Andrea Mondoni


Post-doc Research Fellow, Botany
He is a Plant Ecologist who has specialized in Studies on the Biology of Wild Plant Seeds.
These include: development, dispersal, dormancy and germination mechanisms.
Regeneration from a seed has a fundamental impact on the diversity of plant communities and it involves many ecological aspects of current interest, from reproductive strategies to biodiversity maintenance, including the interactions between plants and climate.
The many trade-offs allow investigations and applied models.
Born in Pavia (on 07/15/1978), he has a Degree in Natural Sciences (AA 2002/2003, University of Pavia), mark 110/110 cum laude, and he has a PhD in Experimental Ecology and Geobotany (XX Cycle, 2004-2007, University of Pavia). At the same University, he also obtained the following Research contracts: 1 year scholarship (01/02 - 10/31/04) and 4 years' research grant (11/1/07 - 11/1/11). He's currently leading a 3 years' post-doc research project at the Science Museum of Trento, financed by EU FP VII 2007/2013 (CAPACE project - Marie Curie Action), which studies the interactions between plants and climate change. <
He is the author of 16 articles in international scientific journals (ISI) of which 9 with his name, 8 other scientific articles; 2 contributions in a volume; 15 acts in scientific meetings, including 8 international meetings; he completed 9 periods of training and research at international research institutions in England, Australia and China. He has participated in national and international projects (PRIN) in the context of V and VI of the EU-FP, including: PRIN-2007 cod. 2007JNJ7MX_004; GLORIA; ENSCONET.
He is promoter of a University spin-off of the University of Pavia called FLORA CONSERVATION.