- Postgraduate Research Student
- Electronics and Computer Science (FPAS)
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- 2010-2011: MSc Conservation Science, Imperial College
- 2008-2010: BSc (Hons) Zoology, Roehampton University
I am interested in the use of Agent Based models to predict how the expected effects of climate change (CC) will affect the future distribution, resource partitioning and niche of African ungulates. If their environments become less favourable, due to CC, species will need to either adapt to these changing conditions, or migrate to more favourable locations, in order to survive. If a migrating species cannot outcompete established species, it will have to adapt to fill a different niche in its new range. It is important that conservationists are aware of possible changes in species distributions and/or niches, in order to plan appropriate interventions.
Life sciences simulation: Ecology, Evolution, Systems biology
Physical Systems and Engineering simulation: Climate
Algorithms and computational methods: Agents, Geographic Information Systems, statistical analysis
Visualisation and data handling methods: Data Aggregation, Data Management, Database
Simulation software: NetLogo, Repast Simphony
Visualisation and data handling software: ArcGIS, MS Office Access
Software Engineering Tools: Eclipse, RStudio
Programming languages and libraries: Java, Python, R
Computational platforms: Windows
Transdisciplinary tags: Complex Systems, Computer Science, e-Research, Quantitative Biology