Here you can find information related to my research. Scientifically, I am mostly interested in community ecology, its theoretical foundations, how they can be linked to functional ecology and harnessed to improve biodiversity modeling.

While technically not restricting myself to a peculiar ecosystem, I often end up studying plant communities in mountainous environments.

I am currently the main investigator of the CLIMB project (Calibrating and Improving Models of Biodiversity), an international Marie Słodowska-Curie fellowship. As such I am currently based in the Stouffer lab (University of Canterbury, NZ)  and affiliated to the Theoretical Ecology group of Florian Hartig (University of Regensburg, DE).

You can also follow my work on other (poorly maintained) media:
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