Magnus Lindh – new postdoc

I started working as a post doc in March together with Jörgen Ripa and Jacob
Johansson in ThePEG, at the Evolutionary Ecology unit. Last year I defended my
thesis in computational mathematics at Umeå University in northern Sweden. My
research is about understanding bumblebee coexistence and response to
environmental change. To do this I use optimization and techniques from adaptive
dynamics. Our basic assumption is that bumblebees compete for many flower
resources which have different peaks during a season. The question is if and how
the bumblebees will specialize in a flower resource, and how the resources will
coevolve with the bumblebees.

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