New Subject Editor Otso Ovaskainen27 February 2016
My research covers mathematical theory, statistical methods, and empirical research, the emphasis being in linking theory to observational and experimental data. My long-term interests are in (i) the development of metapopulation theory and dispersal theory. Here the aim is to understand the movements, dynamics and persistence of individuals and populations inhabiting fragmented landscapes; (ii) building links between microscopic (e.g. individual-based) and macroscopic (e.g. population-based) models in a stochastic and spatial setting; (iii) the development of joint species distribution models to analyze the assembly and dynamics of species communities; (iv) Bayesian approaches in evolutionary quantitative genetics.