbean, and has led working groups in several major research partnerships, including the Community Conservation Research Network, the OceanCanada Partnership, and the Partnership for Canada-Caribbean Community Climate Change Adaptation. He is co-editor of 'Governing the Coastal Commons: Communities, Resilience and Transformation' (Routledge).

Devi Veytia

Institute For Marine And Antarctic Studies

Diana Nur Afifah

Universitas Diponegoro

Didier Gascuel


Dieter Wolf-Gladrow


Dominique Pelletier

Senior researcher at IFREMER

Domitille Louchard

PhD student at ETH

Eddie Allison

University Of Washington

Eddie is a Professor in the College of the Environment at the University of Washington, Seattle, WA, USA. His research centres on the human connection to natural resources. His primary areas of focus are 1) the contribution of fisheries and aquaculture to food and nutrition security and coastal livelihoods, 2) governance of small-scale fisheries and aquaculture production and the human rights of fisherfolk, and 3) the vulnerability and adaptation to climate change of people dependent on marine and freshwater resource.

Eduardo Erazo Acosta

University of Nariño

Eike Holzkämper

Leibniz Centre for Tropical Marine Research; University of Bremen

Eike Koehn

Environmental Physics, Institute of Biogeochemistry and Pollutant Dynamics, ETH Zürich, Zürich

Eileen Hofmann

Professor at Old Dominion University

Elena Eriksen

scientist at IMR

Elena Fily

Université de Bretagne Occidentale

Elena Lloret

Researcher PhD Student at Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas

Eleuterio Yanez

Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso

Elliot Sivel

Institute of Marine Research, Norway

Elodie Salmon

Center for Coastal Physical Oceanography.

Elvira Pulido

CNRS - Mediterranean Institute of Oceanography

Emile Faure

Laboratoire d'Océanographie de Villefranche

Emilie Geissinger

PhD candidate at Memorial University of Newfoundland

Emma Cavan

Postdoctoral Researcher at Imperial College London

Emmanuel Laurenceau-Cornec

Post-Doctoral Research fellow at University of Tasmania

Enno Prigge

GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel

Eric Galbraith


Eric Galbraith is an ICREA Research Professor, based at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona in Spain. He  previously worked as a research associate at Princeton University in the USA, and as a professor at McGill University in Canada. His research is broadly interdisciplinary, and is generally concerned with using numerical models and data analysis to better understand the interactions between climate change, human activities and the marine ecosystem. Eric has worked on both past and anticipated climate changes and their links with ocean biogeochemistry, as well general principles of air-sea exchange, nutrient cycling and ecosystem stoichiometry. His current research focuses on the inclusion of fishing activity as an integral component of global marine ecosystem models, to better understand linkages from human wellbeing to biogeochemical cycling, and to inform future projections. He is a founding coordinator of the fisheries and marine ecosystem model intercomparison project (Fish-MIP).

Eric Wade

PhD Student at Oregon State University

Eva Plaganyi

Senior Principal Research Scientist & Team Leader at CSIRO

Eva Velasco

Instituto Español Oceanografía

Fabio Boschetti

Research Scientist at CSIRO

Fang Zhang

Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Fang Zuo

Deputy Executive Officer at IMBeR Regional Project Office, East China Normal University

Fanny Noisette

professor in biological oceanography at Institut des Sciences de la Mer (UQAR-ISMER)

Faycal Kessouri

Southern California Coastal Water Research Project

Federico Baltar

University of Vienna

Feng Zhou

Second Institute of Oceanography, Ministry of Natural Resources

Flora Desmet

PHD Student at ETH Zürich

Florent Le Courtois

Researcher in Underwater Acoustics at SHOM

Florian Koch

Principal Investigator “ViTMeD”/member of Helmholtz group “ECOTRACE” at Alfred Wegener Institut/Technical University Bremerhaven

Francesc Peters

Institute of Marine Sciences, CSIC

Francisco Chavez


Franck Fu


Francois Bastardie

Senior Fisheries Researcher at DTU Aqua

Frank Muller-Karger

Professor at University of South Florida

Franz Mueter

Associate Professor at University of Alaska Fairbanks

Franziska Pausch

Alfred Wegener Institute

PhD student

Frederic Planchon

Laboratory of Environmental Marine Sciences (LEMAR)

