I am a french ecologist interested in macroecology, community ecology and biogeography. I received my PhD at the university of Montpellier with Vincent Devictor (BioDICée team) at the Institut des Sciences de l’Evolution de Montpellier. I am now a postdoctoral researcher in the Blonder’s Macrosystem ecology lab at Arizona State University.
My research focuses on how spatial and temporal dynamics of biodiversity are shaped by abiotic and biotic processes, with a specific interest on the impact of global changes at multiple spatio-temporal scales. I mainly focus on ecoinformatics approach to explore long-term and large spatial-scale patterns and processes. I plead for integrative approaches and connections between theoretical and empirical ecology as well as conservation biology.