Vitor Sudbrack

Brazilian scientist working on Theoretical Evolutionary Ecology in Lausanne, Switzerland. He/him/his


  • Mar 2021 – now

    PhD in Theoretical Evolutionary Ecology

    University of Lausanne, Switzerland

    with Charles Mullon
  • Mar 2019 – Feb 2021

    MSc in Theoretical Physics

    Institute for Theoretical Physics IFT/Unesp, Brazil

    with Roberto A. Kraenkel
  • Mar 2013 – Dec 2018

    BSc in Computational Physics

    Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul UFRGS, Brazil


  • Population Genetics

  • Complex Traits

  • Genetic Architecture

  • Evolutionary Ecology

  • Mathematical Biology



  • Since 2022

    Sex, Ageing and Foraging Theory

    MSc, UNIL

    Assisting Prof. Charles Mullon
  • Since 2021

    Genes, Populations and Evolution

    MSc, UNIL

    Assisting Prof. Laurent Lehmann
  • Since 2021

    Génétique des Populations

    BSc, UNIL

    Assisting Prof. Jerôme Goudet


Ongoing · Preprint available

Adaptation in subdivided populations
How fast can subdivided populations adapt?
How selfers accumulate satellite DNA in their genome?


  1. 2024

    Fixation times of de novo and standing beneficial variants in subdivided populations

    Vitor Sudbrack and Charles Mullon

    Genetics (accepted), 2024.