Friedrich Burger

University of Bern

Frode Vikebø

Institute of Marine Research, Norway

Frédérique Alban


Gabriel Dulaquais

Laboratoire des Sciences de I'Environnement Marin - UBO

Gael Forget

Research Scientist at Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Garry Stenson

Fisheries and Oceans Canada

Gaël Le Croizier

Institut de Recherche pour le Développement

Gaëtan Olivier

Doctorant at Laboratoire des sciences de l'Environnement MARin (LEMAR)

George Hunt

University of Washington

George Watters


Gerhard Herndl

University of Vienna

Guillaume Charria

Researcher at LOPS/IFREMER

Guillaume Feuilloley

Doctorant at IFREMER

Guillermo Ortuño Crespo

Ph.D. student at Duke University

Guodong Song

Key Laboratory of Marine Chemistry Theory and Technology, Ocean University of China

Haakon Hop

Norwegian Polar Institute

Haimanti Biswas

National Institute of Oceanography (CSIR)

Hannah Bassett

University of Washington, Seattle

Heidi Pethybridge

CSIRO Oceans & Atmosphere

Heike Schwermer

Phd Student at University of Hamburg

Henrik Österblom

Professor at Stockholm Resilience Centre

Hiroaki Saito

Proffesor at The University of Tokyo

Hiroki Fujita

Master course student at Hiroshima University

Hongliang Li

The Second Institute of Oceanography, MNR

Hyung-Gyu Lim


I wonder how and how much air-sea-bio interaction can affect the climate sensitivity in tropical Pacific and polar regions by using GFDL earth system model. Using this model, I will show some results from external forcings of both nitrogen and carbon dioxide emissions in the future Arctic climate. I am pleased to get this opportunity, any comments and discussions in IMBER future ocean2 conference.

Ichiro Yasuda

The University of Tokyo

Ida Maria Bonnevie

Aalborg University Copenhagen

Inga Hense

University of Hamburg

Ingrid van Putten

CSIRO Oceans and Atmosphere

Ingrid van Putten is a Research Scientist with CSIRO Oceans and Atmosphere in the ecosystem modelling team and a Senior Adjunct Researcher at the Centre of Marine Socioecology at the University of Tasmania. Her research focuses on using behavioural sciences, in particular behavioural economics, to improve our understanding of the social and economic behaviour of marine resource users (fisheries, aquaculture, recreation, and other marine sectors) and their interactions with the biophysical marine environment. She tries to improve the management and long term viability of coupled social-ecological systems by better understanding what prompts resource user’s behaviour and find tractable ways to influence their behaviour and reduce risks. Ingrid´s work is both theoretical and applied/empirical, making use of both qualitative and quantitative methods, and a combination of analytical and statistical approaches. She uses different modelling tools and approaches (e.g. Bayesian and network analysis) to represent resource user behaviour and interactions at the appropriate level of complexity. A large part of her research consists of working in interdisciplinary teams and connecting the ecological and human dimensions of marine and coastal management.

Inna Senina

Collecte Localisation Satellites

Inès Mangolte


Irene Alabia

Postdoctoral Researcher at Hokkaido University

Jack Daly

Graduate Student at Memorial University of Newfoundland

Jamie Tam

Fisheries and Oceans Canada

Jan Bebbington

Professor Of Accounting at University of Birmingham

Jana Hinners

University of Edinburgh

Jason Hall-Spencer

Professor of Marine Biology at Universities of Plymouth, Tsukuba and Xiamen

Jason Landrum

Officer at Lenfest Ocean Program

Javier Porobic


Jean-Baptiste Jouffray

PhD candidate at Stockholm Resilience Centre

Jean-Noel Druon

JRC European Commission

Jean-Noël Druon is a scientific expert in marine ecology and ecosystem functioning. His work focuses on habitat modelling of marine top predators such as bluefin tuna, fin whale and European hake, in support of spatial fisheries management (marine protected areas, temporary fishery closure) and fish stock assessment. Before joining the JRC in 2008, he worked for different international research institutes, including IFREMER and NASA, on planktonic ecosystem modelling and nutrient cycling, at the interface between physics and biology, gaining a deep expertise in satellite remote sensing of ocean colour. He used his expertise in planktonic and meso-scale dynamics to develop an ecological approach to habitat modelling of high trophic level species. His Ecological Niche Modelling links the species ecological traits to environmental variables such as chlorophyll-a fronts, temperature or currents with food proxy, physical tolerance and transport. His work supports the inclusion of ecological, spatial and environment dimensions in fisheries management so as to ensure the sustainable use of oceans' living resources. He provides scientific and technical support to the European Commission's Scientific, Technical and Economic Committee for Fisheries, notably in relation to the EU Common Fisheries Policy and Marine Strategy Framework Directive.

