|Dr. Dorothy Dankel is a researcher with an interdisciplinary marine science background. Since 2012, Dankel has been a board member of the Nordic Marine Think Tank (www.nmtt.org). Dankel is a co-editor for the Routledge textbook Management Science For Fisheries: An introduction to simulation-based methods, and has co-edited a special issue for the academic journal Futures on social and ethical topics of biotechnology and society.
Dankel was invited to give a Talk @ Google lecture at Google’s Cambridge campus in May 2013 on integrated ocean assessments. She recently represented the University of Bergen as a “young innovative researcher” for the annual University of Bergen Christie Conference in 2015.
Currently, the consolidation phase of her research reveals compelling information in the science for policy realm. Dankel’s current work demonstrates an interdisciplinary framework to analyze the networks of scientists and policy-makers in marine Integrated Ecosystem Assessments. Dankel strives for new thinking in the marine sciences, including integration of the humanities into long-term management plans. Transdisciplinary perspectives of integrated assessments have the opportunity to advance the frontiers of knowledge and set a clear and inspirational target for research quality assurance of integrated assessments across Europe.
|Dr. Tiller works as a Researcher at SINTEF Fisheries and Aquaculture in Trondheim, Norway. She holds a PhD in Political Science, with a focus on marine and coastal interdisciplinary research at all levels of analysis, from local stakeholders to international regimes. Her expertise is in regime interplay, governance, policy mitigation and stakeholder adaptation, stakeholder driven future scenario building and qualitative based/quantitative output methodologies of Systems Thinking, Bayesian Belief Networks and Fuzzy Cognitive Mapping (FCM). Her background also includes valuable experience working in international and inter-disciplinary consortiums, both US, EU and RCN. She is a Fulbright Scholar and a recipient of the Leiv Eirksson Mobility Fund for 2011-2012 for an inter-disciplinary project in Southern California. She is furthermore Operational Leader for the ongoing EU project OCEAN-CERTAIN in addition to being Operational Manager for REGIMES. Finally, she is the Norwegian representative on the Management Committee of the COST Action: CA15217 - Ocean Governance for Sustainability.
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|Dr. Yajie Liu is a
Resource and Environmental Economist at Department of Economics, Norwegian University of Science and Technology