IZW). The goal of my research is to understand the evolution of behaviour and life history traits in humans and other organisms. I am mainly interested in sexual selection and mate choice as a whole (i.e. from mating preferences to mating patterns) and in evolutionary changes in modern humans. In particular, I am developing and applying methods to quantitatively study inter-individual differences. My research also emphasises the importance of considering such variation to understand how behaviours and life history traits have evolved. Within my institute, I am also working as a statistician and provide advices and teaching on diverse statistical approaches.
Personally, I am 30 yrs, a father of 2, and according to the Big Five my personality scores as follows: Openness 59%, Conscientiousness 89%, Extraversion 79%, Agreeableness 50% & Neuroticism 37% (note that values are percentiles and therefore depend on other individuals who had performed the test; e.g. it means that 59% of these individuals scored less in Openness than myself).
Feel free to contact me for collaborations, research training opportunities, or questions on my research!