Jean-Philippe Gac

PhD student at Station Biologique de Roscoff

Jean-Pierre Gattuso

CNRS, Sorbonne Université and Iddri

Jeandria Freire

Universidade Federal Rural da Amazonia

Jelena Mandic

IOF, Croatia

Jennifer Rehren

Agrocampus Ouest, Rennes

Jerry Wiggert

The University of Southern Mississippi

Jia-Jang Hung

Department of Oceanography, National Sun Yat-sen University

Jianbo Han

National marine environmental monitoring center

Jianfang Chen

Second Institute of Oceanography, State Oceanic Administration (SOA), P.R. of China

Jianrong Zhu

State Key Laboratory of Estuarine and Coastal Research, ECNU


University of Bergen

Jilda Alicia Caccavo

The Alfred Wegener Institute

I am currently a Research Associate affiliated with the Alfred Wegener Institute (AWI) and the Berlin Center for Genomics in Biodiversity (BeGenDiv). I was awarded a Humboldt Research Fellowship for Postdoctoral Researchers to carry out an investigation of population structure and connectivity of the Antarctic toothfish (Dissostichus mawsoni) in the Weddell Sea sector of the Southern Ocean. In addition to being the largest fish in the Southern Ocean, the Antarctic toothfish, commonly known as Chilean Sea Bass, represents the most lucrative Antarctic fishery. I am using genetics and otolith chemistry to test population hypotheses rooted in our understanding of local and regional hydrography. On the genetics side, I am working with Camila Mazzoni at BeGenDiv to develop a RADseq technique optimized in Antarctic toothfish, which will provide a detailed picture of population structure based on relatedness. With respect to otolith chemistry, I am working with Thomas Brey at AWI to utilize trace elements and stable isotopes deposited in otoliths to elicit an understanding of population structure derived from provenance and ontogenic movements. This work will help inform fisheries management decisions by CCAMLR and will support the implementation of a Marine Protected Area in the Weddell Sea.

Jo Ainsworth

University of Southampton

Joel Llopiz

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

John Claydon

Executive Officer at IMBeR

John Klinck

Old Dominiom University

Jonaotaro Onodera

Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology

Juan Carlos Villaseñor-Derbez

PhD Student at University of California, Santa Barbara

Juan Höfer

Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Valparaiso

Julia Calderwood

Postdoctoral Researcher - Discardless at Marine Institute

Julia Fraga


Julia Jung

Cobra Collective

Julie Hall

Regional Manager at NIWA

Julie Reimer

PhD Candidate at Memorial University of Newfoundland

Julie Reimer is a PhD Candidate at the Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada. Her research explores marine spatial planning from theory to practice and seeks to amplify its potential as a pathway toward conservation and sustainability goals. She holds a Master of Marine Management from Dalhousie University, Canada and brings this management lens to her work. Julie serves on the Board of Directors for multiple environmental organizations, supporting conservation education, advocacy, and action in Canada.

Jun Nishioka

Hokkaido University

Jungho Nam

Korea Maritime Institute

Jérôme Vialard

IRD (Institut de Recherche pour le Développement)

Jörn Schmidt

Chair of Science Committee at International Council for the Exploration of the Sea

Karine Leblanc


Kate Brooks

Australian National University

Katherine Maltby

Marine Climate Change Scientist at Cefas

Kathy Mills

Associate Research Scientist at Gulf of Maine Research Institute

Katia Frangoudes

University of Brest, UMR AMURE, IUEM

Katty Donoso

University Of Concepcion

Kazuaki Tadokoro

Tohoku National Fisheries Research Institute

Keith Reid


Kelly Ortega

Research fellow at University of Cape Town

Kelly is a research fellow at the Department of Biological Sciences at the University of Cape Town. Kelly is a biologist with several research interests and has experience in marine ecology, fisheries, climate change and ecosystem modelling. Kelly’s research focuses on the use of ecosystem modelling to investigate the functioning and management of marine ecosystems. Her research interest also includes the influence of environmental variability and climate change on marine ecosystems, and the vulnerability and adaptive capacity of species and ecosystems to climate change.

