Portrait Alfonso Perez-Escudero

Alfonso Pérez-Escudero

PI

alfonso.perez-escudero@univ-tlse3.fr

 

Portrait Gabriel Madirolas Perez 

Gabriel Madirolas Pérez

Postdoc (Feb 2018-present)

gabrielmadirolas@gmail.com

What can Physics say about animal navigation?

Aurele Boussard 

Aurèle Boussard

PhD student, co-supervised by Audrey Dussutour (Oct 2018-present)

 

How do slime molds learn without a nervous system?

Leslie Marie-Louise 

Théo Moser

Master student (Feb-Jun 2020)

 

What is the minimum difference between two sources of chemoattractant that worms can detect?

Leslie Marie-Louise 

Andrea Garza Enríquez

Master student (Jan-Mar 2020)

 

What parameters of a bacterial population drive worm preference?

 

Lydia Gaouar

Master student (Jan-Mar 2019)

 

Can worms distinguish among bacterial species?

Julien Clauzel 

Julien Clauzel

Master student (Oct 2018-Oct 2019)

 

How do instantaneous decisions such as turning or stopping translate into outcomes such as patch-leaving rate?

Leslie Marie-Louise 

Leslie Marie-Louise

Master student (Jan-Mar 2019)

 

Do worms follow the Ideal Free Distribution?

Portrait Gabriel Madirolas Perez 

María Pérez Melero

Student from Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Madrid, Spain (July 2018 – February 2019)

m.perezmele@alumnos.urjc.es

How does C. elegans choose between two alternative sources of chemoattractant?

Harry Suter 

Harry Suter

Summer student from Bristol University (July-October 2018)

hs14476@my.bristol.ac.uk

Does C. elegans follow the predictions of Optimal Foraging in a patchy environment?

Portrait Gabriel Madirolas Perez 

Scott Coleman

Summer student from Bristol University, UK (June-September 2018)

sc15358.2015@my.bristol.ac.uk

How does C. elegans choose to leave a food patch?

Portrait Gabriel Madirolas Perez 

Shraddha Naidu

Summer student from Bristol University, UK (June-September 2018)

sn15537@my.bristol.ac.uk

Does C. elegans adapt its navigation to optimize the detection of weak concentration gradients?