Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences
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Guillaume Chapron started his career by mistakenly becoming a vet (DVM 1998) before becoming addicted on population modeling during his Master (MSc 2000) and defending his PhD (2004) at the Université Pierre & Marie Curie in Paris, France. His research interest focuses on anything that puts large carnivores into numbers, such as viability analysis, adaptive management and any other carnivore conservation questions. He uses different approaches, from simple deterministic models to complex hierarchical state-space models, without forgetting Individual Based Models. He is also very much interested in quantitatively understanding the political aspects and mechanisms of biodiversity conservation.
My doctoral research focuses on the safe recycling and valorisation of nutrients from source-separated human urine. I work with the design and implementation of drying technologies for urine collected in decentralised sanitation systems. I also work with user acceptance, perceptions, and attitudes to new sanitation systems and technologies.
I am interested in the ecology of soil borne plant pathogens, especially how they interact with other soil organisms and how different cultural practices influence their abundance and activity.I am working at the department of Forest Mycology and Plant Pathology (http://www.slu.se/mykopat) and the Centre for Biological Control (http://www.slu.se/cbc). My current projects are presented on http://www.slu.se/en/departments/forest-mycology-plantpathology/contact/individual-homepages/hanna-friberg1/