- Macro- and micromorphological changes in response to environmental stress
- Functional plant anatomy
- Autoecology of woody species
- Bioindication of airborne and soilborne stress factors
- Histology, Cytology and Cell physiology
The principal objective in this lecture is to develop understanding on how structural changes at cell, tissue and organ level allow herbaceous plants and trees to cope with environmental constraints and anthropogenic stress. Training and excursion illustrate and complete with hand-on aspects the information provided in the classroom.
Organiser: Université de Lausanne
Since 2001 Research scientist and senior researcher, WSL, Switzerland
1998 - 2001 Post-doc, WSL, Switzerland
1997 - 1999 1st Research and teaching assistant, University of Lausanne, Switzerland
1996 - 1997 Post-doc, University of Massachusetts, USA.
1991 - 1995 Research and teaching assistant, University of Lausanne, Switzerland
1988 - 1995 Environmental consultant (different firms), Switzerland
1986 - 1995 PhD. University of Lausanne, Switzerland
1982 - 1986 Studies in Biology, University of Lausanne, Switzerland
Since 1997 Forest manager (private owner, 10 ha), western Switzerland