Dr. Anne Mimet

Chair for Terrestrial Ecology

Department of Ecology and Ecosystemmanagement
Technische Universität München
Hans-Carl-von-Carlowitz-Platz 2
D-85350 Freising-Weihenstephan

Room:  1.1.2.3
Phone: +49.8161.71.3713
Fax:     +49.8161.71.4427
E-mail: anne.mimet[at]tum.de

Curriculum vitae

2020- present Postdoctoral research – Chair for Terrestrial Ecology (TUM, Germany)
2017- 2019 Postdoctoral research, department Computational Landscape Ecology (UFZ, Germany) – group Biodiversity Conservation (iDiv, Germany):
Toward a unifying perspective on land use change impacts on the biodiversity during the Holocene
2016 Postdoctoral research, group Ecoinformatics and Biodiversity (Aarhus University, Denmark)
Disappearance of the richness-specialization relationship: A Resource - Stability framework to understand and interpret community response to environmental changes.
2014 Postdoctoral research, THéMa (Franche-Comté University, France)
Using graph modelling to assess multi-specific landscape connectivity
2013 Postdoctoral research, LADYSS (University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne)
The respective part of private and public gardens in P. pipistrellus habitat availability and connectivity in Paris
2009- 2012 PhD – LADYSS (University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne) – CESCO (French Museum of Natural History)
Analyzing biodiversity response to anthropization: Toward a landscape-centred Approach
2008- 2009 Engineer – SAD (French National Institute for Agronomic Research)
Spatio-temporal evolution of agricultural practices in Basse-Normandie between 1970 and 2008
2006 Engineer – SAD (French National Institute for Agronomic Research)
Identification of agricultural practices influencing the development of telluric pathogens in Daucus carota

Research interest

  • Developing integrative methods for biodiversity prediction based on holistic descriptions of the environment
  • Combined effects of land use (type and intensity)  and climate changes on biodiversity
  • Ecological processes underlying land use and climate impacts on biodiversity at different spatio-temporal scales
  • Spatio-temporal dynamics of land uses and landscapes
  • Understanding functional and multi-specific connectivity: linking connectivity to landscape characteristics and population size and distribution.

Projects

  • 2017-2019: Toward a unifying perspective on land use change impacts on the biodiversity during the Holocene (Flexpool, iDiv - UFZ)
  • 2016-2019: European project BACI: Toward a Biosphere Atmosphere Change Index. Project website: http://baci-h2020.eu/index.php/
  • 2014-2015: Couloirs de vie
  • 2009-2012: Atlas dynamique de la biodiversité en Seine-et-Marne

Publications

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