Dr Juliette Poidatz
Environment and Sustainability Institute Desk 98, Room 1.03
Environment and Sustainability Institute, University of Exeter, Penryn Campus, Penryn, Cornwall, TR10 9FE, UK
Office hours: 9am 6pm I will be doing field work in France quite often in Summer
I will be doing field work in France quite often in Summer
I am an entomologist specialised in invasive species biology and control. I worked on different invasive pests in France and in the Carrabeans.
Here I work at the ESI in Juliet Osborne team, on a BBSR project aiming to track and measure the impact on wild pollinators of the Asian Hornet Vespa velutina.
2017- PhD on Evolutionary, functional and communities ecology. University of Bordeaux, INRA UMR SAVE 1065
2011 - Agronomist Engineer ( Bordeaux Science Agro Highschool, France)
2020-today : Post doctoral researcher at the ESI, University of Exeter, on the tracking, impact measuring and modelling of the Asian Hornet Vespa velutina. (UK)
2017-2019 : Scientific officer of the start-up Soléo Ecosolutions. Development of a biocontrol product against leaf cutting ants in the Carrabeans. (France and France DOM)
2014-2017 : PHD student at the University of Bordeaux and INRA de Bordeaux (France)
Thesis title : From the reproduction biology, to the foraging behavior, towards the biological control of the invasive Asian hornet Vespa velutina in France.
2014 : Communication assistant, KOPPERT / INRA de Bordeaux (France)
2012-2014 : Scientific engineer, project PHYTOMARC : biostimulation of plant defenses against pests and diseases. INRA de Bordeaux (France)
2011-2012 : Project manager, CASDAR project POLINOV , ITSAP (french Institute for Bees and Pollination)
Invasion biology, tracking, biocontrol
BBSR-Asian Hornet Project