Dr. El Aziz Djoudi

Lecture Building 2 C - Room: 201 b
Konrad-Wachsmann-Allee 6
03046 Cottbus

Phone: 0355 / 69-4608
Fax: 0355 / 69-22 25
eMail:  djoudi(at)

Field of Research

The spatiotemporal dynamics of ecosystems, the mechanisms and drivers (changes in “natural” drivers and human activities: land-use and climate change) influencing the biodiversity patterns. How local (habitat structure and composition) and landscape drivers (composition and configuration) modulate communities and ecological interactions. The relationships between biodiversity patterns, ecosystem functioning, the related services and conservation policies.

Curriculum Vitae

2020 Postdoc, Department of Ecology, BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg
2019-2020 Research and teaching assistant (ATER), University of Lorraine, France
2014-2017 Teaching assistant, University of Rennes1, France
2014-2017 PH. D in Ecology, University of Rennes1, France
2013 M. Sc. Quantitative Ecology, Agrocampus Ouest Rennes, France
2012 M. Sc. Evolutionary Ecology, University of Rennes1, France


French Society for Ecology and Evolution (SFEE);
European Arachnological Society (ESA);
French Arachnological Association (AsFrA);
International Arachnological Society (ISA)

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