Hi there! Salut!

I am a PhD candidate in computational ecology based in Tiohtià:ke (Montreal, Quebec). I have a profound interest in understanding how living organisms interact with each other and how these relationships, good and bad, can alter our understanding of biodiversity. My love for numbers and computers have led me to develop mathematical models of food webs, which are complex networks of predators and prey. With my models, I aim to improve our understanding of the ecological drivers of species interactions, in both aquatic and terrestrial environments, and predict the structure of food webs on a global scale.

I use he/him pronouns.


PhD in Biological Sciences (since 2019)
Université de Montréal, Canada

BSc in Biological Sciences (2016-18)
Université de Montréal, Canada

What’s keeping me busy now

Thesis redaction
Expected graduation in 2024

Teaching assistance
Currently helping teaching Biostatistics
Université de Montréal, Canada

Current affiliations

Quantitative and Computational Ecology Lab (U. de Montréal, Canada)
Lab member

Integrative Ecology Lab (U. de Sherbrooke, Canada)
Lab member

Institute for Data Valorization (Quebec, Canada)
Scholarship recipient

Computational Biodiversity Science & Services program (Canada)

Quebec Centre for Biodiversity Science (Quebec, Canada)
Student member