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KELLER, Stefanie

Titulada Superior de Actividades Técnicas y Profesionales

Moll de Ponent, s/n.
07015, Palma de Mallorca.
Illes Balears. España.
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CV Summary

Dr. Stefanie Keller is a marine ecologist specialised in general ecology, fishery and diversity of Mediterranean cephalopods. Understanding the Mediterranean diversity of this group and its vulnerability to anthropogenic pressure and climate change is one of her aims. She also participated in several international projects ranging from deep sea benthic research to fishery science to coastal fouling communities, as well as several research cruises in the Atlantic, North Sea and Mediterranean.

After obtaining her Master in 2006 from the University of Oldenburg, Germany, she worked as project coordinator for the Census of Marine Life project "CeDAMar" at the Senckenberg institute (DZMB Wilhelmshaven), a job she did until the end of the project in 2010. From 2009-2012 she was also contracted by the Springer group as the editorial assistant of the journal “Marine Biodiversity”.

In 2011, she moved to Spain to work on artificial fertilisation of squid at the ICM CSIC in Barcelona (with Roger Villanueva). In 2012, she got a PhD fellowship (FPI grant) at the Spanish Institute of Oceanography (IEO) on the Balearics (at the COB), focused on cephalopods and fishery ecology. During her formation she participated 4 times in the Mediterranean trawl survey MEDITS and stayed in various marine laboratories worldwide (Spain, Germany, France, Sweden, USA and Australia) and completed her PhD in march 2017.

She is currently working within the Ecosystems, Demersal Resources and Benthos group at the Instituto Español de Oceanografía-Centre Oceanogràfic de Balears (IEO-COB), within the LIFE IP INTEMARES Project "Integrated, innovative and participatory management of the Natura 2000 network in the Spanish marine environment".

Updated March 2021