I am a computational ecologist at the Coastal Ecology and Conservation Lab based at University of Michigan. I am interested in ecological modelling and especially in considering the spatial explicit characteristics of most ecological processes.
My research is mainly focused on how we can use spatial patterns to infer the underlying ecological processes. Mostly, I deal with point pattern analysis and modelling, however, I also have expertise in individual-based modelling and landscape ecology. Lastly, I am always interested in R programming.
PhD in Scaling problems in Statistics, 2020
University of Goettigen (Goettingen, Germany)
M.Sc. in Ecosystem Modelling, 2016
University of Goettingen, (Goettingen, Germany)
B.Sc. in Forestry, 2014
University of Applied Sciences and Arts, (Goettingen, Germany)
Helper functions for point pattern analysis
An integrative decision support system for sustainable rangeland management in southern African savannas
The aim of this Research Training Group is to develop solutions to problems of scale that arise in current areas of both scientiﬁc and public interest
My main PhD project studying the role of small-scale heterogeneity on plant populations
Landscape Metrics for Categorical Map Patterns
A GitHub organization for spatially explicit ecological R packages
Species-Habitat Associations in R