Kelsey LaMere

University Of Helsinki

Ken Drinkwater

Institute of Marine Research, Norway

Kim Scherrer

Institut de Ciència i Tecnologia Ambientals (ICTA), Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona

Kristina Heidrich

University of Hamburg

Kunio Takahashi

National Institute of Polar Research

Kunshan Gao

Professor at Xiamen University

Kyle Mayers

NORCE Norwegian Research Centre

L Teh

University of British Columbia

Lanbo Zhang

Joint Key Laboratory of Coastal Study, Xiamen University

Lars Stemmann

Professeur, Chaire Inter-Organismes at Sorbonne University

Laura Basconi

Ca' Foscari

Laura Kaikkonen

PHD Student at University of Helsinki

Laurene Pecuchet

University of Tromsø

Laurent Bopp

CNRS & Ecole Normale Superieure

Laurent Bopp is the Research Director at CNRS Laboratoire des Sciences du Climat de l’Environnement (LSCE) at l’Institute Pierre-Simon Laplace in Paris, France. His main research interests focus on the links between marine biogeochemical cycles and climate, and understanding how marine ecosystems and the ocean carbon cycle respond to climate variability and anthropogenically-driven climate change. He develops and uses marine biogeochemical and ecosystem models, coupled to Earth System Models.

Laurent Oziel

LOV - Observation Océanographique de Villefranche

Lavenia Ratnarajah

University of Liverpool

Lei Gao

State Key Laboratory of Estuarine and Coastal Research, East China Normal University

Lei Lin

East China Normal University

Lei Wang

Third Institute of Oceanography, Ministry of Natural Resources

Leonardo Bertini

MSc Marine Biological Resources at University of Bergen | NORCE

Leonardo Capitani

Universidade Federal Do Rio Grande do Norte

Leopoldo Gerhardinger

Oceanographic Institute - University of São Paulo

Lester Kwiatkowski

Laboratoire de Météorologie Dynamique (LMD)

Li Zhao

Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Lisa Kerr

Gulf of Maine Research Institute

Louise Copeman

Professor Assistant at Oregon State University

Louise Gammage

Post Doctoral Research Fellow at University of Cape Town

Luis Felipe Artigas


Lynne Shannon

University of Cape Town

Lynne Shannon is a marine researcher at the University of Cape Town, undertaking ecological research and modelling to contribute to ecosystem-based management. She has published over 120 peer-reviewed papers. She has constructed trophic models in the Benguela to provide an understanding of structure and functioning and changes in the marine food webs. She explores pragmatic ways in which ecosystem considerations might be incorporated into fisheries management, especially the use of ecological indicators. Lynne co-chairs the international working group “IndiSeas” (www.indiseas.org), evaluating effects of fishing and natural variability on marine ecosystems using suites of ecological, environmental, biodiversity and human dimension indicators in comparative approach.

Madu Galappaththi

University of Waterloo

Mahammed Moniruzzaman

University of Calcutta

Maia Akopian

French Agency for Biodiversity

Maike Scheffold

PhD candidate at Insitute for marine ecosystem and fisheries sciences, University of Hamburg

Makhlouf Ounissi

Department of marine science, University of Annaba

Maki Aita


Malin Daase

UiT The Arctic University of Norway

Manuel Bellanger

Economist at Ifremer

Mar Benavides

Scientific Researcher at Mediterranean Institute of Oceanography

Marc Garel

Engineer in Microbial Oceanography at CNRS-MIO

Marc Sourisseau

Chercheur scientifique at IFREMER

Maria Aranguren-Gassis

Postdoctoral Researcher at University of Vigo

Maria Grazia Pennino

Researcher at Instituto Español de Oceanografía (IEO)

I am a marine biologist, with a master's degree in Biostatistic and a PhD in Mathematics & Statistics. I am currently working at the C.O. Vigo, Instituto Español de Oceanografia at the Fishery Department. My main research fields are spatial-temporal modelling and biostatistics in general to advise an effective fisheries management.

