Joining the lab

Open Positions 

There is no open position right now… but…

I am looking forward to supporting applications of quantitative postdocs interested in plant-pollinator community dynamics. I can offer an unpublished 3-year high-resolution data set (and growing) collected under the BeeFun project as the basis of a strong application for fellowships, for example, in the Marie Curie program. The dataset comprises plant-pollinator interactions along the whole season. This unique data set can answer several questions ranging from network structural dynamics, responses of climatic extreme events or ecosystem functioning stability. If you are interested, send me an email and we can see which funding opportunities are available.

Other opportunities

I can help you secure your own funding for your PhD or PostDoc if you have a neat idea. Drop me an email with your CV, interests and why would you like to work with me (you should read this first) and we can talk about it. I am broadly interested in how global change affects community structure and composition and its repercussion on ecosystem functioning. Pollinators and pollination is a good study system to tackle those questions both from the applied and basic research perspectives, but I am also open to work with other insects-plant systems.