We study the structure and dynamics of ecological networks at ecological and evolutionary scales; including their resilience to biodiversity loss, biological invasions, climate change, and exploitation by humans.
Great news! NSF awarded to Brosi and Valdovinos the “RAPID: re-wiring of montane pollination networks under severe drought stress”
The Michigan Institute for Computational Discovery & Engineering (MICDE) awarded to DIck, Glaum and Valdovinos the Catalyst Grant: “Embedded Machine Learning Systems To Sense and Understand Pollinator Behavior” U061182 for $90,000. We got some press here and here […]
NetSci 2018 accepted our abstract: “Invading plant-pollinator networks: Aliens’ traits predict their success and network structure predicts their impacts” Valdovinos, F.S., Berlow, E. L. and Martinez, N.D.