My name is Tadeas Priklopil and I am an applied mathematician working in ecology and evolutionary biology. The primary topic of my research is to understand the interplay between individual behaviour and evolutionary phenomena. You can find more on my research and teaching by following the links.
I am a postdoctoral researcher at the Department of Ecology and Evolution at the University of Lausanne. I work in the research group of Professor Laurent Lehmann.
Project description: Evolutionary dynamics in structured populations.
In 2012 I obtained my PhD in Applied Mathematics at the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of Helsinki. My thesis was on "theoretical perspectives on mate-choice and speciation" and was co-supervised by Professor Mats Gyllenberg and Dr. Eva Kisdi. I was part of the Biomathematics research group of Professor Mats Gyllenberg, and also acted as a board member and a secretary to the Finnish Mathematical Society.
In 2012-2014 I worked as a Teacher at the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of Helsinki. I designed and thought courses as well as supervised thesis for the International Biomathematics Master Program. The courses included Bifurcation Theory, Evolutionary Game Theory and Population Genetics.
2014-2016 I received an IST fellowship and worked at the Institute of Science and Technology Austria as a PostDoc. I worked in the research groups of Professor Nick Barton and Professor Krish Chatterjee.
Project description: search problems in evolution and the genomic architecture in plants
2016-now PostDoc at the Department of Ecology and Evolution at the University of Lausanne.