Ecologist. Teaches data analysis, ecological modelling, and responsible use of data. Associate Professor, Department of Biological Sciences, Université de Montréal
Alice Doucet Beaupré
2022-, Post-doctoral researcher. Unsupervised learning and uncertainty quantification for network prediction.
2023-, B.Sc. research assistant. Temporal dynamics of landcape connectivity and zoonotic risk.
Camille Rondeau Saint-Jean
2021-, M.Sc. Deep-learning for the bioacousting monitoring of bird communities.
Cristian Cruz Rodriguez
2023-, Ph.D. Large-scale modeling of land-use change to support conservation policy-making.
2023-, Post-doctoral researcher. Optimized spatial sampling of epidemic processes.
2020-, Ph.D. Machine Learning techniques for food web structure inference at the planetary scale. Co-advisor: Dominique Gravel
2021-, Ph.D. Quantification of the structural originality of food webs over continuous spatial scales. 2019-2021, M.Sc. Development of beta-diversity measures for spatially continuous hotspot identification. Co-advisor: Pierre Legendre.
Maria Isabel Arce Plata
2022-, Ph.D. Machine learning for the upscaling of field observation of plant functional traits. Co-advisor: Natalia Norden.
Nerea Montes Perez
2023-, visiting Ph.D. Spatial structure of plant-pollination networks in Europe. Advisor: Ignasi Bartomeus.
2020-, Ph.D. Machine Learning and Data Synthesis for the prediction of viral spillover events. Co-advisor: Patrick Leighton
2024, M.Sc. research intern. Meta-analysis of surveillance strategies for the Racoon rabies virus in Eastern Canada/United States.
2023-, Post-doctoral researcher. Natural and human influences on coupled carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus dynamics in watersheds. Advisor: Roxane Maranger.
2020-, Ph.D. Common properties of species interactions networks across space.
2018, BSc research assistant. Review of best practices to use image recognition software on wildlife cameras.
2015, M.Sc. Understanding how management programs could gain from studying the variability of plant-pollinator interactions.
2019-, M.Sc. Biogeography of lakes ecosystem services. Advisor: Roxane Maranger.
2019-2020, Post-doctoral researcher. Development of biodiversity indicators for the governmental monitoring of biodiversity. 2018-2019, Post-doctoral researcher. High-throughput processing of camera-trap data.
2016, IT. Development of a responsive interface for the mangal.io database.
2017, BSc research assistant. Automated extraction of phylogenetic data from species interaction networks.
2015-2016, BSc Hons. Planification, management, and restoration of landscape connectivity in the Laurentians. 2015, BSc research assisant. Environmental drivers of host-parasite interaction variability.
2018-2020, M.Sc. Blue-green connectivity and ecosystem integrity in the Laurentians. Co-advisor: Roxane Maranger. 2017-2018, B.Sc. research assistant. Best practices for the development and implementation of ecological corridors. Co-advisor: Roxane Maranger.
2017, M.Sc. Inventory of open biodiversity data in Quebec, and creation of decision-helping tools.
2018, BSc research assistant. Machine learning techniques to produce dynamics maps of land use from digitized and numeric maps.
2023, B.Sc. research assistant. Trophic regulation of biting vector by omnivorous bats.
2015-2020, Ph.D. Causes and consequences in the relationships between food web structure and ecosystem functioning. Co-advisor: Daniel B. Stouffer.
2019, M.Sc. Training of a neural network for mammals recognition in Québec. Advisor: Andrew MacDonald.
2019-2020, visiting Ph.D. Biological interactions, environmental variables, and biogeographical species distributions.
2017, BSc research assistant. Measures of species complementarity in quantitative networks.
2020, BSc research assistant. Survey of data on food webs in North America.
Joseph B. Burant
2020-, Post-doctoral fellow with the Living Data Project.
2022-2023, Post-doctoral researcher. Development of multi-criteria monitoring and biosurveillance networks.
2020, M.Sc. Neural networks for rapid connectivity analyses. 2019, M.Sc. Prey use of generalist predators across their range.
2020, Research assistant. Preparation of data for the forecasting of coronaviruses epidemic risk.
2020, M.Sc. research intern. Singular Value Decomposition as an imputation method for host-virus detection.
2016-2022, Ph.D. Eco-evolutionary dynamics in networks of positive and negative interactions. Co-advisor: Dominique Gravel.
2023, M.Sc. international visitor. Identification of structurally important interactions in network data.
2017-2018, visting post-doctoral researcher. Pairwise learning to predict the structure of ecological networks.
2020, M.Sc. research assistant. Development of indicators for the communication of urban biodiversity trends.
2019-2023, Post-doctoral researcher. Type theory and higher-order probabilistic programming for ecological synthesis. 2014-2018, Ph.D. Artificial Intelligence applied to theory building for ecological synthesis. Advisor: Dominique Gravel.
2018, visiting Ph.D. Implementation of structural models of food web structure.
2013-2016, M.Sc. Interactions between trees from experimental plantations and their microbial ectosymbionts.
2021-2022, M.Sc. research intern. Pathogen sharing in the global virome.
2021, M.Sc. research intern. Meta-models for inference and forecasting of biodiversity uniqueness. 2022, M.Sc. research intern. Ethical implications of the use of UAVs for biodiversity research.
2019, M.Sc. Development of indicators based on eBird data to survey urban biodiversity changes in Montréal.
2017-2020, M.Sc. Impacts of temperature on the metabolic rates of ecological communities. Advisor: Dominique Gravel.
2019-2020, Ph.D. Automated aggregation, synthesis, and forecasting of unstructured biodiversity data. 2018-2019, Staff scientist. Improvements on the mangal.io database backend and frontend.
2020, B.Sc. research assistant. Structural analysis of the host-sharing network of coronaviruses. 2021-2023, M.Sc. Spatial structure of ecological networks over large gradients.
2018, M.Sc. Variation in the composition of insect communities in forest fragments. Advisor: Colin Favret. 2017-2018, BSc Hons. Robustness of permutation tests for the analysis of ecological network structure.