I have a BSc in Environmental Sciences and a MSc in Terrestrial Ecology from the Autonomous University of Barcelona, and nowadays I am a prePhD researcher at CREAF.

My academic interests and my research activity is related to insect ecology, particularly to the study of ecological networks.

In 2013 I started doing research into the food web of soil macroinvertebrates. Using stable isotopes of C and N I am trying to disentangle the drivers that determine the composition and trophic structure of soil macroinvertebrate communities. In this regard I also focus my attention in concrete groups such as ants and aphids. 

In 2015 I started my PhD under the supervision of Dr. Jordi Bosch and Dr. Anselm Rodrigo. I study plant-pollinator networks, how these respond to changes in plant community composition and the resulting effects on ecosystem functioning. In addition to that I study the effect of landscape on host-parasitoid networks of solitary bees and wasps. I also study the life-history of solitary bees, particulary Osmia sp..

I like to tackle ecological questions from a classical perspective, called it naturalistic, combining field work and species identification with quantitative analyses.


Recent publications under CREAF affiliation