Danilo Boscolo is a Professor at the University of Sao Paulo, FFCL-RP USP, Brazil. He is an adviser of master's and doctorate students in Ecology in UFBA and of the program of Entomology of FFCLRP-USP. Danilo holds a postdoctoral degree in Ecology and Biomonitoring - ECOBIO from the Federal University of Bahia (2008-2009) and has a research internship at the Helmholtz Institut für Umweltforschung - UFZ (Center for Environmental Research), Leipzig - Germany, 2006. He is president of IALE-BR, Brazilian chapter of the International Association of Landscape Ecology (IALE) and IALE Council Chairman. His experience lies in the field of ecology, with emphasis on conservation of fragmented landscapes, acting and researching mainly in the areas of landscape ecology, habitat fragmentation, ecological modeling, GIS, conservation biology, pollination and interaction between plants and floral visitors. He has written articles about the relationship between landscape structure and biodiversity in general and more recently about the interplay between landscapes and the structure of plant-floral interaction networks, still with a series of manuscripts on these themes being written or already submitted and currently under revision.
Research areas: landscape ecology, habitat fragmentation, ecological modeling, GIS, conservation biology, pollination