Researcher and Professor in
Quantitative Ecology and Conservation Biology
I am a biologist, interested in understanding how nature works,
passionate about discovering natural landscapes and their living organisms across the world.
I am mainly studying how populations react to global change
and how this affects their long-term viability.
I am also interested in developing new methods for research in ecology and evolution.
Leader of the
Quantitative Conservation Biology
My group is part of the Earth and Life Institute,
at the Université catholique de Louvain (Belgium).
It is a small-sized research group focusing on field and experimental ecology in a context of biodiversity conservation.
The zigzag arrow symbolizes the current decrease in biodiversity.
The expanding butterflies reflect our will to contribute to its recovery
63 articles in peer-reviewed journals
with impact factor
7 peer-reviewed book chapters
2470 citations to my articles (source: Scopus)
(i.e. on average 39 per article)
h-index = 26
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