Biruk Nurihun
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I just started my PhD. My main interest is in the relationship between climate, biodiversity, coffee diseases and smallholder farmer’s livelihood in southwestern Ethiopia.

Alvaro Gaytán
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I am working in the project “Climate, life-history and a multitrophic food web on oak” and my objective is to understand how spatial and temporal variation in climate affects the voltinism of a diverse community of herbivores and parasitoids on … Read More

Laura van Dijk
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I obtained my Master’s degree in Ecology and Biodiversity in 2017 at Stockholm University, and thereafter I started my PhD on plant-microbe-insect interactions. Specifically, my research focuses on oak trees and wood anemones, thereby investigating the diseases as well as … Read More

Beyene Hailu
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I am a PhD student co-supervised by Ayco Tack (my main supervisor is Kristoffer Hylander). I received a Master’s degree in Nematology (European Masters of Science in Nematology, an Erasmus Mundus Program) from Ghent University in 2014. Since then I … Read More

Adam Ekholm
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I study how insect communities build up in space and time. In my research, I am particularly interested in the role of plant phenology (bud burst and leaf senescence) in structuring insect communities. As my study system, I use the … Read More

Maria Faticov
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In August 2015, I received my Master’s Degree in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology from Helsinki University. In 2016, I started my PhD, where I investigate the distribution, drivers and role of microbes within a diverse food web on the pedunculate … Read More

Ahmed Abdelfattah
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My research mainly focuses on microbial communities associated to plants. I am interested to understand their community structure, function, and interaction with their host and the environment. Previously, I studied the fungal communities of several agricultural crops, including olive, citrus, … Read More

Pil Rasmussen
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My work focuses on plant-associated soil communities. Specifically, I look into spatial patterns of plant-associated soil microbes; their dispersal abilities; how abiotic (e.g. climate, soil pH and nutrients) and biotic factors (e.g. plant genotype and root-associated fungi) can affect them; and what consequences … Read More

Ayco Tack
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I am broadly interested in the ecology and evolution of species interactions. For this, I have worked extensively on the spatial dynamics of the insect and pathogen community on the oak tree Quercus robur and the below- and aboveground food web … Read More

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