I am a geotechnical engineer with a keen interest in exploring the relationship between soil microorganisms, the global carbon cycle, and climate. My research focuses on the incorporation of microbial and ecological insights into biogeochemical models, specifically by developing mechanistic models that can shed light on the response of soil microbial communities to various environmental stressors such as moisture and temperature, and their implications for the soil carbon balance.
At the University of Lund, I play a pivotal role in bridging the gap between empiricists and modellers working at the soil and ecosystem scales. Through an iterative approach, I leverage lab and field experiment results to inform models and use model simulations to identify areas of uncertainty that can be further tested experimentally.
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