Maria Pinto

University of Vienna, Department of Limnology and BIo-Oceanography

Marianne Camoying

Alfred Wegener Institute

Marianne Robert

Reseacher in Fish and Fisheries science at IFREMER

Mariano Koen-Alonso

Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO)

Mariarita Caracciolo

PhD student at Station biologique de Roscoff

Marie Cachera

Ecologue quantitative at SHOM

Marie Le Marchand

France Energies Marines / Université de Bretagne Occidentale

Marie Löf

Research scientist at Stockholm University Baltic Sea Centre

Marie Morfin


Marina Renedo

Géosciences Environnement Toulouse GET-IRD

Marine Remize


Marion Gehlen


Marion Glaser

Leibniz Center for Tropical Marine Research (ZMT)

Marion Urvoy

Laboratoire des Sciences de l’Environnement Marin (IUEM, LEMAR)

Mark Dickey-Collas

Chair of the Advisory Committee at International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES)

Mark Hague

University of Cape Town

Marta Albo-Puigserver

PhD student and Research Technician at Institute of Marine Science ICM-CSIC

Marta Coll


Marta Varela

Instituto Español de Oceanografía

Mary Mackay

University Of Tasmania

María Villa-Alfageme

University Of Sevilla

Mathilde Cadier

Postdoctoral Research Fellow at DTU Aqua

Matthias Muennich

ETH Zürich

Matthieu Bressac

Postdoc at University of Tasmania

Matthieu Veron

PhD student - Statistical ecology and quantitative modelling for Fisheries ecology and management at IFREMER

Meike Vogt

ETH Zurich

Mercedes Santos

Instituto antártico argentino

Michael Bank

Institute of Marine Research, Bergen, Norway

Michael Sswat

Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research GEOMAR Kiel

Ming-An Lee

Professor at National Taiwan Ocean University

Mingbao Chen

Professor at 澳门科技大学/中山大学

Miriam Seifert

Alfred Wegener Institute Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research

Morgane Travers

Research Scientist at IFREMER

Nadine Goris

Senior Researcher at NORCE

Naomi Harada

Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology

Natalia Grilli

Oceanographic Institute of São Paulo University (IO-USP)

Nate Stanley

Research Assistant at Memorial University of Newfoundland

Nathalie Bodin

Seychelles Fisheries Authority

Nathan Briggs

National Oceanography Centre, Shouthampton

Nathan Hubot

University Of Southampton

Nian Wu


Nicholas Hardman-Mountford

Head of Oceans and Natural Resources at Commonwealth Secretariat

Nicolas Djeghri


Nicolas Dupont

Researcher at University of Oslo

Nicolas Gruber

Professor at ETH Zurich

Nicolas Savoye

Univ. Bordeaux

Nicole Misarti

University Of Alaska Fairbanks

Olav Sigurd Kjesbu

Institute of Marine Research

Olga Koubrak

Dalhousie University

Olivier Aumont


Olivier Thebaud

Ifremer, UMR AMURE

Ophélie Da Silva

PhD Student at Sorbonne Université

Pamela Hidalgo

Universidad de Concepcion

Patricia T. Angkiriwang

Graduate Student Researcher at UBC Institute for the Oceans and Fisheries

Paul Frémont


Paul Renaud


Pavla Debeljak

Sorbonne Université / University of Vienna

Peng Zhou

State Key Laboratory of Estuarine and Coastal Research (East China Normal University)

Peter Mackelworth

Blue World Institute

Phillip Saunders

Dalhousie University

Pierre Bourdaud

University of Cape Town

Pierre Scemama

Économiste de la biodiversité at IFREMER

Pierre-Amaël Auger

Instituto Milenio de Oceanografía

Ping Zhang

Ocean University of China

Prateep Nayak

Associate Professor at Univeristy of Waterloo

Priscila Lopes

Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte

Pritha Tutasi

Universidad De Concepción

Prue Addison

Research Associate at University of Oxford

Qian Zhou

Yantai Institute of Coastal Zone Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Qun Sun

Tianjin University of Science and Technology

Rachel Kelly

Centre for Marine Socioecology, Tasmania

Raphaël Billé

Coordinator, Restauration of ecosystem services and adaptation to climate change (RESCCUE) at Pacific Community-SPC

