My main project focuses on modelling the role of niche-construction for the emergence of polymorphism in metapopulations. Using an adaptive dynamic approach, I model the evolution of life history traits (such as resource consumption, habitat maintenance, dispersal, etc.) in heterogeneous populations, in order to find the conditions for coexisting strategies to be selected.
From my background in biology and mathematics, I have a strong interest in theoretical evolution in diverse subjects, notably adaptive dynamics, speciation and phylogeny.
2020 - Present
PhD in the Theoretical Evolutionnary Ecology team under the supervision of Charles Mullon
2017 - 2019
Master's degree in Biodiversity, Ecology, Evolution at the Université de Montpellier 2.
- 2019 (6 months): "Modelling species diversification with predominant gene flow: a genomic point of view unconstrained by species tree", supervised by Amaury Lambert and Julie Marin (CIRB, Collège de France, Paris).
- 2018 (3 months): "Understanding the evolutionary history of Cycads: comparision between inferences based on phylogeny using node dating and total-evidence dating", supervised by Fabien Condamine (ISEM, Montpellier).
2014 - 2017
Bachelor's degrees in Biology and Mathematics at Sorbonne Universités, Paris.
- First two years at the Roscoff Marine Station (Roscoff, France)
- Third year at the University of Western Australia (Perth, Australia)
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