Following my Bachelor in Biology at the University of Lausanne, I decided to continue my studies with a Master in Ecology. I completed my master’s project in Alexandre Roulin’s group, and studied the behavioral adaptation of barn owls (Tyto alba) under a stressful situation. I then began an interdisciplinary doctoral thesis for which I’m focusing on the collaboration between scientists and farmers and its impact on farmer’s pro-environmental behaviors. I’m interested in the factors motivating farmers to switch to an eco-friendlier agriculture, and whether we, as scientists, could help trigger this change. This PhD dissertation is co-supervised by Professor Fabrizio Butera, a social psychologist at the Institute of Social Sciences at the University of Lausanne.
2019 - Present
PhD student in Alexandre Roulin’s group, University of Lausanne.
- Internship at A.MAibach Sàrl, environmental studies office
- Substitute teacher for Biology and Chemistry courses, Highschool of Payerne
Master of Behavior, Evolution and Conservation, specialization in Behavior, Evolution and Economics, University of Lausanne
Bachelor in Biology, University of Lausanne