This week I’m at the job application for a permanent research position at Spanish CSIC. The first exercise (exposition of the CV) has started today, and I’ll probably give my talk on Wednesday. A lot of good researchers in ecology, as well as a few good friends. Tomorrow we’ll know whether the second exercise (research project) is this week or in two weeks’ time (probably the latter).
About The Author
I am a biogeographer with broad interests in macroecology, community ecology, island biogeography, insect ecology, evolution, and biodiversity research. My main research aim is to determine why biodiversity – and in particular community structure – is geographically distributed the way it is, and to identify the processes that domain the spatial and temporal dynamics of ecological assemblages. Currently I am a Ramón y Cajal Research Fellow at the Department of Biogeography and Global Change of the Natural History Museum in Madrid (MNCN), a research institute of the Spanish Scientific Council (CSIC). I am also a Collaborating Professor at the Departamento de Ecologia of the Federal University of Goiás (UFG) in Brazil, and an Associate Researcher of both the Azorean Biodiversity Group – CITA A of the University of the Azores and the Centre for Environmental Biology (CBA) of the Faculty of Sciences of the University of Lisbon in Portugal.
I am a biogeographer and community ecologist, working as scientific researcher at the Department of Biogeography and Global Change of the Museo Nacional de Ciencias Naturales (CSIC).
I am also external professor of the Postgraduate Course on Ecology and Evolution of the Universidade Federal de Goiás, scientific collaborator of cE3c – Centre for Ecology, Evolution and Environmental Changes of the Universidade de Lisboa, and member of eBryo – Research Group on Experimental Bryology.