Timothée Poisot

PI. Loves ecology, but loves being inside more. Teaches data analysis, ecological modelling, and ecological synthesis. Abridged CV

Current group members

Mathilde Besson

Co-evolution and local adaptation in microbial host-parasite systems. PhD, 2016–

Eva Delmas

Ecosystem functions and food web structure. PhD, 2015–

Alexandrine Frappier

Review of best practices to use image recognition software on wildlife cameras. BSc, 2018-

Daphnée Lecours-Tessier

Data-driven estimation of wildland conservation value at various scales. MSc, 2017–

Former group members

Michiel Stock

Pairwise learning to predict the structure of ecological networks. Guest post-doc, 2017.

Cynthia Guéveneux-Julien

Planification, management, and restoration of landscape connectivity in the Laurentians. BSc Hons., 2016-2017.

Christophe Benjamin

Automated extraction of phylogenetic data from species interaction networks. BSc, 2017.

Émilie Vinet

Machine learning techniques to produce dynamics maps of land use from digitized and numeric maps. BSc, 2018.

Zachary Belisle

Sensitivity of null hypothesis testing routines for bipartite ecological networks. BSc Hons., 2017–2018.

Grégoire Bonenfant

Measures of species complementarity in quantitative networks. BSc, 2017.

Dominique Caron

Inventory of open biodiversity data in Quebec, and creation of decision-helping tools. BSc 2017, MSc 2018.

Philippe Desjardins-Proulx

Applying machine learning and deep transfer knowledge to solve complicated ecological problems of all sorts. PhD, 2013–

Renaud McKinnon

Interactions between trees from experimental plantations and their microbial ectosymbionts. MSc, 2015.

Charles Cusson

Development of a better, more responsive interface for the mangal.io database. CÉGEP, 2016.

Amélie Muller

Understanding how management programs could gain from studying the variability of plant-pollinator interactions. MSc, 2016.