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 a post-doctoral researcher work on the modeling of intermittent river biodiversity in collaboration with François Munoz as part of the Dryver project. I am currently based at the Liphy (Interdisciplinary physics lab) in Grenoble, France. 

Before that, I was 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 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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