The people at AZTI are our main asset to achieve the goals that we have set. AZTI is committed to the people in the organisation and in the growth of its human team, which is a reflection of its strength. In 2005 AZTI had an average staff of 160 people, in 2016 it has grown to 234 staff members.

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Andrea del Campo
Researcher AZTI - Efficient Use of Resources (Marine Technologies)Environmental Impact and Quality, Operational Oceanography.

Background: Marine Science
Generalist Competencies:
Marine environmental studies
Specialist Competencies:
Pollution modelling
Environmental assessment
Her field of expertise covers the analysis of environmental data and the use of numerical models for the protection of coastal environments.

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Estibaliz Díaz
Senior Researcher AZTI - Sustainable Fisheries ManagementIntegrated Assessment of Living Resources, Ecosystem Approach to Management, Observation and Data.

PhD in Biology. Fish Biology, eel population dynamics, Assessment and Management and Fisheries & Ecosystems. She has been involved in several EU projects dealing with management plans such as CEVIS and COBECOS. Also she has worked with the artisanal fleet and the affection of different sea uses in fishery. She is is the Spanish representative in the ICES Working Group on Eels and has participated int Scientific Review Groups of STECF and CITES. She has participated in many eel related projects: INDICANG (INTERREG IIIB), RECANG (Development of scientific techniques to the implementation of management plans in the European basins), and POSE ( Pilot projects to estimate potential and actual escapement of silver eel) and TRASANG (Translocaci

Natalia Díaz Arce
PhD Student AZTI - Marine Ecosystems FunctioningMolecular ecology and biotechnology, Integrated assessment of living resources,Conservation of marine ecosystems

Biologist and MSc in marine environment and resources. Currently working in the development of high-throughput sequencing based
population genomic tools
to assess fish stock management and conservation as a PhD student at AZTI.

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Guzmán Díez
Principal Researcher AZTI - Sustainable Fisheries ManagementIntegrated Assessment of Living Resources, Ecosystem Approach to Management, Observation and Data.

PhD in Sciences (Biology).
Background and research field interest:
Fishery management, cell biology, marine ecotoxicology, fish biology, parasitology, fishing technology, biomimetic, acoustics, genetics and biotechnology,
Participant in more than 60 projects funded by the European Commission, National and Local Institutions. Member of the ICES/CIEM Working Groups on Elasmobranch Fishes (WGEF) and of the Biology and Assessment of Deep-water Fisheries Resources (WGDEEP). Author of 16 peer reviewed papers, and contributed over 30 Technical Documents and revisor in several international journals.

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Iñaki Díez
PhD Student AZTI - Food Quality, Safety and IdentityFood Safety, Food Control, Food Identity, Biotechnology.

BSc in Biotechnology and MSc in Food Quality and Safety by the University of Basque Country. Currently PhD student at Azti working on isolation, characterization, identification and selection of microorganisms of interest to oenology.