Raphaël Girardin

Cadre de recherche - Modélisation des écosystèmes marins at IFREMER

Raphaëla le Gouvello

général manager at Stermor

Ratana Chuenpagdee

Professor at Memorial University of Newfoundland

Raul Primicerio

UiT, The Arctic University of Norway

Rebecca Fagot Oukkache

Representative of the President at Brest Métropole

Renaud Person


Renyan Liu

National Marine Environmental Monitoring Center

Rhian Evans

Institute Of Marine And Antarctic Studies

Rhoda Fofack-Garcia

Postdoctoral Researcher at France Énergies Marines

Ricardo Roura

Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition

Richard Bellerby

Senior Researcher at Norwegian Institute for Water Research

Robert Schlegel

Postdoctoral Fellow at Ocean Frontier Institute

Robert Stephenson

Fisheries and Oceans Canada and University of New Brunswick

Roberta Hansman

International Atomic Energy Agency - Environment Laboratories

Roshni Subramaniam

Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies (IMAS)

Rowan Trebilco

Antarctic Climate and Ecosystems CRC

Ruth Parker

Senior Scientist at Centre for Environment Fisheries and Aquaculture Science (Cefas)

Rémi Caillibotte

Étudiant doctorant en océanographie côtière at Laboratoire Géosciences Montpellier

Rémy Asselot

University of Hamburg

Sakari Kuikka

Professor in fisheries management at University of Helsinki

PhD Sakari Kuikka works as a full professor in fisheries biology, in the University of Helsinki. He is specialized to Bayesian decision analysis and probabilistic interdisciplinary modelling of fisheries and environmental systems with Bayesian networks. Another important part of his research is oil spill risk analysis. He is the head of Fisheries and Environmental Management Group (FEM group) which consists of biologists, social scientists, economists, and civil engineering scientists. He was, for 16 year, member of Scientific, Technical and Economic Committee for Fisheries, which provides all fisheries advice to EU commission.

Sally Thorpe

British Antarctic Survey

Salma Begum

Professor at Khulna University

Samiya Selim

Director of Centre for Sustainable Development at University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh

Dr. Samiya Selim is an Associate Professor and the Director of Center for Sustainable Development at the University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh (ULAB). She specialises in the interdisciplinary areas of socio-ecological systems, sustainability science, climate change adaptation and resilience, and science-policy interface. Currently her work is focused on achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), ecosystem based adaptation and integrated aquaculture in coastal areas of Bangladesh facing increased salinity and erosion. In the past 10 years, Samiya has worked in the UK and Bangladesh in the field of environmental conservation, climate change and fisheries. Her previous work includes mobilizing hard-to-reach communities to get involved in environmental activities and to bring about behavioural change to achieve sustainability in daily life. Her work has also utilised historical approaches to identify shifting baselines in fisheries and coastal ecosystems. She recently published the first book on achieving the SDG goals relating to the environment in Bangladesh. She is a member of the IMBeR Human Dimensions Working Group which focuses on the interactions between human and ocean systems and its goal is to promote an understanding of the multiple feedbacks between human and ocean systems.

Samuel Rastrick

IMR, Norway

Sara Miñarro


Sara Mynott

Postdoctoral Researcher at University of Exeter

Sara Sergi


Sarah Kraak

Thünen Institute of Baltic Sea Fisheries

Sebastian Böckmann

Alfred Wegener Institut Bremerhaven

Sebastian Thomas

Lecturer (Sustainability Governance and Leadership) at The University of Melbourne

Seiichi Saitoh

Hokkaido University

Shan Jiang

State Key Laboratory of Estuarine and Coastal Research, East China Normal University

Sheveenah Taukoor

University of Cape Town

Shin-ichi Uye

Hiroshima University

Shion Takemura

Japan Fisheries Research & Education Agency

Sierra Ison

PhD Candidate at Centre for Marine Socioecology / CSIRO

My name is Sierra Ison, a currently PhD student at the University of Tasmania under the supervision of under the supervision of Dr Christopher Cvitanovic, Dr Alistair Hobday, Dr Ingrid van Putten and Professor Gretta Pecl. I am a marine social scientist working to improve relationships between science, policy and practice for a sustainable ocean future. My current research is on the use Outcome Mapping as a means of achieving conservation goals. Using a case study approach in Australia, I am examining the integration of Outcome Mapping with existing participatory research approaches such as co-production and how it may hold promise for improving the likelihood of conservation outcomes within the complex relationships between environment and human society. I previously completed research on Sustainable Financing of a National Marine Protected Area (MPA) network in Fiji, in collaboration with the University of the South Pacific (USP) and The International Union for Conservation and Nature (IUCN) to design a “solution-oriented” sustainable financing model. I was also a Senior Researcher at the Cape Eleuthera Institute in The Bahamas. There, I developed and led interdisciplinary research on the sea cucumber and parrotfish fishery in The Bahamas.

