The proposed work will be based on the development of ecological models (ODE models) and eco-evolutionary models (dynamic adaptive or quantitative genetic type). Project details can be found here.
Funding is made available by the Institute for Environmental Transition (Sorbonne University), subject to validation of the candidate by the Sorbonne University doctoral training institute. The student will be co-supervised by Nicolas Loeuille (Pr Sorbonne University (Paris), Institute of Ecology and Environmental Sciences, where the PhD will take place) and Jean Christophe Poggiale (Pr University Aix-Marseille , Mediterranean Institute of Oceanology). Suitable candidates will have (or will be in the process of obtaining) a master degree in Biodiversity Ecology Evolution with a strong theoretical component, or a master degree in applied mathematics or modeling.
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