His primary research interests lie in the interdisciplinary study of ecology and evolution on the basis of the integration of physics, mathematics, biology and computer simulation. In practice, I have been working essentially on two research topics: the evaluation of risks of spread and emergence of infectious diseases as a consequence of human-induced global environmental change and the study of the variety of mechanisms involved in the origins, maintenance and loss of species in ecological communities. Community ecology, population biology, infectious diseases, biodiversity research, climate change, environmental forcing, stochastic birth-death processes, non-linear interactions, self-organization, and complex systems are all common key-words on which my research agenda is focused.
- Eradication of an invasive species and ecosystem consequences
- UMBRAL: Responses of benthic marine vegetation to stress
- Agreement of Cooperation between Fresenius University of Applied Sciences and CEAB-CSIC
- Assemblage patterns of microbial biodiversity
- Development of theoretical models of biodiversity and species distribution