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. In this context, I use spatial point pattern analysis, 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)