©2017-2019 by Nicolas Schtickzelle

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.

Professor @
Université catholique de Louvain

Earth and Life Institute - Biodiversity

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Senior Research Associate @

Fonds de la Recherche Scientifique - FNRS

Leader of the

Quantitative Conservation Biology

research group

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

CAREER MILESTONES

BIBLIOMETRY

  • 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

  • See my reviewer profile on