Sinead Collins

University of Edinburgh

Siv Lauvset

NORCE Norwegian Research Centre

Slawomir Kwasniewski

The Institute of Oceanology of the Polish Academy of Sciences

Solange Teles Da Silva

Mackenzie University

Song Sun

Director at Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Soonmi Lee

PhD student at CNRS-University of Toulouse

Stacey McCormack

PHD Candidate at Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies

Stanley Nmor


Stefan Koenigstein

University of California Santa Cruz

Steph Henson

researcher at National Oceanography Centre

Stephane Blain

Sorbonne Université

Stephanie Brodie

University Of California Santa Cruz

Su Mei Liu

Ocean University of China

Susa Niiranen

Stockholm University

Svenja Halfter

PhD candidate at University of Tasmania

Takuhei Shiozaki

Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology

Tannaz Alizadeh

The Arctic Univeristy of Norway

Tayler Clarke

University of British Columbia

Thamasak Yeemin

Ramkhamhaeng University

Thierry Moutin

Professor at Aix Marseille University

Thomas Gorgues


Thomas Riedinger

Graduate Student at Institute of Marine Research (IMR), Norway

Thorsten Blenckner

SRC, Stockholm University

Tianfei Xue


Tilla Roy

École Normale Supérieure (ENS)

Timothée Bourgeois

Postdoctoral Fellow at Dalhousie University

Tiziana Luisetti

Principal Environmental Economist at Cefas

Tracey Dornan

British Antarctic Survey / University of Bristol

I am a final year PhD student with the British Antarctic Survey and the University of Bristol. My research focuses on how we can use active underwater acoustics to study mesopelagic fish (ie fish that live 200-1000m below sea level). This has given me the fantastic opportunity to spend two field seasons with BAS, sampling fish snd zooplankton in the Scotia Sea, aswell as develping skills in computed tomography to study fish swimbladder morphology and statistical modelling.

Trond Kristiansen

Principal Scientist at Farallon Institute

Tyler Eddy

University of South Carolina

Ulf Lindstrøm

Scientist at Institute of Marine Research

Uta Passow

Memorial University Newfoundland

Valérie Cariou

Chef de projet européen H2020 SeaDataCloud at SHOM

Vicky Lam

Research Associate at University of British Columbia

Vidette Mcgregor

Fisheries Modeller at NIWA

Vincent Vallée

PhD Student at Ifremer Guyane

Virginie Sonnet

LOV (Sorbonne Université, CNRS)

Wenjin Lyu

Tianjin university of science and technology

email: 1239967656@qq.com

Wieslaw Maslowski

Naval Postgraduate School

William Cheung

Institute for the Oceans and Fisheries, The University of British Columbia

Xiao Ma

Second Institute of Oceanography, State Oceanic Administration

Xiaoxia Sun

Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Xin Guo

Xiamen University

Xinyan Mao

Ocean University of China

Xochitl Cormon

Hamburg university

Ya-Wei Luo

Associate Professor/Vice Department Chair at Xiamen University

Yan Yang

Xiamen University

Yanchu Zhao

Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Yanfang Li

Yantai Institute of Coastal Zone Research

Yanhui Zhang

Xiamen University

Ying Wu

East China Normal University

Yinji Li

Tokai University

Yosr Ammar

Stockholm University

Yuan Zhao

Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Yuheng Wang

Tianjin University of Science&Technology

Yutaka Yoshikawa

Kyoto University

Yvan Le Bras

French Museum of Natural History

Zach Koehn

University Of Washington

Zelin Chen

University of Washington

Zhuoyi Zhu

East China Normal University

Zihao Zhao

University of Vienna

Zimkhita Gebe

PHD Student at University of Cape Town