My research is part of the SOMETALP project, I focus on doing Species Distribution Models with microbial data. With two principal axes:
First one is a methodological component which goal is to adapt the methods developped for macro-organisms data to micro-organisms.
Second one is an application to ecology which goal is to explore the biogeography of micro-organisms living in the soils of alpine mountains, focussing on the Rechalp region.
(Bachelor) Licence in Organismal Biology at University of Rennes1, Rennes,France.
Master in Marine Organismal Biology at European Institute of Marine Science (IUEM), Plouzané, France
First Internship : Variability of meiofauna communities inhabiting anthropogenic impacted sandy beach: the case study of green macroalgae blooms. At IUEM Observatory.
Master Thesis : Taxonomy and description of new deep-sea nematode species from New Zealand continental slope. At National Institute for Water and Athmospheric research (NIWA), Wellington, New-Zealand.
Lab technician at CAPINOV, Landerneau, France.
Master in Ecological Modelling at University of Rennes1, Rennes, France.
First Internship : Combining correlative and mechanistic modelling approaches to predict ecological niches of two antarctic benthic species. At Biogeosciences lab, Bourgogne Franche-Comté University, Dijon, France.
Master Thesis : Intraspecific variability of energy allocation between farmed and wild Atlantic salmons. At Ecobiop lab, INRAe, St-Pée-sur-Nivelle, France.
There is no publication for the moment