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Coming from the UK it was somewhat of a surprise for me to learn that I had to write a second thesis in order to formally supervise PhD students in France! This summer I finally decided that I would set
This year the EcoFun team is hosting five MSc students on a range of interesting topics: Ludovic Lacombe (MSc 2), Université de Bordeaux: The influence of A. petiolata and other brassicas on COS emission from soils Muriel Batide (MSc 2), Université
Benjamin Stocker has been part of the team this past two weeks, practising his french and exchanging ideas and codes with the team. He also gave a great seminar to the unit on the modelling of N in large scale
Great ECOFUN momento from this years COSANOVA splinter meeting at the EGU conference in Vienna. There were many interesting talks on COS during the conference and a lively discussion at the splinter meeting. As you can see we all left
Camille Delvigne will be working with the team for the next 18 months as part of her FWO fellowship Celsius in collaboration with Sophie Opfergelt at UCL, Belgium. Camille is currently learning all about plants with the team and will
Rossella Guerrieri a Marie Sklowdoski Curie fellow based at CREAF in Barcelona visits ECOFUN to give a great talk on the research she is conducting as part of her fellowship. The title of her talk was ‘Linking carbon, water and
Koen Hufkens has finally arrived back in Europe from the US. Koen will be working with the ECOFUN team on the MicroMic project for the next months helping us set-up an experiment for canopy microclimate and phenology measurements.
After 4 great years and playing an active role in the story of the ECOFUN team and lab, Joana sadly has to leave for pastures new. Joana has now moved on to the ECOTRON facility in Montpelier and we hope
Nicolas Devert has recently joined the INRA ECOFUN team as an assistant engineer and will now start to bond with MEDUSA and the water isotope laser spectrometer of the lab.